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#260566 - 06/15/17 06:47 PM Sleeper Cage  
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I have a RB2 and IRN. neither of which sleep in a sleeper cage. Is this recommended. I cover them in the living room at around 7:00 PM and uncover them around 6:45 AM. Neither make any noise except when I first cover them I hear them grinding their beaks.

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#260568 - 06/16/17 09:36 AM Re: Sleeper Cage [Re: Jillbeme65]  
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The important thing is that their sleep is undisturbed. Most people use sleep cages when the day cage is in an active area of the home. General rule is 10-12 hours of undisturbed sleep in a dark quiet room.


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#260569 - 06/16/17 12:35 PM Re: Sleeper Cage [Re: BE2Cassie]  
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My RB2s each have their own cage and do fine at night there. They go to their favorite place inside the cage and sleep well. If they want to go to sleep and I have not yet turned on the lights, Harry will say "night night" which he learned to say when hearing us say that when we turned off the lights.


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Our flock: 2 RB2s
Our herd & rescue: turtles, tortoises, other reptiles

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