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my budgie sleeps on the bottom of his cage but he is healthy

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Baby budgies will sleep on the bottom of the cage. How old is your budgie? What does his poop look like?

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i agree with rachelm. baby budgies when young do tend to sleep on the ground until they learn to perch proberly

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I found my budgie sleeping upside down last night!! He was hanging onto the side of his cage face down... Strangest thing I've seen! Through I'd share!

Leanne :-)

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I found one of the young birds sleeping in a little food dish in the morning.

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My budgies like to perch on the highest part of the cage at night. The babies usually fight for the swing. I have to leave on a night light or I find them clinging to the top part of the cage. I don't like to see this because it does not look comfortable. With a night light they settle in nicely on one of the top perches.

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I have one that I find hanging upside down from her perch like a bat on occasion. The first time really frightened me, but now I just laugh it off. She is healthy and fun, but strange when it comes to her sleep behavior!

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trying to reconcile myself to the nightlight idea (total darkness seems more healthy and natural.) But when a fledgling falls off and you wake to the whole aviary flying madly around..............and then you have to graduate light/dark until they find their perfect sleeping perch................a simple nightlight seems, well...simple good sense.

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