Read About Bird Aviaries

Bird Aviaries are small chambers to house several birds in one place. Here's everything you need to know about this product.

Bird Aviaries - What are they?

  1. Description:

    Bird aviaries are found in varying sizes, large-(9'x3'x8'2"), medium-(6'x3'x7'), small-(5'x2'x7'), and may be hexagonal (6'x8'), mobile or Dome shaped and Octagonal, Pandorea, Pandorana. They are available with wall panels, door, feeder door, and slide out cleaning trays. Panels of all sorts like wooden with screwed steel mesh, metallic with welded steel mesh and galvanized or powder coated, Glass walled, air-conditioned aviaries with fresh air circulation and aviaries with plastic panels up to half of the height. The roof may be dome shaped, flat, peaky, small skillion depending on the climate and protects the bird from rain, breeze, sun and cold. Expensive aviaries have electronic habitat control. A breeder's aviary has a bird lock.
  2. Who Needs These?

    Bird breeders, bird fanciers, and grown-up children, lonely elders and zoological departments. Anyone who loves birds can have an aviary.
  3. Why Do You Need These?

    Lonely people need for company; parents buy to amuse and educate their children, Breeders for marketing, education institutions for study and research, and zoos for public entertainment.
  4. Types:

    You should choose a type that is right for you and your surroundings.
  5. Benefits:

    Bird droppings are confined to the aviary and birds are safe

Bird Aviaries - Uses

  1. For Young Pets:

    Small grass woven, metallic or acrylic nests can be hung inside the aviary.
  2. For Adult Pets:

    Swinging posts, fixed branch like posts in the wall to perch on, glass posts to pack, small artificial lakes, aviary tree, nesting material, roudy bush, card board rings, raffia palm leaves for preening pleasure, bird play stand, bird gym and ladder.
  3. For Aging Pets:

    Artificial lake, shed able Popsicle sticks, resting post and hard and soft bird toys.

Bird Aviaries - Tips

  1. Varieties:

    There are many varieties to choose from. You should easily find the that fits your needs.
  2. Quality Choices:

    Depends on the need (indoor or outdoor), number and type of birds and budget and space of the buyer.
  3. Where to Use:

    In the corner of the garden or an indoor glass aviary in the living room.

Bird Aviaries - Concerns

  1. Safety Issues:

    Keep them on level ground and fasten strongly. Fit electronic scarer and pest controller to keep dogs, cat and foxes away. Spray Away Repeller-scares crows, repels Herons, cats and dogs.
  2. Behavioral Issues:

    Bird Peking glass, play stand, bird play gym, shredable Popsicle sticks, raffia palm leaves for preening pleasure, card board rings, and bird perch will satisfy bird's natural instincts.
  3. Convenience:

    Bird dropping remover, bird jerk feeder, automatic misting machine, habitat control devices for temperature, radiant heating, misting system light and mite control save time of the bird owners.

Bird Aviaries - How to Choose

  1. For Young Pets:

    Aviaries should be furnished with nests.
  2. For Adult Pets:

    Fitted with water lake, nesting material bird perch, aviary tree and bird gym.
  3. For Aging Pets:

    Sufficient food and soft and hard toys, roudy bush and medicines, first-aid box with the owner.
  4. Expense:

    Depends on the choice, life style and budget of the buyer.
  5. Other items you might need with this product:

    Pebbles for floor, screw-driver and hammer, food should include in-shell nuts, seeds, treat and health nutrient in the form of pellets.