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Insight of different sizes of wooden bird cages

In the past most bird cages are made out of weeds, rope or bamboo. It was the Egyptians who started to keep birds as their pets as they believe that the souls of the ancient Egyptians were depicted with the body of a bird. Bird cages are usually made of wire mesh to ensure the safety of your bird pets. They come in a variety of different shapes, sizes and colors. The ideal shape of cage that you should go for is square or rectangular cages. They are easier to clean and are safer for your feathered friend.

Small bird cages are ideally for small birds, however it is not necessary that all small birds should be kept in small cages. Most small birds are more active and they require more room. They love to climb from perch to perch and fly around inside their cages. One good benefit of this size of cage is that it is lightweight and is easy to transport anytime and anywhere, very useful for traveling. These cages are cheaper and don't take up a lot of space. One could easily fit anywhere in your home especially if you have a small place.

On the other hand, large birds will require a bigger cage. Large bird cages are sturdy in order to accommodate large active birds. Your birds need a home that is comfortable for them to live in. They need an ample space to spread their wings widely and do some exercise. Remember that birds are also like humans, they need enough exercise to become healthy and freedom to move around. Larger cages are available in a variety of materials, such as wood, metal, iron, stainless steel, and acrylic.

From small to large bird cages, let us now look at the visual aspect of a cage. Wooden bird cages are considered as the most beautiful cages in any style. They are usually made of cherry, oak, pine, maple, and laminate. Despite the beauty of these cages, most wooden cages are difficult to clean. So if you really want one of these cages, bare this in mind when making your purchase. They are not recommended for parrots, since parrots love chewing wood.

Choosing the right bird cage for your pet needn't be that difficult. Simply consider the comfort and safety for your bird, along with what you find to be visually appealing. Copyright 2010 Wholesale bird feeders.


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