Beak Grinding

Beak grinding is a sound produced when a parrot rasps its upper beak against its lower beak.

DESCRIPTION & SIGNS OF BEAK GRINDING

Sound produced when a parrot rasps its upper beak against its lower beak.

CAUSES OF BEAK GRINDING

Relaxing behavior that many parrots do prior to falling asleep. Thought by some to be caused by a parrot’s need to keep its continually growing beak ground back, but others find this unlikely.

WHAT TO DO

This is evidence of a comfortable, relaxed parrot and the sound should be enjoyed.

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