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ParrotJunkie

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The crimsafe screen doors would be a perfect option unless you wanted a solid door.
Do you think mesh exterior doors would work? Like a metal frame then mesh. Can macaws destroy mesh that’s in a doorframe? if the mesh is anchored in a metal door frame and macaws beaks are too big to fit in the holes so I’m not sure lol.
 

Shezbug

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I am banking on the perforated aluminium mesh being ok as long as the beak is totally on one side, I have two ordered for my front and back doors lol- normal flywire mesh would be a simple thing for a macaw to break through but the sort I am looking at should be fine.

Of course if a gap under the door is large enough for a tiny bit of beak to get under then problems could happen lol
 

ParrotJunkie

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I am banking on the perforated aluminium mesh being ok as long as the beak is totally on one side, I have two ordered for my front and back doors lol- normal flywire mesh would be a simple thing for a macaw to break through but the sort I am looking at should be fine.

Of course if a gap under the door is large enough for a tiny bit of beak to get under then problems could happen lol
Interesting! perhaps that’s a good alternative because metal/mesh exterior doors are definitely cheaper than say security metal doors for inside
 

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Frankie has his own room but only goes in it to sleep lol.
He took over the kitchen.
 
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