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Discussion in 'How-To Junction' started by Chuckie30041, 3/27/18.

  1. Chuckie30041

    Chuckie30041 Checking out the neighborhood

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    Just got an umbrella cockatoo she is about 23 years old wondering what temps I should keep her at indoors thank you
     
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    Clueless Cruising the avenue Celebirdy of the Month Mayor of the Avenue Avenue Spotlight Award Avenue Veteran I Can't Stop Posting!

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    Don't know about that specific bird, but my amazons stay at the temperature that I like. Where was the cockatoo living at?

    I would say you should avoid putting the bird in a place she will get a draft.
     
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    I've always assumed, if you're at a comfortable temp in a Tshirt, your bird should be ok. Unless maybe if it's a naked bird? If so, maybe a couple degrees warmer.
     
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    Milton (pictured in avatar) has his cage in our bedroom...our thermostat is set at 68 degrees in the winter. We do not lower it at night...it stays at 68 all the time.
    This is very important!
     
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  7. Chuckie30041

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    thanks for all the help
     
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    75 degrees would be the bird's preferred right in the middle comfort range.
     
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