Model F030 Flight Cage/Aviary
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Wheeled flight cage at an affordable price
A terrific way to house multiple small birds
Outside access to feed cups makes mealtimes hassle-free
A roomy and economical flight cage. Features 2 large,
slide-locking front doors, each with a smaller door
within so you can access the cage without your bird
escaping. Outside-access, plastic feed cups are divided
to offer two foods. Lightweight construction and
casters ensure easy transport. Wire floor grate slides
out front for easy access. Slide-out litter tray has 2" lip
for better litter containment. 3/8" bar spacing. White
Includes: 4 food cups & 2 birch perches.
Model F030 Flight Cage
42" L x 32" W x 68" H
37.25" L x 27.25" W x 49" H
Use Cage Liner
#611805 for this cage.
Aviary Cage Assembly Instruction PDF.
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1 Top Front Panel
1 Bottom Front Panel
1 Top Back Panel
2 Wire Side Panels
1 Wire Roof Section
1 Wire Grill
1 Metal Sliding Tray
2 Wooden Perches
1 Seed Guard Set
4 Rolling Casters
1 Hex-Head Tool
4 Plastic Cups
1 Bag Assorted Steel Nuts & Bolts Assembly Instructions
Fit Top Front Panel into Bottom Front Panel, and secure with Steel Nuts and Bolts.
Attach the Right Side Panel into Front and Back Panels, and secure with Steel Nuts and Bolts.
Attach the Left Side Panel into Front and Back Panels, and secure with Steel Nuts and Bolts.
Fit the Wire Roof Section into the Wire Body, and secure with Steel Nuts and Bolts.
Attach 4 Rolling Casters into each of the legs.
Slide Wire Grill and Metal Sliding Tray into place.
Put Feeders and Perches into position.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 10
Rated by 5 out of 5 ShadoBaby Great for my Green Cheek Conure
I originally bought this cage for my dove, but she passed away over a year ago. I cleaned it up real well and now use it for my green cheek conure. The cage is HUGE. Amazing for the price.
January 23, 2016
Rated by 5 out of 5 Phineas Good quality, looks very nice, easy to put together, very roomy. Great product for a reasonable price.
This is a very attractive, roomy cage. The instructions said two peple were needed to put it together, but I managed by myself and I am a small not so strong person. I am very pleased. I bought it for my cockatiels and am seriously considering a second for my parakeets. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants a nice sized cage so their birds can fly some. The only negative is that the perches that are provided are way too fat for parakeets and probably cockatiels (haven't tried them out yet).
April 12, 2015
Rated by 5 out of 5 budgiegal The best aviary cage I ever had
I have raised budgies for years. I have had 4 large aviary cages (in the $250 to $400 price range) and numerous small cages. This was, by far, the best of all. I kicked myself for having sold it to buy a bigger one....which was horrible. I bought my cage about 12 years ago and my review is based on that cage. I don't know if any of the specs changed since then. Mine was made by Caitec, but this looks like the same design.
I didn't have any help, so It was a bit of a job to put together.
It was a huge, roomy cage that could comfortably house a dozen budgies and give them lots of flying room.
It was well made. Sturdy enough to be kept outside on my deck.
The casters made it easy to move it about.
I loved that I could pop open the top and put large branches in it.
I loved the nice big front doors and the little side doors made it easy to get things in and out of the cage. The bars on the roof made it easy to hang toys (you can't do that with solid roof aviary cages).
The plastic seed guards helped keep the debris in and the bottom door securely closed.
Mine had breeder-box openings....which I made use of.
I liked that I could use the grate as a divider and split the cage up when I wanted to breed a few pairs.
July 5, 2014
Rated by 5 out of 5 parakeetpaula Large & great value!
Cage assembled smoothly (with second person to help), and not one thing was bent or damaged. I wish the floor grate had strong framing around it, as it's a bit "flappy" when cleaning it, but basically it's fine. You can place the cage's top dead-center *or* more on one side than another, which is helpful if you want to hang boings (spring-shaped rope perches) or ladders off the end of the roof for out-of-cage playtime. Very pleased with the cage and with Drs. F & S customer service.
May 2, 2014
Drs Foster and Smith Articles
Bird Cage Selection Guide Your bird's cage should be large enough for her to sit comfortably and move freely within it and spread her wings. The cage bars should be appropriately sized to prevent escape or injury.
Give Your Bird Room to Fly Flight requires pet birds to use a complex series of thoughts and actions; it is a great teacher.
So, keep your smaller bird cage – it has its place,
but do consider adding a flight cage if space and budget permit.
Aviaries Overview A flight cage is a unique, beautiful and distinctive focal point in any home or office. Owners derive
great enjoyment from watching their birds in flight. And, at the same time, their birds enjoy many health-related benefits. See All Articles