Poor Arucana broke her beak somehow this morning. I am not sure how she did it. The is no more bleeding, it clotted on its own. I have washed it gently but not treated it yet with anything for fear of ingestion. I brought her inside and fed her some grits (very watery) and scrambled eggs. She gorged!!!! So she is able to drink, etc. from a deep dish. She is not yet able to pick up pellets or crumbles. I am hoping that as it gets a bit less tender (since it is a recent injury) that she may learn how to still do that. I am not sure how much of the beak they need. There are some pretty good photos. I keep reading conflicting things as to regrowth. Doesn't sound promising... Any advice or even just experience stories??? She is not one of our people loving birds and isn't very excited to be handled so much and brought in. So we'll see how this special treatment goes.