Back Yard Cage
Everyone hates when their kids squabble. But with consistent effort and great communication, usually these little quarrels can be remedied. At one moment your kids may seem like sworn enemies, but a half an hour later they are best friends again.
Unfortunately this principle does not hold true with quarreling parrots. In many cases, once an enemy, always an enemy is the parrot’s motto. Let’s say you’ve invested in a back yard bird cage for a couple of parrots you plan to purchase. The bird aviary is well furnished and full of everything a parrot could possibly want or need. You’ve picked out a peaceful, shady spot in your backyard to assemble the aviary cage. You know your birds will simply love their new habitat.
Shortly after bringing your bird’s home, you hear constant bickering and fighting outside. So you rush to your back yard cage, only to discover that a vicious war is going on between your birds. Despite your best efforts, there seems to be no remedy for the situation. You dismally grumble that you will either have to get rid of one parrot or invest in a second back yard cage to keep these rivals apart.
Actually there is a simpler solution. Why not just purchase a divider for your parret cage?
How to Section Your Back Yard CageNot every aviary cage allows you to utilize dividers. At times, if you purchase an aviary cage, what you see is what you get. But that’s not the case with the Suncatcher birdcages. Each Suncatcher parret cage is custom made according to your specifications. Plus, our designs are so adaptable you can do almost anything with them. If you want to keep your birds apart, all you need to do is purchase a divider to create two sections in your backyard cage. This will enable your parrots to have their own space and live in peace.