Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: New Brunswick, Canada
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If a bird has lots of wood and different textures to chew on and their beak is aligned properly, they do not normally need a trim. There is always the exception, I have two of them. My rosella came to me with her beak growing a bit off. I have to trim her top beak every once in awhile. My fiery shouldered got bit by another bird and it pushed his bottom mandible sideways so I now have to trim his top and his bottom about once every two months. Both birds hate me doing it but I have to or it will grow so long that they cannot eat or will grow into their face.
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