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Baby-parrot-heat-lamp, hello! i'm new to the forum but i have been surfing and reading some threads for the past few days and decided to make an account. i am a hobby breeder of lovebirds and as i was surfing the forums i remember seeing a comment that using a heat lamp to keep the babies warm may interfere with development.. Amazon's choice for brooder heat lamps woods 0165 brooder lamp with bulb guard,10.5 inch reflector and 6 foot cord (250 watt, 18/2 sjtw), 0 4.3 out of 5 stars 2,158, a brooder which you can control the temperature.; heat source: if you don't have a brooder, a heating pad to go underneath the cage, or heat lamp would work.the baby birds may need the extra heat at night. bedding. i personally like to have one towel at the bottom of the brooder and paper towels on top to absorb any messes. other (albeit more messy) options are decomposed non-toxic saw dust ....

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Simple, effective ways to heat your bird’s cage or bird room posted by: frank indiviglio in bird health , general bird care march 11, 2011 8 comments 26548 views this winter’s severe weather has many bird owners re-thinking the ways in which they provide heat to their pets (and to themselves!).