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Oxford dictionary definition of the word fledge:
(of a young bird) develop wing feathers that are large enough for flight:
the young fledge around four weeks after hatching
[with object] bring up (a young bird) until its wing feathers are developed enough for flight:
they fledged twenty-four chicks in fourteen months
mid 16th century: from the obsolete adjective fledge ‘ready to fly’, from Old English, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch vlug ‘quick, agile’, also to fly1