1. They provide space. Whether you are looking for an acrylic bird cage, or a glass bird cage, size is an issue. A large parrot cage will provide plenty of space for you to set up feeders, toys, perches, and other accessories. When investing in custom bird cages, there is really no limit to the size you can choose.
2. They promote a bird’s physiological health. Birds who are crammed in small birdcages can develop severe physiological issues such as depression, aggression and self-mutilating behavior. Big cages are mentally and emotionally healthy for your bird. After all, parrots are wild animal by nature—they’re use to having the whole sky to themselves. As a result they need big cages to make them feel happy.
3. They encourage exercise. The more space your large parrot cage has, the more apt your bird will be to move around. If you keep your pet in a small acrylic bird cage, he’ll likely just huddle up in a corner and mope. On the other hand, if he has a large parrot cage to explore, he’ll be in constant motion.