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If your weather is as hot and humid as here in TN it is normal. However, be sure she is not being plucked by another bird.
I do not usually notice head feathers molting like the feathers of the body.
 

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If your weather is as hot and humid as here in TN it is normal. However, be sure she is not being plucked by another bird.
I do not usually notice head feathers molting like the feathers of the body.
It’s really hot like 30 degrees C. And she’s the top of the pecking order she never gets pecked on
 

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Yes, but in time... My favorite breed is serama bantam. One of the nice things about them is that they are continuous molters loosing a few feathers at a time. They always look picture perfect.
 
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