During the breeding season, both males and females
develop a bump on the top of their large beak. This growth indicates the bird's interest in breeding. It is shed by the end of the breeding season.

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lois says ... on Thursday, Apr 12 at 10:27 PM

A little fyi.....Only during the spring mating season is the bump on the beak.

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