Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: Indiana, USA
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I am going to purchase a new cage so that I can house each of my small birds, a bourkes, a splendid, and a linnie, in separate cages. Currently, I have two of the birds together and one bird separately, and I rotate who gets to be alone every few weeks.
I originally expected to buy a stacking, double flight cage. I believe it was manufactured by HQ, but I am not certain. However, that cage does not have any horizontal bars and it does not have any outside access feed dishes. I have no difficulty servicing my birds food and water dishes from the inside, and will most certainly add extra dishes even to these cages, but I DO need the cages to have at least some horizontal bars. My splendid loves to climb cage bars, and he is finding it almost impossible to climb the all vertical bars on our current single cage. Therefore, the new cages need to have some horizontal bars.
These cages are a bit smaller than I had hoped to find, but I still think they will be fine for single birds of this size.