- Jun 18, 2012
I was reading the other day about mending a beak with super glue and tea bags. Above is a picture of Charlott's beak that has a hole in it. This happened last summer and she has done well with it as is. The problem is, that now the beak has grow out enough that it is very thin at the sides and tip. She is becoming reluctant to use it to peck and sharpen it. It is becoming overgrown and weak. Does anyone know of a way to strengthen it as it grows out? One friend suggested dental filling that is sold over the counter for temporary fixes on human teeth. Looking for suggestions for the queen of my flock. Thanks!!