Do you need a bird cage for different birds that cannot be together? Some birds need to be separated for various reasons.
Maybe you are a breeder? We have a variety of breeder (divided) cages. Sometimes getting a new bird works well while other times you do need to separate the birds.
Always purchase the largest size cage that you can afford and fit in your household. Minimum cage size recommendations are the absolute smallest size of cage your bird can live in. When purchasing a cage, especially a larger cage, ensure that the bar spacing is appropriate for your bird. A cage for a larger parrot that has wide bar spacing is not suitable for a small finch, for example. The following is a chart that can serve as a guideline for selecting a cage with the correct bar spacing for your bird.
|Species||Min. Cage Size||Bar Spacing|
|Finches (More >>)||18″x18″x30″||1/4″ to 1/2″|
|Canaries (More >>)||18″x18″x24″||1/4″ to 1/2″|
|Budgies (More >>)||18″x18″x24″||1/2″|
|Cockatiels (More >>)||20″x20″x24″||1/2″ to 5/8″|
|Lovebirds (More >>)
|Ringneck Parakeets||24″x24″x36″||1/2″ to 5/8″|
|Conures (More >>)
|24″x24″x24″||5/8″ to 3/4″|
|24″x24″x36″||5/8″ to 3/4″|
|Amazons (More >>)
Mini Macaws (More >>)
Coffin’s Cockatoos (More >>)
African Greys (More >>)
|34″x24″x36″||3/4″ to 1″|
|Large Cockatoos (More >>)||36″x48″x48″||1″ to 1.5″|
|Large Macaws (More >>)||36″x48″x60″||1″ to 1.5″|
Check out our breeder/divided cages: https://birdcages4less.com/Merchant5/merchant.mvc?Screen=SRCH
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