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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-30-2011, 10:28 PM Thread Starter
 
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need some ideas

on what to put above the birdies cages, I got approval from our manager to hang anything we want for the birds on the ceiling yeaaaa lol I wanted to make sure it was ok befor I start hanging things up I'am going to hang things up above all the cages except maybe not on Codys , might not be a good idea for him with his disabilty
soooo give me some ideas and what kind of hooks do I get to hang things up ?

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I made a hanging net and it hangs above Angelina's (my Parrotlet) cage. I hung toys here and there on it, and both she and my GCC climb on it -- separately of course! Here's a pic:


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that looks great I found 2 med sized eye hooks and hung up a boing and a acrylic toy over Echo's cage today talk about being scared lol he ran from it so it might take him awhile to get use to climbing high once he starts climbing and getting use to it I'am going to order a few ceiling protectors and rehang the boing and find something to hang next to it with some better hooks

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Be sure to get ceiling protectors, just in case your birds decide to chew the ceiling.

Jack my parrotlet did this a few months back.... so when we got our senegal, i made sure to buy one for his boing as well. No chew marks near his part of the ceiling and Jack has since stopped chewing his area


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ok ty I'am going to order 2 of them soon , right now he is to scared to go up high but I'am sure that won't last long

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I really want a net, I think they look like so much fun!

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