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Old 05-15-2020, 12:16 PM
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Re: Sleeping Pattern

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So, in a black-out condition, as well as Parrots, Humans cannot see either. So, what magic are you using to tell if you Parrots eyes are open? Unless your Parrot has reached a point of high comfort in your home and Human's moving about, their sleep is 'light' and you're simply moving about would be enough for them to open their eyes before you have time to check if their eyes are open.



In short, it's a non-issue...


My thoughts too. Bumble sleeps on me frequently, but if I check on her in her cage her eyes are always open because I woke her up by checking on her. And she’s usually giving me the stink-eye for being so rude!


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This was initially my thought. But now I am happy. Recently the weather here has gone cooler, (summer is ending). And i think its a matter of comfort because recently Im checking him with Smartphone's flashlight and saw him tucking his head over his back with closed eyes for a bit before I woke him up. So I really conclude its the temperature since I live in a tropical country.
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