Sun Deck Large 12-3/4" x 7-1/2"
Great for finches too!
These are wonderful cage accessories for small birds too. I use them in three ways -
1. They are good platforms to support nest boxes.
2. For my finches that scorn boxes and insist on nesting in the greenery, I cover the grid with paper towel and secure a piece of plastic mesh canvas across the back to keep nesting materials from falling out of the cage, shape the greenery over and around the platform to anchor the grass - instant shrubbery nest that the birds readily accept - after thinking about it for a day or two.
3. I clip on a couple of layers of paper towel with small binder clips to make a platform. The finches love to sit on these. I also use them for small treat dishes. The bonus is that larger food dishes can be placed under them on the cage floor, "roofing" the dish over to keep the food clean. I have also used two or three one above the other. This maximizes perching/feeding space in the cage, and the finches have no hesitation in going to the middle ones. I couldn't manage my flight without them.
If you have a fair sized cage, these are worth experimenting with. I use the small size, but just purchased a large one because I wanted a larger "roof" for a watering station.
January 26, 2013
LOVE IT! I've listed ldeas for this product!
Try weaving fabric or paper scrapes in and out the wires, my parrots love the flat surface on their feet, and love picking at the fabric threads. Also gives you a place to place food treats and foot toys that wont fall to the bottom of the cage.
Hours of fun!
March 3, 2011
Great product for birds.
This product is a really nice addition to any bird's cage. It easily hooks anywhere on a horizontal bar, and my green cheek conure loves to sit on it, play on it, and most of all, hang upside down from it! It also makes a good shelf to sit on outside of the cage as well.
January 20, 2011
This sun deck is built with thick wire and the epoxy coating is very thick. I am very thrilled that it is so strong. Thanks DrsFosterSmith!
January 14, 2011