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outside #53966 05/12/06 09:34 PM
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I heard that it is okay to take my keets outside as long as it is warm enough that I would not put a jacket on my kids. Is this right. Pete & Georgette just seem to enjoy the fresh air when I open my office door and I would like to take them outside (in their cage of course)to see if they like it. What do you all think?


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So long as its warm enough I think you can Have been reading a lot of bird books and in warm places it sounds like you can even keep them in an outdoor avairy



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Cool. And thats a great idea! Keets love oxygen rich air. So yeah, as long as its warm enough! smile


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Well, birds are from a tropical climate, so you want to be careful that they don't catch cold. I usually say a minimum of 70 degrees.

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I think I will do that in the summer. Wait a minute, I can't. I forgot about my huge almost-as-tall-as-me cage. Maybe I can get a carrier. Or just use the old cage. How hot can it be? THe minimum is 70* but what's the maximum?


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Old cage would probably be best. I'd say about 90 would be the absolute tops and never in direct sunlight.

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Just read the west nile virus thing you had the address for kiwilucy I def. will not be taking my birds outside they did have some crows in the area die last year so I'm not going to take the chance with my birds if I do anything I'll like them get some fresh air by a window with screens.



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