Rmoses wrote:Wolf said"The bird does not have to be awake to benefit from exposure to these periods So they could sleep through the twilight period at dawn and wake up later in the morning as long as their body is exposed to this period." If this works whether the bird is awake or asleep, then maybe it will work in the northern latitudes as long as the bird is given the sufficient hours of quiet and peace needed. Experiencing a dusk and dawn in each 24 hour period no matter how close together may suffice. After writing this, I went back to check dates and realize that this was posted over a year ago now. So I will leave it as is and ask if any more research has been done or if the person that made the original post found a solution. Sorry guys, I read alot of the threads on here and forget some of them are old. Useful still.
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