People start clapping for this flamingo and the bird is absolutely loving the attention.
According to Flamingos World, the flamingo’s social behavior is a positive reaction to the clapping.
“Head flagging is a process of stretching their necks far back, raising it up, and then turning it from one side to the next. The wing salute is a form of friendly interaction among them. This is also the best opportunity you will get to see their magnificent colors of feathers. The twist preen is often seen during courting when the males want to impress the females. This involves twisting the neck backwards and then using the bill to preen the feathers.”