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    Wev, is that a deformed upper beak?


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    Quote Originally Posted by lucien View Post
    Wev, is that a deformed upper beak?
    I doubt it, but don't know for sure. I see a few like that every year and it may be a breeding season exaggeration on fully mature males. It is very efficient for digging worms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wev View Post
    I doubt it, but don't know for sure. I see a few like that every year and it may be a breeding season exaggeration on fully mature males. It is very efficient for digging worms.
    Showing my age. It's a Jimmy Durante schnozzle.

    In all seriousness, I've never seen any robins with beaks like that one. Perhaps it's great for digging, but I wonder how much trouble it has with picking things up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hark View Post
    Showing my age. It's a Jimmy Durante schnozzle.

    In all seriousness, I've never seen any robins with beaks like that one. Perhaps it's great for digging, but I wonder how much trouble it has with picking things up.
    I know. How about eating and feeding the young ones. It must be something in the water no lolz. Mutation or Darwin's evolution right before your eye's creating a new sub species
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