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My male finches beak has grown to a long very thin needle-like point. Why is this?

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Finches' beaks are conical in shape and not so thin. This is because they use their beaks to crack open seeds. Long and thin needle like beaks are found in birds that feed on nectar. Contact your veterinary for professional advice. Visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finch.

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Well he definitely doesn't feed on nectar. His beak isn't that shape. The point of his beak has grown and curved down approx. 1/4" or more.
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i think he hit PUIBERTY

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