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Thread Description:In middle of cere a bitter darker.

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Old 12-22-2016, 11:15 AM
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Default This slight cere discoloration normal?

Tundra I noticed is a bit darker in the center of his cere. It's just a bit browner thank rest of cere. Is that normal?

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Your bird is beautiful unfortunately I can't give you an answer but I'm sure the experts can


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The links do work and from the pics I'm seeing a darker purplish colour right at the middle of the cere. Most likely your Tundra's cere is currently in the process of getting the richer purplish colour and later on, once he is older it will eventually mature into the royal blue colour.
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Aw that's good to know. It's been a while since Tiki's cere (our 2 year old) turned blue so I just couldn't remember. That's good to know. Thanks so much!

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Thanks! We like to think so too

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