Our girl poopy has a birth defect from incubation of curled inward toes. We didnt notice it until she was about 6 weeks old. Shes never had trouble walking or been in pain. However since the temps have started dipping down she has started limping. I have examined all her toes and she does not flinch like she is in pain...she just limps. For no apparent reason. No other birds are presenting symptoms. No new additions to the flock. Should we be concerned? Is this what typically happens with birds that have this deformity? If you would like a pic of her toes i will have to take it tomorrow when its brighter out. But her right foot and left foot have the inner most toe curled inward toward her body.