Still, it's a quality cage because all the bars are horizontal (which is good for the budgies' feet) and there's more horizontal than vertical space (which is good because budgies fly horizontally, not vertically). The budgies get a few hours of free flight per day, so they mostly use the cage for sleeping and eating. I could perhaps put an extra perch in the lower part of the cage, to provide room for 1-2 more budgies.
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I want to give Isla the chance to breed once she's ready for it, so maybe we will need a bigger cage. But for now, let's try with the one we have.
You have to have a good look in the pet store if you want a decent cage. Avoid cages that look tall and that have a lot of vertical bars. I'm not saying that the cage in the picture above is a bad cage, but in fact, it's just as roomy as my cage, because it's the horizontal space that counts. On top of that, the vertical bars make it difficult for them to climb.
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you might want to use a watering can or a birdhouse as a planter, hang a sun catcher or soft wind chime of humming birds in the window, Or hang a hanging parrot cage with a colorful bird high in a corner of the room. A basket of walnuts and acorns on the dresser with a small squirrel eyeing it from the windowsill or the headboard post, will complete this charming garden look.ReplyDelete