After a recent move to NM from FL, I noticed my scarlet macaw, Sabre, was spending a great deal of time preening. Moulting also increased. I think this may be precipitated by the drastic change in humidity and the extreme dryness of NM. In FL, Sabre bathed almost daily. However, with the very cold temperatures of NM winters, I hesitate to get him wet even though the room temperature is kept at 70 degrees. When mist bathing in a partially covered cage, I use a heat lamp to provide warmth which he doesn't like. This also contributes to the dryness of the air. How can I safely bathe Sabre in our cold months and condition his feathers without risking him getting chilled and catching cold. It seems a Catch 22. Please recommend appropriate products to help with his dry skin and moulting. Thank you for your help.