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Old 12-30-2016, 02:27 AM   #11
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I have one of the large (wide, not tall) vision cage. Everyone's bird is different, but mine tend to hand out only on the top of the cages so a tall cage would end up with a lot of wasted space. I also like more celing space to hang toys from. One of my girls is a real seed tosser and i love the cage catches all her mess she's really the worst of all four.
Oh and just for thought I have seen the medium and the large side by side, it's not a huge difference so I would go for the large it will hardly take anymore space.
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I have one of the large (wide, not tall) vision cage. Everyone's bird is different, but mine tend to hand out only on the top of the cages so a tall cage would end up with a lot of wasted space. I also like more celing space to hang toys from. One of my girls is a real seed tosser and i love the cage catches all her mess she's really the worst of all four.
Oh and just for thought I have seen the medium and the large side by side, it's not a huge difference so I would go for the large it will hardly take anymore space.
Thank you that is actually so helpful!
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Old 01-14-2017, 10:33 PM   #13
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http://ca-en.hagen.com/Bird/Housing/Hybrid-Cages/83300 here's my ideal cage.
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I would like vision cages if they weren't so over priced. For the same $80 you'd spend on a large vision cage you can get a flight cage that is over twice as big, on a rolling stand.

https://www.amazon.com/Wrought-Fligh...ds=flight+cage
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I think M01 is good for a pair.
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My sister has a large cage like the one Seamonkey suggests. It's very nice.
Ollie has a large vision cage which he really likes. since he is clipped, he doesn't need a whole lot of room to roam. He plays on the bottom of it most all the time.
I use the stainless cups. Far superior than plastic.
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