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Last Post 29-01-2013 3:18 PM by  Lewis p
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29-01-2013 12:16 PM

    Right just another quick question

    I have a Liberta Endeavor double cage which currently houses my CAG and in the other side a yellow fronted amazon.I also have a Montana Los Angeles cage (currently empty) I was just wondering what would be the smallest breeds of parrot I could house in them (due to bar spacing) also I know the Montana would be strong enough for a macaw etc but would the Liberta be tough enough for that size of parrot ?

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    29-01-2013 12:29 PM
    I have the Liberta double cage and whilst I would not house my Hyacinth in it, it does have the less destructive B&G and GW in it. I also have a Montana double cage and my Umbrella Cockatoo has managed to quite significantly bend 2 of the bars, evidently by biting them together (well not fully together but in that direction). Having said all that, my Macaws are out of their cages almost all day every day so really only go in to sleep! As for the Montana Los Angeles I would (and do with no problems) keep parrots as small as Amazons/Greys in it. I hope this helps,

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    29-01-2013 3:18 PM
    Cheers Dave just what I needed to know.
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