|Bird Type||Canary, Cockatiel, Cockatoo...||Cockatiel, Parakeet||Cockatiel, Parakeet||Budgie, Canary||Cockatiel, Conure, Lovebird|
|Material||Metal, Coated Metal||Metal, Coated Metal||Metal, Coated Metal||Metal, Coated Metal||Steel, Coated Metal|
|Features||—||Carry Handle||—||—||Removable Pan|
This is PERFECT for my green cheeked conure. I will replace the dowel with a sea grass mat for comfort but it’s good if you need it in a pinch. The cage has plenty of room for her to hop around, play, explore, eat and relax comfortably while traveling. It comes with 2 bowls that you can position anywhere you choose. It fits perfectly in my car, not too bulky/heavy and I would definitely recommend to traveling bird owners or even a night time cage. I love it.
My girls fit wonderfully in it! Could fit a pigeon without the perch in it!
Very happy with the quality of this cage. It will be used for a travel cage for my bird and also for taking it outside to enjoy the fresh air. This was my first purchase from Chewy and it was a very good experience. Will be ordering more bird supplies from them in the future.
This cage is perfect! Great quality with durable bars, the metal food and drink containers included are much better than plastic. It's lightweight and easy to carry,
This cage was so easy to assemble! It is light weight and easy to move around.
Hefty build quality Steel bowls Wood perch Great value/quality.
I like this cage for a bird the size of a cockatiel or a conure... Bar spacing is to wide for a budgie...
I bought this based on the description that it was adequate for birds as small as a finch- it's not! I should have paid better attention to the bar spacing which is 3/4". Bar spacing for a cockatiel (nevermind a finch) should be between 1/2"-5/8." Even if the entire bird could fit though, they could still get their head stuck with improperly spaced bars. The description needs to be revised! This would be more adequate for a bird more like a Senegal or Meyers size.
I had one budgie in this cage recovering from illness and he managed to escape the cage between the bars. I checked the door, corners, everything for gaps and he definitely squeezed through the bars. On the occasions where I've transported a budgie and cockatiel to the vet, I've had no problem with them in these cages. Granted, I don't think the budgie tried to escape in this situation. The cage is sturdy and assembles easily. It doesn't feel flimsy when assembled. You still need to make sure all the clamps are secured properly. I like that it collapses down for storage. I recommend it for a cockatiel or conure sized bird.
Let my bird crawl in and out for treats a few days. Closed the door for first time this AM and she seemed more puzzled then concerned. Off to vet tomorrow. Easy to assemble. Used my own natural wood perch. Experimented a bit for bowl placement. Will use orange pieces rather than water during transport.