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Hello! i'm new to the forum but i have been surfing and reading some threads for the past few days and decided to make an account. i am a hobby breeder of lovebirds and as i was surfing the forums i remember seeing a comment that using a heat lamp to keep the babies warm may interfere with development., a brooder which you can control the temperature.; heat source: if you don't have a brooder, a heating pad to go underneath the cage, or heat lamp would work.the baby birds may need the extra heat at night. bedding. i personally like to have one towel at the bottom of the brooder and paper towels on top to absorb any messes. other (albeit more messy) options are decomposed non-toxic saw dust ....

Place a heat lamp next to the baby to keep it warm you can also place a heating pad under the box if you cannot get the lamp close enough to warm the baby. use your hand to gauge the level of heat coming off of the lamp. check on the baby a few times a day to see if it is hiding from the light; this indicates that it's too hot., eventually exotic bird breeders began using lamps to provide emergency heat for their birds and to keep brooders warm for baby birds. although a table lamp might provide a bit of extra emergency heat, the heat dissipates when the light is turned off, and it can’t be used at night when temperatures drop to their lowest point..

Baby birds need more warmth than humans — although we're happy in a room that’s 70–75 °f (21.1–23.9 °c), a baby bird will need an environment of about 85 °f (29 °c). a heat pack or hot water bottle will do the trick. you could also use a heat lamp. don't use scalding hot water in the water bottle., place the bowl six to twelve inches below the heat lamp, depending on the size and strength of the lamp. turn on the heat lamp. this will heat only one side of the egg at a time, but having given it a head start with the warm bowl and towel will help..

Touching babies: if a baby bird is vulnerable and it appears to be in danger, then by all means, return it to its nest or to some sheltered branches.parent birds do not abandon their young if human hands have touched them. that is a myth. birds have a poorly developed sense of smell but strong protective instinct.