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At the top of the cage I got only one swing that fits only one bidgie but both of the budgies wants it and it's 12:42 Am and I left them to sleep at 7 Pm and left them and came back at 12:30 but they weren't sleeping I opened the light they started to eat and now every time I close the light they go for the swing and only one budgie fit and the other budgie is hanging on the cage. I removed the swing and turned light off again and they keep climbing searching for it and now they are hanging on the cage. Now how I am supposed to fix this. And their sleep time too it's anoying.

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Budgies like swings and they do like to be high up. For now can you either move a perch up high, so both budgies can sit up high together? If possible, I'd get a bigger swing or a second swing, which will hopefully prevent one being bullied off the swing.


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Budgies like swings and they do like to be high up. For now can you either move a perch up high, so both budgies can sit up high together? If possible, I'd get a bigger swing or a second swing, which will hopefully prevent one being bullied off the swing.


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Okay for now it my chance to fix their sleep routine. I slept on like 1 Am and they were awake with dark room but I slept and ignor them now I woke up for my sleep routine at 4:35,which is the time right now, and they are sleeping. I planning to wake them up at 9 Am so they got 8 hours of undisturbed sleep if they slept at 1AM. Or I should leave them to wake up by their own?

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Generally, it's best if they can get 12 hours of sleep a night. Usually they'll go to sleep when you cover them, then wake up when you uncover them in the morning.


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If I woke them up at 11 Am or 12 Pm it would be good?

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And will they sleep at night when I cover them.

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As you said, this is a good opportunity to try to fix their sleep routine (keep in mind they're still adjusting to their new home and will settle down as they get used to things). I'd uncover them at 9am, then tonight put them to bed earlier, maybe 8pm. Then you can uncover them at 8am tomorrow. Of course, they'll nap throughout the day, which is normal. If they wake on their own this morning, then uncover them, but if possible I'd leave them to sleep.

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They are uncovered right rn when I cover them they go crazy around the cage.

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Ok, it sounds like they're scared of the cover. If you can just make the room dark when it's time for them to sleep, that should let them know it's bedtime. When it's time for them to wake up, make the room light.


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Ok, it sounds like they're scared of the cover. If you can just make the room dark when it's time for them to sleep, that should let them know it's bedtime. When it's time for them to wake up, make the room light.


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Well, I think no. Because they don't move around the cage cuz they are scared they go jumbing from perch to perch and play with each other and start to eat even tho it's dark.

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