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A few Pics of my new Aviaries.

Finally got my new aviaries set up at my new home. The standard aviaries contain Alexandrines, Princess Parrots and Corella's. The suspended aviaries contain a mixture of Rainbow Lorikeets and Scaly Breasted Lorikeets.


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They look amazing Kate! How many birds do you have out there and how do they like the new set up?





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The standard aviaries have a pair in each flight and there are 4 flights. The suspended aviaries there are 5 of them and at the moment only 2 have birds in them. One pair of Rainbow Lorikeets and one pair of Scaly Breasted Lorikeets which by the way both have 2 eggs in the nest, but they have been in those cages for a while just in a different position. Have a couple more pairs of Rainbows to go in their flights. And the birds are just loving it out there. I only put one pair per flight for breeding purposes.
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The standard aviaries have a pair in each flight and there are 4 flights. The suspended aviaries there are 5 of them and at the moment only 2 have birds in them. One pair of Rainbow Lorikeets and one pair of Scaly Breasted Lorikeets which by the way both have 2 eggs in the nest, but they have been in those cages for a while just in a different position. Have a couple more pairs of Rainbows to go in their flights. And the birds are just loving it out there. I only put one pair per flight for breeding purposes.

I love the set up! Lots of sunshine and privacy behind them but the wide open spaces where they are is beautiful. They can see the wild birds and hear everything happening in their area.





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That is what the scenery is like all around me. And there are plenty of wild birds. The Superb Parrots are just coming back into town from their winter area. Also here are Eastern and Crimson Rosella's, Corella's, Galah's and Sulphur Crested Cockatoo's for the parrots and many small birds and Crested Pigeons and a large family of Magpies.
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