CagesbyDesign.com is now CustomCages.com! Please Call 800-941-2243 with Questions!

Outside Bird Cages

Many bird owners find themselves struggling with this question: “Should I purchase outside bird cages or indoor bird cages?” There are advantages and disadvantages to both options. Things to consider include:

Outside Bird Cages
Click Here for Outside Bird Cages

  • Assembly: When you purchase outside bird cages from Custom Cages, assembly is a snap no matter where you place your flight cages. However, it is easier to set things up outside as you have more space to work. You don’t have to worry about squeezing through narrow hallways or hitting your elbow on the wall. As a result, setting up outside bird cages is definitely easier.
  • Maintenance. Outside bird cages require less maintenance than indoor aviaries. For example, the Suncatcher large aviaries are designed to be used either indoors or outdoors. However, the inside aviaries need a floor, a tray and tray lining for sanitary purposes. The cages will need to be cleaned on a regular basis to keep them smelling fresh. Cleaning your indoor bird cages is not difficult, especially if you utilize disposable liners. But it still requires time. Outside bird cages, on the other hand are almost maintenance free. All you have to do is spray the bottom of the cage off once in a while to get rid of dust, waste and debris.
  • Feeding—If you feed your bird in outside flight cages, clean-up is less of an issue. If your parrot throws food outside his bird cage, it’s no big deal. But if this happens while your pet is eating in indoor aviaries, you are forced to do regular clean up, unless you want rotting food smelling up your carpet. If your bird spills his seeds or food across his outside cage, again, no big deal. A broom or hose will do just fine as far as clean up. With indoor aviaries, clean up is a little more extensive, but still manageable.

When choosing flight cages for your parrots, it is really up to you concerning whether you prefer outside bird cages or indoor bird cages. The important thing is that your bird is given a well-ventilated spacious bird cage to call home.


For more information on bird cages click the links below: