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Does anyone use heat lamps? winter is coming soon and i'd like to purchase some heat lamps for my lovebirds. i dont even know where to start. i found these bulbs: avitech exotic birds - supplies, equipment and nutritional supplements for birds! but what do i plug them in with? and do you..., re: heat lamps? if your comfortable providing heat for your bird when your not home, you should. if your temperature in your cabin is 50-60 degrees, i would invest in a heat lamp. i use heat lamps on my birds if they are set up in a hospital cage, when not well, and they work great, providing the power doesn't go out..

This winter’s severe weather has many bird owners re-thinking the ways in which they provide heat to their pets (and to themselves!). late winter, spring and autumn can be even trickier than mid-winter, as warm days and frigid nights often arrive back-to-back., k&h snuggle up bird warmer description you are comfortable at 70 degrees, but your exotic bird might be feeling like he is a penguin in those cool conditions!