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Cage Revolution

Discover the evolution of cage design.

By Patricia Sund

A pet bird plays in a newly-renovated cage

For as long as man has held a fascination with birds, he has understood the necessity for their housing while under his care. Despite their straightforward structure and uncomplicated intention, bird cages have transformed from simple, boxy reed and wood structures to some of the most imaginative and complicated miniature architectural configurations ever created. As time went on, and our understanding and knowledge of better avian care and husbandry developed, the bird cage changed yet again to a more straightforward and utilitarian design.

 **For the full article, pick up the 2011 Birds USA at your local retailer or by purchasing a PDF download here.**


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