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I really like reading all the information you provide about birds, and most particularly, domesticated ones.
I just read your latest that talks about the way to arrange walls of toys and the reasons for doing that.
Thank you so much for sending the Beach Walk Pacific Perch so promptly!
My budgie Omar is staring at this “new thing in my cage” but I’m sure he will soon be getting much use from it. It will also help me cut back on nail grooming appointments at the vet.
Great that you have it. Placement is important. It should not be used for sleeping at night.
It should be placed in front of the cage, mid-level or lower.
You can also put it by the food dishes. It will get used there a lot.
You want it to be where it will be used often and actively so by the food and water dishes or in the front while he dances on it waiting for you to open the door.
I took your advice. I’ve placed the new Pedicure Perch below the door and between Omar’s feed cups.
He’s still glaring at it! By the way, there’s an absence of toys in the cage because my two weren’t interested in them at all and wouldn’t play with them.
When I took in a rescued Moluccan cockatoo he had 3 large sores and no feathers on his chest.
We provided him with a 4’×4’×6′ aviary cage with bird lighting, an open window to allow filtered afternoon sun for him to sit in, toys in the 1/3 to 1/2 upper part of the cage, and lots of rope and solid perches.