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Housing Made Simple

Give your new bird everything it needs to thrive

By Birds USA Editors

In order for your bird to thrive, not just survive, it needs your kindness, excellent veterinarian care, nutritious food and outstanding housing. Housing encompasses all the things that make up its home environment — a cage, playgym, perches, toys, lighting, air circulation, bathing opportunities and food dishes.

The cage is the centerpiece of your bird’s housing. In the past, experts recommended buying the largest possible cage that you can afford and fit into your house. Today, we’re recommending that you try to find a cage that meets or goes beyond the thrive standards set by BIRD TALK magazine.

 **For the full article, pick up the 2007 issue of Birds USA**

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I really want to read the rest of this article now.
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