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bird cageIn choosing Decorative Bird Cages, there are a lot of factors to consider. First and foremost is the size of the cage. Birds spend most, if not all of their time inside their cage so it is important that they have lots of room to go move around in. 

Parakeets birdcages for instance really need to be big because these types of birds tend to become a little aggressive if placed in a rally complicated predicament.

Those people who are a little behind budget so find the biggest one in their lowest possible price. Cockatiel bird cages are also those that need to be in a large size. A preferred shape of a cockatiel bird cage is a square shaped one for this is where they would exist best.

Another thing to consider is the type of material used in the bird cage. One must choose carefully for there are a lot of types of cages. Some are best for birds to inhabit in while others have a characteristic that can be hazardous to the health of the birds. These hazardous cages are meant only for decorative purposes and not for birds to live in.

The cages however that are meant for bird inhabitation should be carefully checked. There are some decorative bird cages that have material which can pose a threat to the health of the bird.

These may be the chemicals used to paint the surface or maybe attachments that might pose a threat to the health of the birds.

 

 

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