If save if my home is cold at night for my parrot?

by NeRe
(Bell Ca)

l will like do know if is save for my parrot at night when it"s cold?

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Dec 12, 2011
If save if my home is cold at night for my parrot?
by: Linda

You will also need to cover your bird with a lightweight cover made from something like polyester. Leave a few inches at the bottom for air circulation.

The general rule for keeping birds warm in winter is no more than a 5-7 degree difference between day and night. Your home needs to be around 70 degrees at all times as birds will develop upper respiratory infections if allowed to stay much colder than that in the winter. 65 would be fairly safe if bird is covered during the night and during the early morning until house warms back up to 70 degrees.

So, make sure home is at least 70 degrees at night with no more than a 5 degree difference in temperature at any time. Cover your bird so he can hold in his body heat during the night and early in the mornings.

Linda

Dec 12, 2011
temperature for parrot in home
by: Tracie

It would be best if the room does not get colder than 65 degrees Fahrenheit. As long as the room gets gradually cold, not suddenly cold, and does not have a breeze your bird will adjust to the change in temperature from day to night.

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