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Discussion in 'Birds - all breeds / types' started by drab911, Dec 1, 2004.

  1. drab911

    drab911 New Member

    Hello everyone... thankyou very much for your information you have provided... I just got home from work to find my little girl on the top perch as ussual... i was getting a little nervous and while talking on the phone I heard a CHIRP whoo hoo... i dont feel so bad anymore... so i am off to buy her some toys then hehe...
    thanks everyone and i will be on here often as i imagine ill have a lot of questions :) thanks again!
  2. Aqueous

    Aqueous New Member

    Aww, the first chirp. It's kind of like a baby's first word!
  3. drab911

    drab911 New Member

    spacing of perches

    I have just rearranged a perch for Marley, and she immediately moved down to it with a little bit of work... does anyone have any pictures of their cages so I could get an idea of the spacing and number of perches? I imagine that they need enough room to fly around but also places to sit... it kinda takes some skill spacing them to accomidate everything (which is half the fun) so does anyone have any ideas or photos please share... thanks
  4. iobre8ks

    iobre8ks New Member

    you only need two to three perches but make sure that she ahs enough room to fly around. She needs lots of exercise if you let her out of the cage every once and a while she would love that.

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