Yes, that’s my recent chest X-ray (above) with a window backlight display. Why did I keep it?
Mary T asks
I currently have a reptile light screwed into a pole lamp that sits next to my lessor sulfur-crested cockatoo’s main hangout.
I would like to upgrade after reading your column on lighting recently.
I’m concerned that if I put a light on top of the cage, Zoey will chew on the wire.
There’s also a tray on the top of her cage that would block the light.
She hangs out on the topmost of the time when I’m home.
She’s inside when I leave.
Would you advise replacing the reptile bulb with a different type of light? Please offer any suggestions to improve my bird’s light needs.
Here’s what we did for our FIDs Mary.
BTW – we recommend you remove the tray on the top of the cage and let the light in.
Michelle H writes
Hello, I need some ideas on what I can put under my parrot’s cage…
She has a 6 ft tall cage and she stays outside of it most of the time.
Let me tell you she is messy….food everywhere, nuts also…my question is what can I put under her cage to make it easier to clean.
Here’s our under birdcage floor care solution Michelle.
Chili our new rescue quaker likes to bathe.
I share with you the simple assembly and installation for a Lixit birdbath.
Installing a perch in a large cage can be daunting even with help.
Learn how to install any perch even on the rear of the cage – solo.
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