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Old 02-21-2017, 05:09 AM   #1
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Brooder cage for baby parrotlet

It's still very cold to baby parrotlet in Shanghai.So I got this for him
80cm*50cm*50cm







he is 42days old and work hard on increase weight.

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A very clever place to put him when so cold. He seems very comfortable.
In the cage on the right side of the picture I noticed a plastic cup with fruit in it? The cup looks deep and may be difficult for Zaizai to get the fruit.
I like the temperature read out gage for Zaizai.
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Old 02-21-2017, 09:34 AM   #3
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A very clever place to put him when so cold. He seems very comfortable.
In the cage on the right side of the picture I noticed a plastic cup with fruit in it? The cup looks deep and may be difficult for Zaizai to get the fruit.
I like the temperature read out gage for Zaizai.
Thank you Linda.
Those are china cups for seeds、ground-up pellets,and water.He just start for dry food and weanling.Maybe I should change shallow plates for him.
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What type of wood is the cage made of? Some woods such as cedar put off odors that can be an issue for birds much less a small one. Other than that concern it looks like a nice setup.
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What type of wood is the cage made of? Some woods such as cedar put off odors that can be an issue for birds much less a small one. Other than that concern it looks like a nice setup.
Good observation Ozzie.

I think it looks absolutely adorable, and clean, and fun. Just what a little cutie like him deserves!
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What type of wood is the cage made of? Some woods such as cedar put off odors that can be an issue for birds much less a small one. Other than that concern it looks like a nice setup.
Thank you Ozzie.It's from a local breeder.He's been using this wood on all of his brooders for years.I'm not sure about the wood type it's no small and no adhesives at all.
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Thank you Ozzie.It's from a local breeder.He's been using this wood on all of his brooders for years.I'm not sure about the wood type it's no small and no adhesives at all.
I'm no wood guru but it looks pine. I say that because I am the proud owner of some fine pine bookshelves from Ikea LOL
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I was thinking pine too...sure is a very nice set up for a baby in winter!
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A very clever place to put him when so cold. He seems very comfortable.
In the cage on the right side of the picture I noticed a plastic cup with fruit in it? The cup looks deep and may be difficult for Zaizai to get the fruit.
I like the temperature read out gage for Zaizai.




Hi Linda thank you for the advice I just got the cup changed.
And what exciting is he keeping eat seeds today.
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I'm no wood guru but it looks pine. I say that because I am the proud owner of some fine pine bookshelves from Ikea LOL
I like IKEA! btw I been to the store today he said that's birch wood.
Got more stuff upgrade his brooder today

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