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Last Post 31-07-2014 9:37 PM by  SharonH
parrot stand
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27-08-2013 6:36 PM

    if any one has a parrot stand going free or cheap in Lancashire please let us know. thanks Nigel n louise

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    09-12-2013 2:49 PM
    Have you considered making a stand?
    I had been looking at the Java wood stands, but too expensive especially this side of Christmas.
    So I've just built my own instead with a donated pine log and a branch from a Eucalyptus tree, a few screws, a pack of eye screws and some casters, in total all it cost was about £25 to make, would have been about £7 without the wheels.
    I can now just place shop bought toys as and when, and move them around from hook to hook (as shown).
    A drill, a screwdriver, a saw and a Dremel (could have used hack saw and file) was all it needed.

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    09-12-2013 3:35 PM
    That stand is very impressive,if beyond my diy skills lol though I will give this a try in the spring..
    . I bought a Smaller cage on a stand with casters which I move around but means I can contain Charlie quickly if I need to.it works very well so far.its worth looking on facebook
    Brothers and sisters I bid you beware Of giving your heart to a bird to tear...
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    11-12-2013 2:53 PM

    Thanks

    It wasn't too hard to do, it just takes a bit of imagination and time.

     

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    27-07-2014 5:55 PM
    thats awesome! my neighbours have a eucalyptus tree and we have a fully stocked log store....hmmm all i need is a parrot

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    28-07-2014 12:35 PM
    May be a little late for you but Scarlett Parrot Essentials are selling a T metal stand on castors, drip tray, bowls and perch of course, for either £20 or £25.
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    31-07-2014 9:37 PM
    Depending on your budget. the Montana stands in Scarletts are about half price at the moment at £79 which is a bargain for them.


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