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Budgie-heat-lamp, thanks jasmine ideally i need something to provide warmth but not light as i want to leave it on all the time at the moment. buddy has been poorly and has been in a very small hospital cage which was easy to keep warm with a heat disc underneath etc, but he's recovered enough to find the hospital cage constricting , and his usual cage is too large to heat effectively with heat disc/fleecy .... Sure, windows are fun—they allow your budgie to get some sun and a great view of the outdoors, but if there's cold wind coming in through the seams, things can get chilly rather quickly. get a bird-safe heat lamp. yes, there's such a thing, though you might need to find a large pet store or farm products supplier to get your hands on one., its 6 am and my feathered family is still sleeping. this is how i keep my bird room warm! i'm using (3) 40w reptile heat bulbs in a 24 by 12 sq ft area, and they are working great! without the ....

The heat lamp you can get is basically one used for reptiles. just go in and ask for an infrared heat lamp, 60w and it can't go in just any lamp socket. the heat will melt conventional sockets so make sure to get a heat lamp fixture as well. edit: haha, lana you wrote at the same time as me., shop chewy for low prices on all your wild bird and pet bird supplies. we carry a wide selection of food and treats, cages and accessories, litter and nesting, perches and toys, grooming, health supplies and more from top-rated brands. *free* shipping on orders $49+ and the best customer service!.

Silkies pls note not sexed they will be ready to pick up 12/6 parents in last pic colours will be same as display pics. chicks are $25 each or a kit is $80 **kit includes x2 chicks bag of chick feed heat light and ceramic lamp chicks require heat for 7-8 weeks will be vacc silkies make great pets and are a very friendly bird.