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ziggysmom wrote: > Thankyou yes that is helpful.. I don't really heat the office that > much as all the windows face east and it heats up very nicely. Ziggy > is getting used to my misting her everyday - still isn't completely > thrilled. Doesn't seem to know what to do yet with a shallow dish. But > she has used the water dish. > > She will play on the second playgymn I got her. She even crawled off > and took a peck at the computer (while I was there). She is getting > more adventuresome. Karen > > Margaret wrote > > I don't use a humidifier. A humidifier is just one more thing to > keep > > clean and disinfected to ensure your bird's health. > > > > I let my birds bathe as often as they like by providing a shallow > > bathing dish (sometimes they use their water cups anyway). When the > > time comes for the central heat to come on, I will take them to the > > bathroom a couple times a week, in addition to the regular access > to > > a shallow bathing dish, and put them on a shower perch while I run > > the shower and get the room nice and steamy while misting them with > > the water mister, aiming above their heads and letting it fall on > > them like rain. Bathing is best done earlier in the day rather than > > later, especially in the winter, so that the bird is warm and dry > > before it goes to bed, a time when temps are often cooler in the > > home. > > > >
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