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Post: For Harriet

Posted by GreyLady on 10/09/10

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    Apparently no one is overseeing this board now. I can't
    remember the last time I could actually reply to a
    message. It seems starting a new post is the only way.
    Anyhow, I expect your Macaw is fully feathered by now, or
    very close. You can start misting them once they are fully
    feathered. Just be careful that you do it early in the day
    so he never goes to bed damp. Don't let him be in any
    draft and don't let him get chilled. Do it early and let
    him dry naturally, not with a blow dryer or anything like
    that. Using artifical drying only negates the good of the
    bath by drying their skin and feathers too much.

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