how to build love birds cage

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  • Wood
  • Nails
  • Staple gun
  • Building staples
  • Wire mesh
  • Wire cutters
  • Gloves
  • Water bowl
  • Cable ties
  • Padlock
  • Food dish

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  • Bird enthusiast “I wanted to do more research to make it as comfortable for the birds as possible because I’ve been considering getting Fischers lovebirds.” (They go by Tempest and Lotus!) And this was a huge help in creating the ideal enclosure for them. “. ” more .

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First, create a square frame for the birdcage by nailing four pieces of wood together. After that, carry out the procedure five more times to obtain a total of six square frames. Next, cover each frame with a piece of wire mesh using a staple gun, and then cut a hole in the middle of one of the pieces to create the cage’s door. Ultimately, create a cube-shaped cage by covering the entire area with a square piece of wire mesh and fastening all of the frames together. Continue reading for advice on selecting the ideal size for your birdcage!


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A pair of lovebirds should be kept in a cage that is at least 32 inches wide, 20 inches long, and 20 inches high in order to accommodate them comfortably. But since lovebirds enjoy taking flights, you should give them the biggest cage you can fit them in. Choose a cage with bars no more than 3/8 of an inch apart, and make sure the door latches firmly, to keep your lovebirds from escaping. To ensure that your birds get a good night’s sleep, you’ll also need a cage cover. Continue reading for advice from our co-author who is a veterinarian regarding where to store the cage in your home!