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8 Replies and 1684 Views cages  1684  8 Started by  Susannah hia does anybody know where&160;i can get a cage from for a mediam size parrot quite cheap within 100 pounds
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28-10-2009 11:38 AM
2 Replies and 1540 Views ANYONE FANCY A SWAP  1540  2 Started by  Ann Conway I have a giant macaw cage with a dome top. This stands over 6ft tall by about 5ft wide and 3ft deep.We need a smaller macaw cage, a much lower one. I have only had this cage for three years and it is in excellent condition.
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17-10-2009 5:23 PM
7 Replies and 1786 Views Pics wanted...for ideas!  1786  7 Started by  Loumay Hi all, I am on the beg for pictures for ideas...I have managed to bag myself a lovely conservatory with matching ceiling and window blinds....all for my birdies as a play room and I&160;want so inspiration on how to kit it out...so pics would be gratefully recieved!!&160;&160;&160;&160;
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09-09-2009 9:02 AM
0 Replies and 1473 Views Though this was quite good  1473  0 Started by  Steve http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/6x9x6-CAT-DOG-PEN-CHICKEN-ENCLOSURE-OR-BIRD-AVIARY_W0QQitemZ160357428147QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUK_Pet_Supplies_Catshash=item25560c2bb3&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14
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23-08-2009 12:46 AM
9 Replies and 1951 Views cage brands  1951  9 Started by  picowitch hi folks i have a neighbour thinking of buying a new cage for her daughters bird and was asking me about liberta cages - i have no knowledge of this brand of cage and wondered if anyone else had any opinions/experience of these cages
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by  BudgiesareusJump to last post
17-08-2009 11:14 AM
5 Replies and 1495 Views Cage Dimensions and bar spacing  1495  5 Started by  Bird-Lover Ok, i thought this thread would be a useful one to newbies (like me!)&160;and also because pictures of birds can be very misleading.. &160; &160; Now we all know the scenario, your looking for a cage for your bird on ebay, and you find one that looks great.. but without the bird being pictured in it, how can you be sure of the size Even the adverts with birds pictured in the cage, you cant be sure the bird isn't just a superimposed image, making out there is a Amazon in the cage, when re...
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by  Bird-LoverJump to last post
07-08-2009 5:14 PM
0 Replies and 1437 Views Cages on ebay  1437  0 Started by  LesleyG Just been looking on ebay and there are some good bargains on cages on there at the moment!!
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25-07-2009 12:16 PM
12 Replies and 1698 Views Perches for collapsable dog cage?  1698  12 Started by  Bird-Lover Ive bought a pet carrier (dog crate before you all get worried!) from the old ebay, after checking appropriate size needed. Anyway, ive got it, and one of those hook on bowls, the crate collapses onto itself and folds up all neat and tidy.. nice, but i needed a perch.. &160; Someone said to use 'Broom handles' so after a visit to my local pet shop i got a long untreated broom handle for £1.50.. it slides into the crate fine, doesen't move from side to side but can slide out just as easily......
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by  Bird-LoverJump to last post
24-07-2009 2:20 AM
14 Replies and 1634 Views Glass fronted aviary?  1634  14 Started by  brittone05 &160;So, Paul (hubby) has finally decided to get in on the action with the birds!!!!! He is sat right now designing an aviary for in our garden! &160;As Helen saw today, we have done an extensive amount of work in the garden to date and it is still unfinished while we wait for the astro turf to be ordered and stuff. Paul has decided that, given his love of electronics and his mass collection of electrical gadgets and equipment, that he will make a double glazed aviary - kind of like a mini c...
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21-07-2009 11:30 PM
5 Replies and 1631 Views Aviaries  1631  5 Started by  Steve If anyone is looking seen this on ebay &160; http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/12FT-X-6FT-X-6FT-GALVANISED-STEEL-AVIARY-PARROT_W0QQitemZ120443959503QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUK_Pet_Supplies_Birdshash=item1c0b04f8cf&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14&_trkparms=653A12|663A2|393A1|723A1686|2933A1|2943A50
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by  SteveJump to last post
10-07-2009 1:46 PM
4 Replies and 1392 Views Palace Cage  1392  4 Started by  Steve Hi Guys I am looking for a big double palace cage witht a divider in it and wondered if anyone knew where is the best place to get on for a good price &160; STeve xx
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by  SteveJump to last post
30-06-2009 12:11 AM
0 Replies and 1166 Views stacker cage...ebay  1166  0 Started by  belle hi, i remember reading someone was after a stacker cage....i've just seen one on ebay real cheap at the mo... item:170347845214....collection from banbury it finish's 7.50 pm 2moz
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24-06-2009 9:52 PM
8 Replies and 1533 Views quote for sand blasting & powder coat paint  1533  8 Started by  belle my god just had a reply &160;from company to sand blast and powder coat the birds cage. £220.&160; they can go and anyone want there number
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by  LindaJump to last post
17-06-2009 9:57 PM
15 Replies and 2229 Views MetalAviaries  2229  15 Started by  Steve Does anyone no where i can get either an aviary built or some&160; panels from it has to be metal and has to be strong enough for macaws &160; Thanks
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18-05-2009 11:54 PM
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