How To Build Your Own Bird Play Gym
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How To Build Your Own Bird Play Gym

Want to learn how to build your own bird play gym? Here are two ideas that are sturdy and will last a long time even if you have big parrots who love to chew! The first is a table top model that lets a wire shelving unit do the heavy lifting.  The second is made…

Bird Room Ideas Are Addictive… You Have Been Warned!
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Bird Room Ideas Are Addictive… You Have Been Warned!

Paradise for your parrots, that’s what these bird room ideas are!  For those of us who are owned by a beaky feathered boss they are a relief! Seriously! They’ll keep your birds happily occupied for hours at a time even when you don’t have time to be right in there with them. If you switch…

Zebra Finch Cage Setup Ideas & Tips!
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Zebra Finch Cage Setup Ideas & Tips!

If you have a pair of birds this is an excellent zebra finch cage setup to get you started.  Ok, so it’s good for folks who are old hands at finch keeping too. The doors on this cage are especially nice.  There are two of them and they work independently of one another and they…

Hanging Parakeet Bird Cages
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Hanging Parakeet Bird Cages

Hanging parakeet bird cages are iconic and so pretty. ┬áToday’s hanging cages (like the one pictured here) marry the old world charm of yesteryear with the modern features. The kind you’ve come to expect in bird pet products. They bring the birds up to eye level for easy interaction. So you can develop that all…

Parrot Table Top Play Stand
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Parrot Table Top Play Stand

This parrot table top play stand gets our “Spiffy” seal of approval because it hits all the marks pet bird owners are looking for in a play gym for their feathered friends. At almost 2 feet square and 18 inches tall, it is large enough for any bird up to a medium sized parrot to…

Extra Large Bird Cage Setup Ideas
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Extra Large Bird Cage Setup Ideas

Whether you have a bunch of little songbirds or a big flappy parrot baby getting yourself an extra large bird cage is never a bad idea!  In fact, the larger the bird cage the better in most cases. Finches need room to flit around from perch to perch, bounce and sing their song. Parakeets, conures…