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Ok an expert I'm not but I've raised many cage birds over the years and have a degree in Wildlife Bio so here goes: 1)The wings over the head is often a defence or threat posture. The little guy is trying to look bigger than he is. That being said I've often seen it in cage birds with no apparent cause and it may just be boredom or stretching. 2)Warm feet indicating mood, that's a new one tho it makes sense somewhat. The legs & feet of small birds are often considerably cooler than the body. If they are warm it probably means that the little guy is well fed & content. 3)You're looking for what breeders call the F1 or wildstock. If allowed to breed randomly Budgies will often revert to the wild colouration over a couple of generations but true wildstock is no longer availible since Australia no longer allows exportations of thier critters. Hope I've helped Canis sylvaticus

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