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we use to run an aviary raising birds
#1.just make sure to locate the opening facing south
#2 make sure to have a landing perch below the entrance
#3 make the nest box the right size. small song birds and finches
like a narrow and tall box 6"x6" x15" with a 1 1/4" hole
1)Kitchen scraps are generally fed to larger birds
such as ducks and gulls. Because birds who eat from birdfeeders are generally
much smaller, you should tear the food scraps into very small pieces so they
can fit into very small beaks. Monitor the birdfeeder after a couple of days,
and if the food is still there, it means the birds don't like it.
Yes. Most fabric toys can be dangerous. Loose threads can get caught up in your birds
feet. Some other toys that can become
dangerous for your bird include key rings, some rope toys (those that are not
woven tightly), plastic chains and toys with small chains attached.
bar spacing can ultimately lead to injuring your bird. A cage where the bar spacing is too large
could be hazardous to your bird, while a small distance between spacing will
limit your birds view and also your view of your bird.
Parrot perches are usually made for large sized birds. If you own
a couple of small birds you don't really need this cage bur if you own more
than 3 parrot you should consider a parrot perches to provide your birds the
space they need.