With the seemingly never-ending supply of birdcages to choose from, along with the high prices, selecting a cage can be a difficult and dreaded task. One of the most important factors to consider in your selection process is the size of the cage. As long as bar spacing is the appropriate size for your bird, a bigger cage is always better. For larger birds, we recommend at least 1-1/2 times your bird's adult wingspan in width, depth, and height. For smaller birds, a flight cage can provide the room needed for flying.
Featherland Series Cathedral Cage - Designed with full size Macaws and large Cockatoos in mind, this is the roomiest cage we offer. Available in 3 different styles, including stainless steel. Stainless steel, though higher priced, is very popular because it's virtually birdproof, rust resistant, won't chip like painted cages, and its nonporous structure is easy to clean and sanitize.
Select Series Rancho Cage - Housing has tremendous impact on birds' susceptibility to disease, behavior problems, and breeding capabilities. To keep them safe, secure, and healthy, birds need a cage that is big on space, cleanliness, and intelligent design. You'll find all this and more in the Rancho.
Model F030 Flight Cage/Aviary - A flight cage should be long enough to allow side-to-side flight and wide enough for flapping clearance, a minimum 5"-8" more than your bird's wingspan. This flight cage offers ample room at an affordable price.