My red rump grasskeet has patchy molt on chest
My grasskeet is an opaline red rump female, a year old, not eggbound, green with orange on the head and some yellowish on the back. She's molting on her chest. She has clear eyes/nose/ears. No vent issues so far. Feet, nails and beak are normal. Eating/drinking and acting normally. No weight loss, no discharges, no diarrhea/vomiting. She plays with her toys, spends several hours a day out of her cage, receives normal sunlight thru two windows in the room in which she is kept.
Molt *or pluck tho I haven't seen her pulling her feathers* started about two weeks ago and it only on the chest area so far. I bath her with me, plain tepid water, a couple times a week. She's on a pelleted name brand diet and receives occasional healthy table scrapes like cooked plain pasta, fruits, dry cheerios. She is in a room with two american parakeets who have their own cage and also show no signs of illness or molt at all. Just trying to make sure I'm not looking at a sick bird or is this her first molt?