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11 Replies and 1541 Views Brain picking on cage manufacturers  1541  11 Started by  DizzyBlue Does anybody know of a cage manufacturer that makes cages of all horizontal bars (i.e. no vertical ones on the sides) I'm looking to purchase a cage at least&160;16 inches wide x 28 inches long x 26 inches high (upsizing is good down sizing is not an option lol).&160; Vision cages are out due to the visibility when bird is in the base section. This is for my disabled cockatiel - not that Junior knows what a disability is! Hence the specific requirements. Ferplast Piano 7 so far is looking to...
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31-01-2012 9:55 AM
0 Replies and 1040 Views Palace cage for sale  1040  0 Started by  Elphaba &160;Hi I have a Palace cage for sale. I am getting a new white one! It has some casters missing and a slight bend on the tray but otherwise in decent condition. I will be moving next week so you will have to come next week or the week after to dismantle it yourself. Offers open. I would like help to put the new one together which is a 5 minute drive so am willing to negotiate on that and getting my macaw to his new home. I am in London sw14 moving to sw13. Call me on 07773 777391
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30-01-2012 6:00 PM
28 Replies and 3932 Views Aviary / Flight building  3932  28 Started by  steve b
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I have started to knock up an outdoor aviery / flight for the budgies with around 6' 6' headroom inside. It will when finished be on and round the corner of the house, one leg will be 2ft x 6ft made from wood and 1' x 1/2' mesh with a solid roof (the mesh will be on the inside). The second leg round the corner will be 3ft wide and again 6ft long with double doors, this section will be half mesh and half shed for not so nice days. Heating and lighting will be provided inside to keep them warm. I...
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24-11-2011 4:07 AM
7 Replies and 1295 Views building an outside cage  1295  7 Started by  maddiesharp Hi All, I am in the early stages of building a large outside cage to house a pair of large parrots, hopefully macaws. It will consist of a very large full height cage on the outside of the garage, with a cowl over the top to protect against rain and sun and a smaller cage on the inside of the garage with access gained through the nest box opening. I am considering insulating and heating the inside cage for the winter months.&160;Has anyone experience of large parrots/macaws needs from an outsi...
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by  maddiesharpJump to last post
30-10-2011 12:10 PM
11 Replies and 1831 Views A new cage for my two very messy lovable Ammies please?  1831  11 Started by  Matt &160;They're in a Kings at the mo and just need to think about a more easy clean cage that's great for two ( I like flat tops, but seen some with flat and domed sections together, something for a play gym for them, bless). Loads out there, but can anyone recommend please &160; Matt
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18-10-2011 5:01 AM
26 Replies and 3294 Views What Colour.....  3294  26 Started by  Scarlett
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This is a serious question and not just for fun. As someone with a business I am interested to know... If you could chose any colour for a cage what would it be
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12-10-2011 1:28 PM
13 Replies and 1462 Views monatana haiti seedcatchers  1462  13 Started by  emcbadger has anyone got any montana haiti seedcatchers they dont use and would be willing to part with Since moving i cant find my seedcatchers so am pleading with anyone that doesnt use there's to maybe let me buy them/donate to birdline etc Heres hoping...... Em
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by  SharonLJump to last post
23-09-2011 7:53 AM
4 Replies and 1156 Views Berties' new retirement pad  1156  4 Started by  Nikki This is Bertie in his new cage... I was worried he may find it stressful in a new cage but he climbed straight out onto the playtop to eat! Must of been the time it took me to get it together...he watched me all afternoon and yes it did take me all afternoon...... I didn't realise how big it was, i can even fit my 10 year old son inside it!.
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by  steve bJump to last post
10-09-2011 2:40 AM
12 Replies and 1748 Views To grill or not to grill???  1748  12 Started by  sue &160;Hi all a little advice please, my local avery and a couple of books have suggested taking the grill out from the bottom of the cage, one said cover it with paper &160;others say keep them in, i no it stops them walking in there poop, Just wondering what your thoughts are on it Many thanks. sue,x Confused of gosport! lol.xx
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by  Rita TJump to last post
06-09-2011 11:30 AM
4 Replies and 1481 Views parrot cage and small aviary  1481  4 Started by  Gillie & Terry Can anyone help, I am looking for a parrot cage as a spare and also a small aviary for Birdline Birds.&160; If you can help I would be sooooo grateful&160;&160; I am in Mansfield.
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by  Gillie & TerryJump to last post
06-08-2011 9:48 AM
7 Replies and 1955 Views looking out for a cage  1955  7 Started by  Matt Hi, &160; enthusiastic safehouser who can't stop accepting the little ones in, needs a medium or large parrot cage. Am in the West Midlands and will collect. &160; Matt
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16-07-2011 2:08 AM
19 Replies and 3888 Views Aviaries  3888  19 Started by  marky Hi all, looking for a little advise on building an outside play area for my b&g macaw, as the warmer weather will be on its way i have been thinking about making something outside for her to play in whilst we sit out in the summer months. What kind of materials will i need Do i use galvanised steel or the cheaper option of wood I only have a smallish place outside so it is not going to be huge but at least she can enjoy the weather outside with us. Possibly 5' d&160; x 7' h x 8' w is ...
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14-07-2011 1:19 PM
0 Replies and 1181 Views Playtop cage wanted  1181  0 Started by  LesleyG Large(ish) playtop cage suitable for a grey. This bird needs a flat topped cage so he can enjoy life more and be safe. He is a B/L bird but I cannot talk about him yet but when I do you will be amazed! Cannot afford a new one unfortunately but really need one soon. If anyone has one to donate or sell please let me know. I am going to the 3 counties show and could collect from there if it helps. &160; Cheers.....leslsey & co
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25-05-2011 12:51 PM
13 Replies and 1856 Views Is this cage big enough?  1856  13 Started by  Nina Hi there Am looking at a 'Victoria Play Top' from Skyline. Does anyone have it and what size bird can you keep in it (I am imagining a Grey or a small cockatoo but may be all wrong) Please advice /Nina
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10-05-2011 12:31 PM
7 Replies and 2198 Views Nelsons new cage  2198  7 Started by  Rita T Well thanks to scarlett Nelson now has a new cage. Not that easy as he has to have one with all horizontal bars because of this special needs it also can not be too high as he does some times fall. I wanted a play top as he loves playing on top of Bobbies cage. Well I ordered a Rainforest cage called Santa Marta 2. Not a play top and a bit high but it did have horizontal bars. Then I took the bottom grill and placed it at the begining of the arch to form a new top this made it possable to lea...
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11-01-2011 1:05 AM
0 Replies and 1377 Views double stack perrot cage  1377  0 Started by  amanda marsden is any boby selling a double stack cage,im realy in need of more room
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16-12-2010 12:01 PM
5 Replies and 1527 Views Rainforest brazil 1 cage  1527  5 Started by  nicolapompicola After the new year, I'm looking at getting a new cage for my bird (which I&160;don't have yet, but it'll be either a budgie or a love bird) and was wondering if this would be a good cage Also, does any one have any experiance with this cage, and is it good quality If you do have this cage, and chance I can be cheeky and ask for a pic of it in situ, just to see what it's like in a house, rather then just on a screen.
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by  ScarlettJump to last post
15-12-2010 12:35 AM
13 Replies and 2163 Views Cage options  2163  13 Started by  nicolapompicola Hi all, I'm considering getting a lovebird or two, and I'm considering my caging options. At the moment, I'm rather struck by the Ferplast Piano 7, but I don't know if this is a good size or not. I don't have space for one of the massive 'aviery' style cages, the space I'm thinking about putting the cage is roughly 3 feet by 2 feet. Also, this may seem like a really stupid question, but I've also been considering 'rat' cages to use, as from what I've read on the 'net they're an ok size, and I'm ...
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by  JulieJump to last post
03-12-2010 10:39 AM
10 Replies and 1858 Views parrot stand  1858  10 Started by  nickybriggs &160;I just had an email off a delivery company saying that i am getting a parcel today Well the only thing i have ordered is a play stand for a parrot from scarlettsparrots&160;&160;and if it is this i will be amazed as not only is it £10.00 cheaper than on ebay but i only ordered it yesterday so WOW THANK YOU the only thing is i havnt got a bird to go on it yet ha ha&160;&160;I have had my home check just waiting to hear but its better to be prepared&160;&160;at least i will be ready lo...
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by  ScarlettJump to last post
17-10-2010 11:01 AM
18 Replies and 1879 Views How often.....  1879  18 Started by  Margy Do you clean your cage/cages&160; And what do you use I'm asking this because I'd like to know if people spend ages every day, cleaning, scrubbing, replacing paper in the cages as we do We have&160;3 huge cages, and three medium sized cages that get brushed, them wiped, paper replaced and tray emptied and vac'd every single day!&160; and that's before the floor, the other rooms, continual wet wiping the poo off the floor, the stands ......and not to mention the aviary! I&160;hate dirty...
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15-10-2010 9:32 PM
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