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You must protect yourself from the beak and the flailing feet by very carefully, lightly so as not to suffocate your bird, wrap it in a small towel, having available a warm wet washcloth or warm water and a q tip. Gently rub the area and it should release the droppings. I have had to do this several times with my bird. Since he wasn't raised with a lot of handling, he panics and flails and bites at the towel. I've tried to spray warm water on the feathers first with a fine mist sprayer and it makes the removal easier. Other than that, you might visit your local aviary or call a vet who is bird friendly.

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Q: How do you painlessly remove droppings stuck on birds feathers under tail?
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