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Urgent White beak

Discussion in 'Bird Emergency Highway 911' started by Animal Lover, 6/1/18.

  1. Animal Lover

    Animal Lover Checking out the neighborhood

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    Hi. I've been taking care of my sister's birds for about 4 yrs now. She passed away. One bird, a Hans Macaw, his beak has been turning white. I thought it might be because he's about 27 yrs old.
    I've moved to a new state and looking for an aviary.
    Thanks for your time.
     

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  2. Mizzely

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    Sorry about your loss; I'm sure she would be happy to know her flock is being taken care of :heart:

    Hahns Macaws naturally have white on their beak, even as babies. Is there something else that I'm missing?

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    So sorry for your loss. Looks like a normal Hahn's beak to ne too.
     

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