Place the wing over the tabs on body - wings will be drooping downward.
The wing must be placed over the tabs on the body with the center of the wing higher than the wing tips, so that the wings are drooping down. Otherwise the wing will not move in the wind.
Our birds wings will move with a very small breeze. The stronger the wind, the more active they will be.
If your birds are in an exposed location then we recommend you bring them in, or at least remove their wings, whenever you're expecting gale force winds of 35 miles per hour or better. This is particularly true of the large birds (with wingspans of 30" or more).
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It's unlikely that a wing will ever come off a bird, but in a location with strong swirling winds it is possible. To prevent this bend the small ends on the large tab that sticks up through the wing very slightly to the side. Bend the front end one way and the rear end the other way. This will prevent the wing from coming off. Don't bend these very far. It only takes a little bit to make the wing secure. You can use pliers to make the bending easy.