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Parakeet Aviary

If you plan on keeping several parakeets, or a mixed flock of birds, an outdoor aviary may be ideal for you. An aviary gives the birds lots of space, and they will enjoy the benefit of fresh air and sunlight. An aviary can be a custom-made structure, free-standing or lean-to, or a converted outbuilding such as a shed.

outdoor parakeet aviary
An aviary gives parakeets lots of space and variety - and perches to snooze on, too!

Most aviaries are permanent homes for their owner’s birds, but some function as outdoor exercise areas or summerhouses only, with birds being confined to smaller cages during the colder winter months. If this is the arrangement you happen to have in mind, you will need to think of a way to get your birds in and out of their temporary lodgings. This will probably need to involve a net to catch the birds with.

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Linda, 1 May 2022

My parakeet keeps banging her beak on her cage. She keeps it up constantly. Why? She has another parakeet in the cage with her. But she did this before we got the other bird. We though she was lonely. It drives us mad for her to keep banging the cage.

Jane, 26 August 2019

This comment is addressing the comment made by David, Oct. 2018. Whenever I see someone wishing to breed more birds I cannot help but become saddened by this. Please try to understand that I truly mean no disrespect to you. The breeding of pets for whatever reason, spins off into so many misguided directions that all too often will lead to places like shelters, rescues or worse, euthanasia. If practical legislation that served the rights of animals, were enacted, maybe I wouldn't be sending this commentary, but none exists that I'm aware of. Responsible shelters & rescues are at least trying to take the surplus millions of animals & birds in their care be adopted to responsible people to give them a "forever" home. They do reasonable background work all in the interest of that animal to make sure it will not be dumped again. The sad reality David, is that many bred & pet shop animals will find themselves dumped at a shelter, which is why I'm urging you to separate your bird community (females in one cage, males the other). If you were doing this for income then I say please stop putting these birds to work for you. Ask yourself, can you honestly put time in to do background checks on the people you intend on selling these birds to? Can't you just love your birds for their own sake without breeding them?

Annem, 22 June 2019

I have seven budgies in an outside aviary in Sydney. It’s winter time now but the aviary is insulated so it’s warm. There are Budgie boxes for them if they want to use them and perches up high for them to keep out of the cold. I’m wondering why they choose to sleep on the aviary mesh where it’s cold. I’ve just checked on them it’s 6am and the first time I’ve seen them do this. Is this a sign of any problem?

Imama, 26 March 2019

my father bought 6 pairs of budgies after 1 or 2 week my 1 budgie died and after that second one ....its the most sad thing that ever to me....why did they die??? their cage is inside our home...and we provide them food water all basic needs .........i want to know ...why this happen??? thanks!!!

Praneeth, 20 February 2019

Hey .. thanks for the great info ....! I have got a problem of my female bird have laying eggs's her 3 egg after that the pot was fallen from top n broken the eggs r safe I transfer the eggs in a new pot n kept inside the care after that the female layed another egg their r 4 eggs I mother of that eggs is NT even sitting on them r touching them ....I am dam upset abt this ...can I plz know y the female bird is NT sitting on the eggs