Originally Posted by FaeryBee
Do you cover his cage at night?
If not, I would suggest you do so.
Cover the top, three sides and 1/3 of the way down the front.
Make sure there is a nightlight or a low-light on in the room to help prevent night frights.
Covering the cage will be a signal to Flint that it's time to go to sleep instead of preening and playing with his toys.
Having the TV on a very low volume and working on your keyboard should not disturb his sleep.
yep, every night i cover most of his cage. 3 sides, the top and about half of the front. always tell him "bedtime" and switch the light off before i do. i was just worried i might of been disturbing his sleep is all. he seems to sleep fine enough i think.