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Where do you keep you bird/birds?

I am interested in finding out where do you keep your parrots?

I keep my senegal and the budgies in the birdroom, the conures in the spare bedroom, and Mr. Quaker spends most of his time with me in my room. When they have their out of cage time they all take turns using the birdroom.


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Phoenix is in the living room which is also connected to our eating room so he is always with his flock

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my Meyers is in the living room with us and on weekends spends lots of time with me and same for our parrotlet. We also keep our breeders in a separate room with the door shut at all times so they can have there privacy to breed.
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All of my birds live in the dining room... Which is part of the living room... They all get lots of attention and stimulation that way.
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Bob's in the living room.
Tiels in the garden aviary.

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1 cage living room, 3 conservatory, 1 bedroom + Bandit on his perch and the rest outside

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Rocky Brandi and Opey are in the Dining room right next to the living room and DJ is in the living room

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Ice is in the living room which is connected to the kitchen,
We are always in there!!


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my birdies are in the living room which is connected to the dining room so they eat with us too!

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My doves and Macaw are in my living room by the big west windows. They are spoiled rotten and get the best view of the whole house!

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I keep my two cages in the livingroom beside the couch and in front of the big window. I can reach the cages if I just stretch out my arm. We are always in the livingroom so they always have human contact
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butch is usually hung by the window in my room and lenny is by the fish tanks. but when i want them in separate rooms, lenny is in the computer room, hung by the window. my guys move around A LOT so its really no big deal to them!

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my 3 are all in the room/passage type area that connects the kitchen to the lounge so they are always around people

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Mine a in a back shed as the dust makes me wheeze horribly.

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Mine a in a back shed as the dust makes me wheeze horribly.
I am glad to hear that, 26 budgies in ones bedroom would surely give anybody the wheeze.

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I am glad to hear that, 26 budgies in ones bedroom would surely give anybody the wheeze.
More like 30 plus with 4 dusty tiels lol even a purifier didnt help. Lol. It was 26 degrees last night but with the 3 heat lamps i had back there it was 56. Hopefully it stays that way all winter lol

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30 plus!?....Budgies can adapt to cold weather quite well you know, as long they don't undergo sudden temperature change they should be fine in cold temp; they can even survive minus temperature if you let them climatise to that temperature gradually. I guess you'd know this already, you have much more budgie experience than most of us .

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30 plus!?....Budgies can adapt to cold weather quite well you know, as long they don't undergo sudden temperature change they should be fine in cold temp; they can even survive minus temperature if you let them climatise to that temperature gradually. I guess you'd know this already, you have much more budgie experience than most of us .
I dont want to take chances having them in negitive weather lol if im to cold i feel they are to cold lol if anything there less active and packing on the pounds lol

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do you have a basement you can put them in for the winter?

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do you have a basement you can put them in for the winter?
My room is a basement lol.

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