Having a big bird as a pet surely has some challenges with one of those being, finding a comfortable cage for the feathered creature. Selecting a large bird cage for your beloved pet bird can be quite tricky but there are lots of options for owners regardless of the size of their pet.
The very first thing I picture when thinking about a large bird cage is the bird sanctuary in our town which houses many different types of birds of all shapes, colors and sizes.
It is one of my favorite places to visit and among the attractions the bird sanctuary offers a wonderful colorful, tropical bird that is seated in a large bird cage. This attractive animal welcomes visitors with its beauty and grace and its cage is sufficiently sized to permit the tropical wonder to move and fly unreservedly in his habitat.
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Not so many people can afford such a sight in their homes but one of my very close friends has come real close. She’s an artist and she likes her birdies so when her home was being built she shared the design with the designer that encompassed a large bird cage built right into the home.
The planning of the room is brilliant and clean up is fast and simple because there is a drain built right into the floor. The bird’s messes are simply washed down the drain in very little time and this design has saved my friend a substantial amount of time cleaning messes that her great, colorful feathered friend leaves.
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Birds love large enclosures which allows them to fly easily around the room and this cage is situated so near to the outside that it appears to mix into the landscape. There is a pretty wall painting inside the structure which serves as an enticing talking point among guests that visit her home as well as the inhabitant of this spectacular cage.
Naturally, this kind of room is not very suited for each home but it serves as an amazing alternative option to the everyday aviary should you consider building an enclosure of your own for your bird friends.
I really like to take my child to see the large bird cage and its inhabitant at my friend’s house as there is no cover charge and I am always certain that the bird is as thrilled to see us as we are to see them.