Importance of Wing Clipping Promo
I used to go unclipped with Elly, my dusky conure. She never was outside, fans off, stove, off. She normally fluttered from person to person. One days he landed in a plate of chicken grease that was in line to be washed (it was cold). Of all places to land! She had icky feathers for awhile, but the point is to give them less of a chance for any random badness to happen to them. They also have a huge chip on their shoulders like a spoiled teen.
I hate depriving them of flight, but when we decide to take them into our homes, that's just what needs to be done for there safety. Then you just have to let them be spoiled in other ways. XD
God knows mine are.