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What could be housed in this cage?

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Im about to buy this bird cage i love how it hangs and looks love to have it in the house. But what would fit? Finches o thought but then again i dont even know.
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What are the dimensions (including the spacing of the bars)?
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My Flock: (2) Dark Brahmas, (1) Black Australorp, (2) Golden Sebrights, (1) Old English Game Bantam, (3) Old English Game/Golden Sebright Crosses, (3) Easter Eggers

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post #3 of 4

Hello,

 

From the looks of this cage it would probably be suitable for a small amount of finches or canaries, probably no more then 3. This cage would be unsuitable for other kinds of birds though as it's bars are vertical (up and down), other parrots need horizontal bars (sideways) for climbing around and getting the exercise they need. I hope this is able to answer your question.

 

-Pekin Bantam-

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Another quick note you don't want the bars spacing to be more than around 1cm.

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