Bird Cage Setup

A Chirpy Birdy is a Happy Birdy!!!

Birds are happiest when they are chirping.  Their bird cage setup is the most important part.

You supply the love, and we will perfect bird cage setup to keep your bird chirpy, healthy, and content.

Bird cages are the most important part.  A bird cage provides a home and a place of respite.  Size is the most important factor.   Birds need to be able to fly short distances and stretch to full wingspan. They also need room to climb (especially if you have two in the same cage).  For these reasons, your bird cage should have ample space regardless of the actual bird’s size. 

Your bird cage should be completed with the following:

· 4 bird perches

· 4 bird toys

· Stainless steel cups for seed, water, and vegetables/fresh foods/chop. 

This image is an ideal bird cage arrangement.

Following are the recommended minimum cage sizes and maximum bar spacings: 

· Budgies Parrotlets, Lovebirds - 18"x18" with 1/2" 

· Cockatiels- 20"x20" with 1/2" or 5/8" 

· Small Poicephalus, Conures, Ring-necked Parakeets - 22"x24" with 5/8" or 3/4" 

· Caiques, Timnehs, Pionus, Jardine's, Small Mini Macaws - 24"x24" with 3/4" or 1" 

· Small Amazons, African Greys - 32"x23" with 1" or 1 1/4" 

· Mini Macaws, Cockatoos and Amazons - 36"x24" with 1" or 11/2" 

· Large Macaws, Large Cockatoos - 3'x4' with 1 or 1 1/2" 

With a proper setup, your bird cage will be a source of joy and entertainment for both you and your new feathered family member.