Milton is an observant gatherer. Even on standard flying classes he’ll take a backpack to fill with his findings, and a number of boxes and bags of things already stand neatly packed around his nest. His mother is the healer of his grassland flock, and he has picked up many good habits from her.
The problem comes with his actual flight, for it is hard to fly with a pack of herbs and minerals and other such goods on your back. At first it was advised to remove the bags for classes, but if he is to follow in his mother’s footsteps, maybe it is better that he learns to handle the shifting load of his cargo.
When he does practice without his bags, he still flies carefully and gently, as if not to disturb the delicate finds. It is good enough flight, to be sure, but we would like to see him dare a few of the more taxing techniques.