How warm is too warm for lovebirds?

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How warm is too warm for lovebirds?

Post by Gwen Watso » Wed, 07 Jun 2000 04:00:00



Quote:

> Hey birdlovers -

> Does anyone have a guess as to what's the warmest reasonable indoor
> temperature for a couple lovebirds?  It's supposed to get into the upper
> 90's in Colorado this week, and I don't have A/C in my house.  At least
> the humidity is quite low.  Anyway, it can get into the low 80's inside
> the birdroom on the hottest days.

Where in Colorado? I am curious as we are going to Estes Park
area starting this weekend. All of the Web sites I have visited
have said 70-80 degrees. I guess you must be in the
SW part of Colorado.

As far as 90, I think as long as you mist them several times
they will be fine. Birds can definately endure the heat
as long as it is not excessive.

Gwen

 
 
 

How warm is too warm for lovebirds?

Post by Merritt Deete » Wed, 07 Jun 2000 04:00:00


Hey birdlovers -

Does anyone have a guess as to what's the warmest reasonable indoor
temperature for a couple lovebirds?  It's supposed to get into the upper
90's in Colorado this week, and I don't have A/C in my house.  At least
the humidity is quite low.  Anyway, it can get into the low 80's inside
the birdroom on the hottest days.

I've read that lovebirds are from generally hot and humid parts of
Africa and Madagascar, which makes me think that temperatures in the
80's shouldn't be a problem for them.

Opinions?

Thanks,