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Homemade Perches

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Old 08-07-2016, 03:54 PM   #21
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Worst drawing ever, made it on my phone, but I guess it'll have to do since I can't find an image of it on google images :P

The lines "through" the stick would be the slits I was talking about. And you would put one of the wires through there. Does that make sense?
I have always made my own perches as Lore demonstrated. I use a Little coping saw. I would recommend a little ID knowledge though as not all tree branches are safe, I.e. I never use cherry.
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Old 08-08-2016, 06:16 PM   #22
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Well, I must be the loosest screw in the bunch! I don't go to all that work. I just break my green branches so that the ends are thinner than the middle and put them in the cage whichever way they fit. Sometimes at an angle, sometimes straight across etc. I'm lazy plus I don't have many handtools so I keep it simple. Also, you don't have to have the ends sticking out very far to still be sturdy. Ho hum, think I'll take a nap now. lol
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