Bird cages by bird size

Large Parrot
Bird Cages


Scarlet macaw eating nuts on a tree stump

Windy City Parrot defines large size parrots – click for list

Med-Lge Parrot Bird Cages


female eclectus on perch

Windy City Parrot defines med-large size parrots – click for list

Medium Parrot Bird Cages


Windy City Parrot defines medium parrots – click for list

Small Size Pet Bird Bird Cages


Windy City Parrot defines small size pet birds – click for list

Smallest Pet Bird Bird Cages


Green budgie on wire shelf

Windy City Parrot defines small size pet birds – click for list

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species on the planet we know so far

Bird cages by style

Aviaries


AE Bird Cage Aviary

Why aviaries?

Aviaries are generally defined as “a large cage, building, or enclosure for keeping birds in.”

Typically aviaries are used for housing multiple birds.

Personally we have a Prevue F050 aviary housing 10 budgies.

The flipside is we have a Prevue F040 aviary (slightly smaller than the Prevue Fo50) to house a single African ringneck parrot.

I’ll suggest an aviary if the pet bird keeper is seeking to allow his or her birds to fly without leaving the enclosure.

This is easy, with respect to bird size when we’re talking about budgies and finches.

Larger birds like African greys and Eclectus parrots will require more space like walking aviaries.

If you’re not certain about size criteria for your particular situation do not hesitate to reach out by clicking the link on the top left of this page (contact us 24/7)

 

 

Bird Cage Covers



Why cover the bird cage?

Parrots are considered diurnal meaning they perform most of their activities during daylight hours.

The country pointed that is nocturnal, birds that use nighttime to their advantage like owls.

Because of 100 million years of instinctual expectations we advocate the use of 12 hours of artificial light and 12 hours of darkness for every bird cage in your home.

For the darkness. It’s best to cover the birdcage so they can sleep undisturbed and feel as though there is no threat.

A birdcage cover can be factory fitted per the cage or a tablecloth or sheet will suffice to give your birds some privacy in a good nights sleep.

 

 

Bird Cage Stands



Why a birdcage stand?

Because you have to put the cage somewhere.

Today many cages come with stands or having stands built-in as part of their design.

Birdcage stands offer storage opportunities and casters.

We know that birds are messy so it’s important to have a mobile birdcage in order to keep the area around said birdcage clean.

 

Breeder Cages



Why do I need a breeder cage?

Bird Cage Covers



Why cover the bird cage?

Parrots are considered diurnal meaning they perform most of their activities during daylight hours.

The country pointed that is nocturnal, birds that use nighttime to their advantage like owls.

Because of 100 million years of instinctual expectations we advocate the use of 12 hours of artificial light and 12 hours of darkness for every bird cage in your home.

For the darkness. It’s best to cover the birdcage so they can sleep undisturbed and feel as though there is no threat.

A birdcage cover can be factory fitted per the cage or a tablecloth or sheet will suffice to give your birds some privacy in a good nights sleep.

 

 

Bird Cage Stands



Why a birdcage stand?

Because you have to put the cage somewhere.

Today many cages come with stands or having stands built-in as part of their design.

Birdcage stands offer storage opportunities and casters.

We know that birds are messy so it’s important to have a mobile birdcage in order to keep the area around said birdcage clean.

 

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