Why Do Parrots Fluff Their Feathers?
When they are bored, irritated, or nervous, parrots may fluff their feathers. They can unwind and relax
by doing it. They typically brush their head against a wall or the ground when they do this. The stroking
helps to soften and release the feathers. They may also groom themselves by brushing any dirt or debris
out of their feathers while they do so. For comfort, parrots fluff their feathers. Parrots behave in this
way for a variety of reasons. One benefit is that it keeps their feathers clear of dust and debris. Another benefit is that
it allows parrot to decompress and unwind after a long day of work. Thirdly, it makes it easier for them to sleep at night.
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