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Old 04-04-2011, 07:58 PM
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Which Cockatiel mutations have pink beaks? I know silver does, but are there others? Also, when do babies lose their pink beaks?
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Umm I'm gonna say lutino as mine has a pink beak.
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pied and any other light colored bird.
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split pied birds can as well! dally and tsuka have lighter beaks and theyre grey pearls. but theyre both split pied!
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I think cinnamons do as well...well some anyway. My Snowball is a wf cinnamon and he has a light beak.
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My WF Pearl Pied Cinnamon does too, but so does my Pearl. I was wondering why hers is pink unless it is her age. She is about four months old.
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It can depend on age in some birds...my pearl male didn't have a dark beak till after his first molt and then it was stripped for a long time. Now the tip is super dark.
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