We know that budgies thrive best in a warm and dry climate. We also know they are susceptible to drafts, especially during the cold seasons.
On the other hand, budgies get ill from living in cold, humid or musky places that never get any fresh air. So what should be done?
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Also, never ventilate the room when your budgie just took a bath! Wet feathers and a draft is a bad combination! Think of all those little kids who get a nasty cold from walking outside with wet hair...
Can't wait to see Frodo and Isla take a bath ;)ReplyDelete