Signs & Symptoms of Star Gazing may include: * Dizziness. * Rolling head from one side to the other Self mutilation is a symptom of bornavirus, your Avian Veterinarian will have more experience on this than myself but it would be worth testing for if they believe the other symptoms fit; normally other symptoms are present but you have just mentioned the self mutilation so I cannot fully comment. Hi there, unfortunately I lost my Senegal parrot to bornavirus last year. Signs & Symptoms of Star Gazing may include: any suggestion? vet was off wednedsay, then thursday did head x ray, stil found nothing so sent us to avian neurologist in tampa. Clinical signs are nasal discharge, sneezing, periorbital swelling, conjunctivitis, dyspnea, polyuria, polydipsia, poor feather quality, feather picking, and anorexia. They can be carriers of the disease without presenting any symptoms. * Difficulty moving around in cage 2. * Gradual loss of balance * Inability to fly N. Newcastle Viral Infection in Birds. google_ad_format = "120x90_0ads_al"; Again, I am sorry for the loss of your Kiwi. Still feather picks, and one some days his balance is not great. * Rolling head upside down google_color_bg = "F0F0F0"; * Inner ear problem They will not starve overnight if you find them at 6pm and the animal hospital doesn’t open until 9am the next morning. L. Low Blood Calcium Levels in Birds. Every now and then, her left eye will close for as half day or day-2x now, but today it's her right eye.