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Old 09-11-2012, 09:32 AM
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Re: Cage Pics!

Here's Ruby's cage !

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Old 09-15-2012, 11:53 PM
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This is Green's cage. He has since been joined by Brown.
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Old 09-17-2012, 12:12 PM
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Re: Cage Pics!

nice setups everyone!
lets see more!
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Old 09-19-2012, 02:07 PM
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Re: Cage Pics!

I have change all the rope perches to birch branches in Eloys cage.
He seems to like it so much so he spent almost 1 hour in his cage this afternoon.

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Old 09-20-2012, 04:44 PM
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Re: Cage Pics!

Quote: Originally Posted by Eloy View Post
I have change all the rope perches to birch branches in Eloys cage.
He seems to like it so much so he spent almost 1 hour in his cage this afternoon.

WHAT a cutie-pie Eloy is!!! And I love the perches! He seems quite fond of them, too. I like using natural perches whenever possible, too, as my birds LOVE chewing off the bark.
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Old 09-21-2012, 09:49 AM
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Re: Cage Pics!

Eloy is so cute. I'm curious--i had a "cage always open" policy with Georgie for years but then she started occasionally getting into things that were unsafe while i was at work, so i closed her in again until i got home. The irony is that she died of an injury IN her cage after i started closing her in 'for safety'. :'( Eloy never finds any trouble when he is out free? That was always my ideal situation for my birds--as much freedom as i can let them have while still being safe.
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Re: Cage Pics!

Quote: Originally Posted by ruffledfeathers View Post
Eloy is so cute. I'm curious--i had a "cage always open" policy with Georgie for years but then she started occasionally getting into things that were unsafe while i was at work, so i closed her in again until i got home. The irony is that she died of an injury IN her cage after i started closing her in 'for safety'. :'( Eloy never finds any trouble when he is out free? That was always my ideal situation for my birds--as much freedom as i can let them have while still being safe.
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I'm almost always home. Every day I safety my home, so at the end everything outside the cage will be safe. But at the moment Eloy bites and play with everything (so young and playful ) so I cant leave him many minutes. Every bird I have had, had this freedom and they learn soon that cage is for eat and sleep. And if I travel I take them with me. I like them as free as possible, and love to watch them fly.
It is a full days work to take care of Eloy, but..
He goes to sleep very early at night. (19.00)
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Old 09-26-2012, 10:24 AM
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Re: Cage Pics!

As a relatively new bird person, I have a question: do conures and amazons like lots of climbing things, perches, ropes etc in a cage, or does it become claustrophobic?
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Old 09-26-2012, 10:50 AM
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Re: Cage Pics!

Omg, I'm going to get that exact same cage for my sunnie! Is it big and spacious ? Also , conure love places to hang upside down from ! To me their the acrobats of the parrot world! I never heard of a bird getting claustrophobic because of too much perches or toys in a cage before, but you have to be careful That you don't put too much toys or it'll be a little uncomfortable to the bird.
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Re: Cage Pics!

Here is Pepper's set up! That's where she normally eats-in the best position to spread food bits on as many surfaces as possible!
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