After bringing your new parakeet cages home, the first thing you need to decide is where to put them. Parakeets are social birds and would appreciate being part of the family. As a result, the parakeet cages should be placed in the living or dining room. In this way, your parrot will not feel like her birdcage is isolated and away from the every day hustle & bustle.
You may also want to change your pets’ scenery from time to time by moving the parakeet cages to different areas of the house. When shopping for parakeet cages, keep in mind that a Conure cage will do just fine, as these birds are relatively close in size.
The Perfect Parakeet Cages
The Hybrid parakeet cages measure 36”H x 36”L x 24”D, which is perfect for parakeets. It has a shallow depth, making it easier to move around or fit in corners. If you’re shopping for multiple bird species, you’ll be happy to learn that this company also sells cockatiel cages, finch cages and even African grey cages. In fact these parakeet cages can actually be used as a finch avairy. So they serve multiple purposes.
Keeping it Eye Level
Because parakeet cages are relatively small in size, it is a good idea to purchase a stand for your bird cage. This keeps your parrot and their bird enclosure at eye level. A 24 inch stand would be ideal. Custom Cages’s stands also come with adjustable shelves, providing ample space to store a variety of bird-supplies.