I tried searching for this; but, I am probably not getting the right combination of words for a successful result. I have a keet in the brooder, right now, and it has something very unusual happening with its flight feathers. The others all have nice, flat feathers. This one, the tips are turning in toward the body, so it always walks with its wings slightly extended... The keet can close its wings all the way - I've seen it do so when the Dorking chicks decide to play pileup. But, most of the time, the keet walks around just like this...with the wings slightly extended. As you can see, the tips are curling in instead of being straight like the others' are. Is this something to worry about? Or is it just, "Meh, that happens sometimes, don't sweat it."?