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A&E Cage Company A&E Cage Company Flight Bird Cage

Ideal for small to medium sized birdsDurable, safe and non-toxic powder-coated finishLarge front door & feeder door locks2 wood perches & 2 feeder stationsBottom shelf for storage
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Is this cage large enough for 3 Cockatiels?

We have mama, daddy and son (all adults) and I need a larger cage.
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yes although dont make the son third wheel. sometimes they will get depressed and feel left out when there are three birds.
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is this big enough for two budgies?

I need a cage for the budgies i will get in the future.
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This cage is plenty big for several budgies.
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How well are the cage and the stand attached?

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The cage sets in the stand. It is not attached. However, it is very sturdy. It does not slide and does not come up or down without a good lift
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Perches?

There's a whole lot of room in this cage. I'm thinking of moving my bird into one of these since it's much bigger. I wondered what perches you guys thought worked best for this cage. I know it comes with two perches and I have two screw-in ones, along with a swing and a rope. I'm afraid my other ones won't work well in this cage. Thanks in advance.
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I have two budgies and in addition to the perches that come with the cage I put a few of the natural screw-in perches in, one 32" rope going from the left side of the cage to the right and two shorter ropes (one of them going from a perch down to the food bowls). I also hung one of these long bungee ropes from the top of the cage. The birds like to sit and climb on it.
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