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Installs in seconds on all wire cagesTwist on/off bathing dish makes it easy to cleanHeavy duty durable plastic designCan be used inside or outside of cageIdeal for lovebirds, canaries, finches, parakeets, cockatiels and other small and medium sized birds
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how to put the water in a bird bath ideal for cockatiels?

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Personally I would first ensure the water was spring water and not tap. I would then pour it in at a lukewarm temp so your bird can see what you are doing. I believe the sights and sounds of the pouring water helps to entice the bird to give it a try.
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Just use regular tap water.
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1. Pour slowly, till half full 2.Stop pouring. 3.Don't leave important documents, letters, or mail near where the water will spray. 4.Watch your bird go crazy.
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