Bird Supply Portable Baby Bird Water Brooder

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The Bird Supply of New Hampshire Portable Baby Bird Water Brooder is simple to use and can go anywhere.

Features

  • Portable: Take this brooder anywhere.
  • Includes 2 Hagen Faunariums or 2 Lee Kritter Keepers in one of 2 sizes:
    Large: 14" L x 8.5" D x 10" H (pictured)
    Medium: 11.5" L x 7.5" D x 8" H
  • 50W Submersible Heater. Temperature settings up to 88 degrees.
  • Exo Terra LED Digital Thermometer with remote Probe or Zoo Med Digital Thermometer w/probe- measure air temperature within the brooder.
  • Exo Terra Liquid Crystal Thermometer - measures water temperature.
  • $96.99
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The Bird Supply of New Hampshire Portable Baby Bird Water Brooder is simple to use and can go anywhere.

Features

  • Portable: Take this brooder anywhere.
  • Includes 2 Hagen Faunariums or 2 Lee Kritter Keepers in one of 2 sizes:
    Large: 14" L x 8.5" D x 10" H (pictured)
    Medium: 11.5" L x 7.5" D x 8" H
  • 50W Submersible Heater. Temperature settings up to 88 degrees.
  • Exo Terra LED Digital Thermometer with remote Probe or Zoo Med Digital Thermometer w/probe- measure air temperature within the brooder.
  • Exo Terra Liquid Crystal Thermometer - measures water temperature.
    • Weight
      20 lbs
    • SKU
      B01098500
  • Category
    Brooder
  • Brand
    Bird Supply of NH
  • Size
    Medium, Large
  • Bird
    • Parrot
      Yes
    • Cockatiel
      Yes
    • Little Parrot
      Yes
    • Canary
      Yes
    • Finch
      Yes

1. Attach Stick-on Thermometer to bottom of one short side of a Faunarium and install heater inside. Bring Power Cord out one inside corner.
2. Add about 2 Inches of warm water (80 to 90 degrees F).
3. Place second Faunarium within the first with the power cord coming out one corner. Be sure water level is just coming up around the edges of the top Faunarium.
4. Plug in and adjust water temperature as needed typically in the 85-94 degree range.
5. Attach digital thermometer using supplied velcro and feed temperature probe through the cover to desired height out of birds reach.
6. Temperature within the top of the brooder can be controlled by covering top of brooder but never totally cover so air may move.
7. Add bedding of your choice.
8. Monitor your birds closely whenever you add new birds. If the temperature is too high birds will be gasping for cooler air.

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