Know the signs of birds overheating or cold. Most birds show the same symptoms if they are overheated or cold, and you should improve the situation as quickly as possible because the birds can die. Things to note are:
– Overheated bird: Her feet will feel hot to the touch, breath of breathless birds (breathing speed increases), throat vibrates, nostrils open and flushed, and her breath is hot. Here are the signs of an emergency and you should contact your veterinarian as soon as possible.
– Birds are cold: the bird will bend and use the fur to cover the feet and the bird will also develop feathers. Check the vent, move the birds from the room or the cold area, and keep the birds in a warmer place. Windows can be a source of coldness during the rainy season.
Look for veterinarians who care for birds. Check the bird after newly purchased and regularly thereafter (At least once a year, or the recommended veterinarian). If the bird gets sick, the veterinarian can be the first person you contact to care for. Do not wait until the bird is sick. Birds get sick easier, so the sooner the veterinarian checks the better.