I'm a long time parrot owner and got a farm a few years ago. Lots of geese and ducks and chickens and a peacock. We have a coturnix quail and in the past months he has been pucking and chewing his feathers. He is a full blown pet and his favorite thing to do is sit on a human's lap. He lives indoors on the floor of our family room in the basement and has full access to the entire basement. He even comes and finds me when I'm doing my duties in the bathroom or am working in my office. My problem is, for the past month he has plucked out all his tail feathers, chewed off most of his wing feathers, removed all the small feathers under his wings all the way down to his tail. I got him a cone of shame so he can't bend back and chew, but it's not working out at all. He can still get to his tail feathers and the device hinders his movements. I can tell he is very upset with this. Any advice would be great to get him to stop plucking.