Writing Tip: When writing a novel in several POVs (points of view) it is important to tell the reader whose head you are in from the very first lines of the new chapter.
"Oh, I'm sorry, Bec." Lady Peg patted his feathered back. "Did that hurt?"
"A twinge," said Sir Beccaroon, squinting his eyes and refusing to utter unkind words to Tipper's mother.
This scene is in Sir Bec's POV because we are told his thoughts. He's thought something unkind and chooses not to utter them. Lady Peg had the first action, but it was something felt by the grand parrot. We don't know what she is thinking other than what we can surmise from her words and actions.