Can Small Parrots sleep in light

by ayush
(india)

hello, actually i have 3 parrots, they're all small, 2 females and 1 male. actually i want to know that can they sleep near high light, i got a light in their cage just to give them heat because there is too much cold outside, can anyone tell me is it safe, can this affect them ?

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May 28, 2012
do parrots feel hot in summer ?
by: ayush

i have 3 parrots at home.. i keep the in lobby... these days its really getting hot in here india.. its always more than 40*... i want to know that is it safe to keep them outside or should i keep them inside where air conditioner is available ?

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Apr 24, 2012
Male parrots sleep
by: Anonymous

I Have two small parrots a male and a female.the male parrot always tucks his head in its wings and sleeps.does that mean that he needs darkness ?

Editor's note: If you want people to see and answer, you need to post a question, not an answer here to another question, at Parrot Questions . Birds seem to enjoy tucking their head in their wings, it is normal.

Dec 31, 2011
thanks for replying
by: Anonymous

thank you for telling me this because i was seriously worried about them. now i am going to keep them inside so they can feel comfortable and sleep peacefully ..

Dec 30, 2011
Light
by: Renie

At night cover the cage with a blanket - they know this is the difference between day and night. They should be put into a warm environment - parrots catch cold very easily and most of the time it's fatal.

Dec 30, 2011
Parrots need a time of darkness
by: Tracie

I feel your good heart, in providing a warm light to keep your birds warm.

This is not a good idea, your birds do need to have a time of darkness. Yes, birds take naps during the day, in the light, but need a natural day and night time phase. Please either purchase a safe heater or bring your bird inside. If you can't do either, then I suggest you find a home for your birds where they can be warm and get the rest they need to stay healthy.

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