Hey! I've had my quaker parrot Sol since February. I've posted before about her scared nature, and although she's not any less people shy, she's a happy bird. Chirps a lot, plays with her toys, and eats well. I worried a lot the stress of people around would cause her to pluck but she hasn't thankfully. I wish I could hold her and give her head scratches, but as long as she's ok that's all that matters. The reason I'm posting now is because when I bought her, her wings were clipped I personally would like her to be able to fly. I feel bad when I take her out of her cage to clean it and she flaps around on the grounground or flops down from things. She likes a to hold on to her cage or perch and flap really hard. I feel like maybe some of her fear will diminish if she has her wings back. Or so I hope. I read online that it can take weeks to a few months for clipped feathers to grow back, is it normal for her to still not be able to fly? Her wing feathers are still short... and it's been 5 months now.