Hello!That's a really cool setup! Is it a birdroom? Also, where did you get the natural perch with connecters on both sides, and the really short perches that are in your ringneck's cage?
I just want to suggest getting some rope perches and more varied natural perches for the budgies' cage because the current natural perches are very uniform which doesn't give much extrasize to the feet. Maybe give the budgies more toys in the cage too. (I did see how much they have outside of the cage, so if they're out all day than their current cage setup is fine)
Posting your own thread with your question is usually better than piggy backing the same question in multiple unrelated threadsHi , lovely set ups everbirdy! I just wanted some advice, im planning on getting a ggc soon but im finding their diet confusing, some books say they should eat fruit and veg daily and have seeds/pellets at meal times, others say dont feed them seeds and give them fresh fruit and veg every other day and some say to leave pellets in their cage all day and give them fruit and veg at meal time? im not sure which is the right option to ensure a healthy and happy bird who wont become low in vitamins or become over/under weight. Would really appreciate some advice (i live in the uk if anyone can suggest some good but affordable brands)
I know it's been a while since you posted, but... I love this type of stuff.I just got this cage last week and am trying to fill it up with toys. I'm putting in a wood corner platform for foraging on the left tomorrow. I also have a few toy items arriving soon so I can make more stuff for Preeno.
The leaves are pandan which she absolutely loves!
I know I have a big empty middle space but I don't know what to do with it! I don't want to block it out either so that Preeno has space to fly.
I must say... It looks like a ton of fun (from a bird stand point)!Thank for the suggestions! I'm gonna try shifting his water bowl and see if that helps keep it cleaner for longer
All natural wood perches with bark now! He really likes them I think! I usually have a rope perch in there but I like to switch it up week to week. The cage isn't very large so I can't fit all the fun things in there
Quite a few more foraging and shredding toys now! He used to be afraid of them as well as the beaded boing. Now he's a master of balance and has no fear attacking 'large, colourful' objects
Do you mind showing your play stand set up a little closer please?Ripley, Lesser Jardine's Parrot
Cage: Kings Cages Aluminum 33x25
Round Rope Perch: Mother Pluckin Bird Toys Atom (discontinued - for a solid alternative, check out the Orbits that Oliver's Bird Toys has!)
Window Perch: BeMore Bird Supplies Ultimate Observer Window Perch
Play Stand: Prevue Small Parrot Playstand 3181
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