On 12/19/07, Allen Foster wrote:
> My roommate has a Blue and Gold Macaw and I have a
> Quaker. The temperature in our house right now is 64
> degrees or so. I know this is on the coldish side. We
> have gas heat and our bill was pretty high last month and
> our house is also quite spacious. Anyway, I know Quakers
> are fine in temperature above 60 degrees or so. What is
> the normal minimal indoor temperature for a Blue and Gold
> Macaw. This is pretty important obviously enough. I also
> want to know if you know of any suggestions to keeping his
> cage warmer as my roommate went behind my back and got an
> electric heater which is definately a fire hazard. Please
We also have 2 B&Gs, along with an M2, CAG and Green Cheek
We keep our temperature around 70, but does sometime fall
below to 68 on chillier nights. We are located in Illinois.
What we have done was invest in an Electric Oil-Filled
Portable Radiator Heater on rollers that can be situated in
different areas of the room where needed. This works very
well for us, and it seems to very efficient to use. It has 3
Before investing in this type of heater, I did my homework
and have seen on other sites that others are using this
heater also and are very pleased with it.
p.s. my dogs love it too.
Take care, Rick