Should I choose to have my juvenile birds' wings clipped or pinioned?

You have the option of getting our juvenile ducks/pheasants as fully winged (capable of sustained flight and will probably fly away if you do not have a flight pen), clipped (temporarily unable to fly, and will regrow their flight feathers after the next molting), or pinioned (permanently rendered flightless, only able to flap to low tree branches or to scale up to 8 ft walls). Most folks who want to keep them around will get them pinioned or have a flight pen to raise them in.

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