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Old 10-31-2019, 03:05 PM
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Default Does time of year effect a budgies sleeping?

just a topic i thought of, seeing as ive noticed the last 3-4 days its suddenly getting darker much quicker, im also noticing my little flint taking naps around the time it starts getting dark

does season have an effect on your birds?

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Yes, birds, like other animals, respond to the amount of darkness/light during the days according to the seasons.

That is why we tell people to ensure their budgies only get 8 hours of light per day to help reduce the urge to mate.
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Yes, birds, like other animals, respond to the amount of darkness/light during the days according to the seasons.

That is why we tell people to ensure their budgies only get 8 hours of light per day to help reduce the urge to mate.
in my case of having flint on his own i should be fine, i tend to put him to bed between 9-10pm and wake him up around 8-8:30 every morning. but im noticing since its suddenly getting dark quickly hes taking 1 hour~ naps around 5-6.
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