Regardless of the bird species, the bird cage should give your animal as much space as possible for flying, and at the same time provide enough opportunities for retreat. The larger, the better – this applies in particular when keeping several birds in a bird cage. Every bird should also be allowed daily free flights in your home.
Finally, it should also be varied within the cage walls. In addition to obligatory feeding oats and drinking sites, depending on the type of bird, a bathing house is also a basic feature. Whether it’s a budgerigar or a parrot – the cage should be big enough to allow the bird to stand in it with his whole body. A grooved bottom prevents slipping. The cage bottom is covered with bird sand, which essentially fulfils two functions: on the one hand, the sand absorbs the bird’s excretions, which can be easily removed. On the other hand, it benefits the health of the animal. In order to make everyday life as exciting as possible, a bird toy is necessary in every bird’s household. Swinging and roding are ideal for relaxing in comfort. Balls, rattles, ropes or entire playgrounds serve for a short time and keep your bir