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7 Replies and 1621 Views bought a cage off ebay  1621  7 Started by  nickyred hi all i have bought a cage off ebay as a spare for safe housing &160;, got an amazing bargain , but hadnt realized how far away from me it is , wondered if anyone is near rotherham , south yorkshire and if they are , would or will they be travelling to the wirral , manchester , liverpool area sometime soon i know this is really cheeky ,but think its gona cost me about £50.00 in petrol so wont be and amazing bargain then lol if anyone is coming this way i would be sooooo apreciative ...
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15-10-2010 9:44 AM
2 Replies and 1512 Views Play Stand  1512  2 Started by  Shayla Hi, Could anyone help, I need a playstand, big enough for a Blue and Gold Mcaw. Willing to pay for one in good condition. Many Thanks S. Daniel.
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by  Helen WJump to last post
01-10-2010 4:25 PM
9 Replies and 1788 Views Cage Grid  1788  9 Started by  swwchris Hi all. Just as a rule of thumb, and advice. Is it best to leave the grid at the bottom of cages in or out I guess if its left out the main problem may be the bird coming into contact with droppings, and of course being carefull about what is lining the trays Equally it strikes me that this grid will very quickly get dirty and need a good clean What do people do Thanks
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by  MargyJump to last post
20-09-2010 11:23 AM
5 Replies and 1732 Views New Cage  1732  5 Started by  swwchris Hi everyone I am looking for a new Montana cage, and have a good idea of which model. My dilema is that there are so many suppliers out there.&160;Yesterday I found&160;CKC Birds via the link on the Birdline site, the Montana cages on this site are as much as 33 cheaper than elsewhere. Because the price difference is so much lower, before I ordered I wanted to get a feel for who CKC are, and how do they do it! Thanks Chris
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by  MandyJump to last post
18-08-2010 2:36 PM
10 Replies and 8206 Views Essegi cage importers?  8206  10 Started by  Lorna Does anyone know of a company that imports Italian Essegi cages (It used to be Brunos). I am looking for at least one, possibly two, Essegi Ara cages. You can only buy direct from Essegi if you live in Italy.
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by  Troy WelchJump to last post
15-08-2010 10:08 AM
10 Replies and 2114 Views Species in Aviary  2114  10 Started by  Casper Hi New to the Forum and in the process of completing an outside aviary mainly for use in the Summer Any advice on what Parrot species (apart from same) can.... or should be.... kept together OR better still what you mustn't or should never keep together &160; Hopefully
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28-05-2010 12:07 PM
4 Replies and 1474 Views Hidy Hole/Nesting Box  1474  4 Started by  Oodie Foodie seems very keen on having a nesting box, or at least a little enclosed 'Hidey Hole'&160; to climb into.&160; I've seen the soft material ones but she prefers solid things whilst we wait for the wings to regrow. &160; Space inside and on top of the cage isn't an issue so can someone give me an idea about these little boxes: &160; 1.&160; SHould there be more than one entrance&160; Should it be a huge entry or a fairly small 'twice oodie diameter' 2.&160; How do you get inside ...
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by  GeorgiaJump to last post
26-05-2010 4:35 AM
19 Replies and 6718 Views aviaries  6718  19 Started by  amanda marsden can any one help,i got a phone number off here and now iv lost it,it was a place that makes aviaies&160;
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by  MargyJump to last post
25-04-2010 2:14 PM
6 Replies and 2360 Views New cage for Chirpy to share  2360  6 Started by  Chirpysmum Hi We've started looking at cages for if we're successful with out rehoming application for Chirpy to share with his new friend( hope hope!!) What do you all think of this one Any thoughts or advice appreciated (other than wait to find out if you're successful, I'm much to hopeful and excited!!) Michelle
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by  ChirpysmumJump to last post
30-03-2010 2:23 PM
3 Replies and 1785 Views NEW BRUSH & DUST IN ONE...only available to birdliners  1785  3 Started by  belle &160;i'm fed up of sweeping and the feathers and dust flying straight over the brush tried most of the duster sweeper....brush...mop &160;thing's hate em... had a wicked idea yeasterday....and it WORKED LOL just for birdie lovers here goes..... take a brush,&160;&160; a tea towel&160; rinsed in soapy water...(old 1 of course) &160;wring it out, tie the&160;tea towel round the brush&160;and works brill all the dust etc stays on the towel&160;
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by  belleJump to last post
10-03-2010 7:49 AM
10 Replies and 2509 Views Travel Cage Size  2509  10 Started by  jennjenn Seeing as im a safehouse i've decided to buy a travel cage just for when I get a bird that needs transporting or the vets. I've bought the smallest Dog Crate size(60cm x 45cm x 51cm) Is this ok it looks sort of huge lol also will a parrot be able to get out of the gaps in the cage, I'm a bit worried now This is the actual cage I bought; Its the bit where the tray slides in and out thats bothering me the most. Hope its ok
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by  SteveJump to last post
04-02-2010 2:51 PM
1 Replies and 2109 Views what to buy?  2109  1 Started by  Victoria Whitfield I've fostered a yellow crowned ammie who is currently living in a montana adeleide cage whcih I want to replace.&160; He can be a pest to get down from the top of the cage when he runs to the back and we've been wokring on the stepping up etc etc to make it easier but I think I would still prefer for him to be in something shorter but wider if that makes sense. Anyone have any recommendations&160; I really want a montana but which one I have a montana aviary fro smaller birds and it is a p...
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by  DaveJump to last post
23-01-2010 10:07 AM
22 Replies and 5318 Views Cage Cleaning - what do you use?  5318  22 Started by  Victoria Whitfield
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Hi guys, I'm using F10 but it costs nearly £60 a litre and will all the cages I have to clean, it doesn't last anytime at all. I did see somewhere 5 litres for £120 but I can't find it on the net now!! Just wondered whether there are othe cheaper but good products out there that are bird friendlyand good! &160; Cheers &160; &160;
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by  Ian & linJump to last post
03-01-2010 10:05 AM
7 Replies and 2873 Views cage for sale  2873  7 Started by  edward roy perkins i have brand new montana (small bird)memphis 11, its in box cost £109 im selling it for £35 it has stand it black size 66x45x144 you can see it on net
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by  edward roy perkinsJump to last post
17-12-2009 8:06 PM
13 Replies and 2949 Views Cage advice  2949  13 Started by  Donna Hiya we are&160;maybe going&160;to buy a new cage and we are trying to decide which one to go for.We have narrowed it down to three and&160;I was wondering if anyone has either of these cages and can give me an opinion on it/them. First one is Montana Grande Castell 2 Next one is Montana Castel Gym (which I think is too small) * got Paul to agree now so it's down to the other two* Third up is Montana Denver 2 (the corner one) The cage is for a Macaw and he sleeps in it and spends a few ho...
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by  MandyJump to last post
02-12-2009 12:28 AM
2 Replies and 1372 Views DIY Cage  1372  2 Started by  Oodie Until I get back to blighty I'm stuck with an awful choice of cages, his current one is big but he rips bars off if he doesn't get his own way.&160; I am planning a bit of DIY to make a cage and, if successful, a nice big outdoor space. After a bit of shopping about I had an idea.&160; I'm planning to create the skeleton on the cage using&160; plumbing pipes using 3 or 4 way pipe junctions as the joints.&160; As meccano as it sounds it will probably work and will let me build a fairly compl...
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by  AdieJump to last post
01-12-2009 6:18 AM
2 Replies and 1444 Views up for grabs  1444  2 Started by  Michelle 22inches by 22inches square by 27inches high 51inches from floor to roof on a stand ideal for conures cockatiel or ammies this has been brought on ebay for a ammie that had been lost in illford but now has been reunited with his rightfull owner they paid for the cage but i thought another success story so im donating this lucky bird cage to birdline
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by  MichelleJump to last post
13-11-2009 9:33 AM
0 Replies and 1259 Views Cage wanted  1259  0 Started by  LesleyG As there is nothing I really want for Christmas I have decided to get my family to buy me a new cage for Ollie my grey. As he falls off his cage sometimes and also the bar spacing of his current cage is far too small for a grey, I want to get him a better cage with a playtop as he uses the others cages to play on at the mo. So I am looking for a second hand but good quality/condition play top cage sort of square shaped if you know what I mean......(Belle=Anne knows) Could collect from Reddit...
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12-11-2009 11:42 PM
4 Replies and 1493 Views stands  1493  4 Started by  RobH Hi all, hoping that you are all well, can anyone out there help me by giving,lending me a bird stand Ideally the type that can accomodate two birds&160; or info regarding where i can get one from As always, your help is much appreciated.
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by  RobHJump to last post
10-11-2009 11:05 AM
23 Replies and 3001 Views wanted, play stand for old gent's cag  3001  23 Started by  belle
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i'm currently helping an&160;80 &160;year old&160;gent with his 20 week old grey georgie&160; &160;(who contacted BL for help with georgie) he's after a&160;PLAY STAND &160;for georgie, has anyone got one he could BUY. HE DID DONATE £50 FOR BIRDLINE he's doin a fab job bless him.
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by  Helen WJump to last post
08-11-2009 8:26 PM
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