Also birds like Cockatoos, CAG and others have a patch near
their crop/chest area that really doesn't have feathers either,
if they molt out the larger body feathers it can look like a
plucked area too.
On 1/21/07, Tom wrote:
> On 1/21/07, Gina wrote:
>> I am have seen the other questions on molting, but see if
>> the area looks like a bald spot - what does that mean? We
>> were looking at Howard, as he is molting, but there is one
>> area on his chest that appears to have a small bald spot i
>> Thanks for helping us -
>> Ken and Gina
> A normal molting would be an even loss of feathers over a
> period of time.
> When you find a true bald spot, this could be an indication
> of plucking, but not always.
> Keep watching Howard and if this truly is a part of his
> molting process, it will correct itself shortly.
> If it is plucking, the spot will remain bald or even get