Setting up your new feathered friend’s home (birdcage) is an extremely important task. This birdcage will be your bird’s home for many years. So it’s essential that you do the best you can to make it as comfortable and appealing as possible.
When it comes to choosing the ideal birdcage for your feathered friend, size is a critical factor. Try purchasing the largest birdcage you can afford. Birds like to have plenty of space to move around and stretch their wings. Additionally, a large cage enables you to provide your parrot with plenty of bird toys and bird perches.
It is important that you select the proper bird supplies to place in your cage. This includes things like feeding dishes, a bird perch and other accessories. Ideally you should place more than one bird perch in your parrot cage. Providing your bird with a single bird perch is like having only one pair of shoes to wear. Various perches allow your parrot friend to use and exercise his feet in different ways. So look for perches of various widths and textures to put in your birdcage.
Bird toys are an absolute necessity for any bird cage. The more bird toys you provide the better. Birds need plenty of mental stimulation to keep them happy and occupied. Look for toys that are bright, colorful and interactive. Ideally, you should provide your pet with a new toy at least every 2 weeks. This helps prevent boredom.
No matter how large your bird cage is, your bird will want to spend some time outside of those four panels. As a result, be sure to invest in parrot playgyms or parrot stands. Parrot playgyms provide your feathered friend with a space of his own outside of his cage. You can set up a parrot stand in your living room or bedroom where your bird will feel like part of the family.