Edit: I forgot to say that it's handicap is that it only has one wing and the lower part of it's beak is missing.
At that age, I would have a towel along the bottom of the cage and keep all perches low to the ground, so if she/he does take a tumble, it doesn't cause any damage. He also needs to get a little more coordinated before he stands on the grate along the bottom, his feet are still tender. He's not quite at an age where he's really going to perch much yet either, so I wouldn't worry too much about perches. He will play with toys though! Make sure they are safe toys, since he's just a baby, maybe some foot toys, etc. The cage is a good choice for him! :thumbsup:
Thanks to both of you for quick replies. I think you are both correct. It is still too young to not keep warm and comfy so I guess I'll be doing baby conure laundry for awhile I have old towels that will be put to good use.great cage choice for him I agree with Jenny as lower pearches and also maybe instead of woodchips/shavings a fleece blanket or two
Thank you. I love being it's mommy.God bless you for being his mommy. :hug: Great ideas!
What a sweet lucky bird. Great setup! :biggrin5:
Aww, how cute! He sure loves his happy hut!
Oh my!!!! he's so cute checking out the hut :lovehearts:
Aww so cute! I'm glad he likes his Happy Hut!
Thanks everyone!aww he looks so happy in his happy hut