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Is my bird’s beak overgrown?

Birdbabe

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Looks ok to me.
 

Tiel Feathers

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His beak looks fine, and he’s so cute! Most cockatiels never need their beak trimmed. Just make sure he has different types of toys and perches to gnaw on.
 

metalstitcher

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Looks fine to me. He is a cutie though :D
 

TikiMyn

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His beak looks fine, and he’s so cute! Most cockatiels never need their beak trimmed. Just make sure he has different types of toys and perches to gnaw on.
Agreed:) My rescue Tiel would get an overgrown beak in the beginning because he didn’t know how to wear it down and I can assure you her beak looks okay:)
This was Tiki badly needing a trim for reference:
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I waited as long as I could as sometimes he would suddenly get active and start chewing and wear it down in a day or two:)
 
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