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sleep schedule changes #1402228
06/01/16 06:16 PM
06/01/16 06:16 PM
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my gliders seems to be changing their sleeping routine lately. they used to wake up around 10-ish and be active most of the night but asleep by early morning - maybe 4 or 5 a.m. But lately they have been staying asleep until after 1 a.m. and staying up until 7 or 8 a.m. No other changes to their food, habitat, or routine. Any idea why this would be?

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Re: sleep schedule changes [Re: Glamper] #1402231
06/02/16 10:04 AM
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It could be nothing more than that the days are getting longer, and it stays light longer. Before we know it daylight will last until almost 9 PM wink

Some gliders just require more sleep (like me rofl ) to function.

If you aren't already, try putting their food in their cage about 30 minutes before they used to get up which would be 9:30 PM or a little earlier to see if that helps coax them into their previous routine. That way you can have some play time before you need to retire for the night.


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