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When Spike was having a shower I noticed that he has a cut on his lower beak. It looks like scratch with a bit of a bloody scab in the middle of it. When he puffs up his beak feathers you can't see it anymore. I had to spend another night at my Brothers house and my Mom said he did not have a night fright that she knows of. So I think he may of rubbed his beak too hard on his sandy perch. I did not notice any blood at all in the bottom of his cage. So silly bird has hurt himself again I guess I will just keep an eye on it, when he does not puff his face feathers up.