Nanday Conure Forum

Message #953.

Name:V.
Date:Friday December 5, 2003 10:33:13 pm MST
Subject:When the power goes out...
Message:I keep my nanday Pete's area at about 70 degrees, usually using a sealed-oil heater to make sure that he'll stay warm enough.  During the winter I'm concerned about power outages--in our house, that means lack of heat.  We have a couple of small propane heaters for emergencies, but they're pretty minimal.  They're functional for a short period of time, but wouldn't work very well if the power was out for very long.  I'm wondering what other folks do to make sure that during cold weather their birds stay warm enough, and especially during power outages.  Thanks.

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