What are the signs of heatstroke in birds? 

What are the symptoms of avian heatstroke? Many pet birds thrive in

warm climates, but if your bird's body temperature rises too high,

heatstroke might still happen. This occurs more frequently in climates

that are warmer than 104 degrees. Heatstroke in birds is characterized

by open mouth breathing, panting, lethargy, drooping wings, and a

broad body posture. If your bird is beginning to show signs of heatstroke

in a hot setting (usually over 104 degrees), it may be too hot for it.

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