Give your bird a tree house instead of a cage!
Features clear viewing panels instead of wire bars, so you can interact with your pet even while they're inside
Innovative tabletop birdcage is as unique as your bird
Bird Habitat offers birds a home that's as close to nature as possible, with a perch that simulates tree branches and abundant open space to play. Clear, bowed front and back panels provide uninhibited viewing of your pet. Features side access panels and doors, pullout grill and tray, feeder, and waterer. Feeder and waterer hang on outside of cage to save space. Waterer features colored ball to help you see the level of the water.
For small to medium sized birds. White
1 wood perch and 2 feeders.
Overall Cage Dimensions
23" L x 18" W x 23" H
20-3/4" L x 17" W x 16" H
Cage Liner #611740 for this cage.
Insert wire sides into base with doors on top opening out.
Place wire ceiling on top of sides, making sure the bolts slide through the holes.
Secure the wire hanger to the ceiling with the washers and wing nuts.
Put plastic roof on wire hanger and screw in place with hanger nut.
Place clear viewing panel into groove of wire side, then put one finger in the hole on opposite side and bend slightly to fit. Repeat for other side.
Differentiate between the two feeders. The water feeder has a smaller dispenser opening, and the seed feeder has a larger opening and a gate attached.
Fill seed feeder dispenser. For larger seed, sunflower size, take off white plastic gate. For small seed, leave gate on.
Attach base to seed feeder dispenser.
Fill water feeder. Make sure to put in colored ball, this allows you to see the level of the water. Then attach base as done in Step 3.
On bottom of wire sides, attach feeders on either side at an indented section. Grooves on the feeder's lid should clip onto a wire securing it in place.
Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 19
Rated by 5 out of 5 chameleonblu Bird tested and approved
I bought this for my mom's and my birds. My birds took to pellet foods just fine but my moms birds pitched most pellets onto the floor.
We tried several different ones and these seem to be the one they like the most. It may be because these smell wonderful!
January 30, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5
Taniav123 Real happy with our cage
Real easy to assemble. Looks great. Great quality!
Our bird loves it. Took 2 days to get used to but we can see him and he can see us.
April 20, 2014
Rated by 5 out of 5 Iquy Love it!
We have a Parrotlet and she loves the cage. It is so easy to get in side. The front slips of and you have access to everything. I love that I can see her clearly and she can see me. Everything about this cage is great. Putting the top on was a little hard.
October 25, 2013
Rated by 5 out of 5 dickychip A great buy!
I purchased 2 of these cages for my 2 canaries. They were easily assembled in one evening and the birds moved in. The first couple of days the birds were confused at not having the bars on their cage but soon got used to the clear view. With the clear view I can enjoy the beautiful colors of the birds and watch their antics without obstruction.
I have the cages hanging up but feel they would be better sitting on a table as they tend to move when I am servicing them. I do not use grates in my cages, only put one in when servicing the cage. I am not using the water/feed cups either but put my old ones on the floor of the cages.
All-in-all, I am very pleased with the quality and over-all appearance they give. If you are thinking of a new home for your bird, this is the cage for you. The new trend is for a clear view, not having to look through the bars.
September 10, 2013
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