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Old 12-28-2017, 03:22 AM
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Re: Beak wear question

If you think of the wear that a parrots beak gets in the wild, it is unlikely that there is anything wrong in terms of excessive wear. Good you have checked as per Sailboat's recommendation for soft spots. Our birds need to be able to have a good go at toys, perches and in Plum's case the wall. He rubs his beak up and down the wall to give it a good trim and clean. Keep up with the toy supply as this is a very healthy activity in terms of mental stimulation and exercise. A still bird is not! Be pleased she wants to chew/play and do what you can to encourage it by supplying the right kinds of toys. Homemade or purchased makes no difference if safe and she likes them.
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