When you are choosing a bird cage, you are thinking about your particular bird requirements. Some birds appreciate long and tall cages and some would like wide bird cages. Wider cages are fit for birds that like jumping from perch to perch and don’t really need to fly high up. In fact, for some birds the width is much more important than the height. Read about your bird’s requirements to get an idea what kind of cage it will need. Once you choose the cage, make sure you have enough space to install it. Don’t put cages in the corners, most birds don’t like such placing.
If you are looking for walk in bird cages, make sure you buy one from a trusted manufacturer. Large cages are most comfortable for the birds. If you are looking to breed some pigeons or other birds, the walk in aviaries will be a great idea. However, you must measure your territory to make sure such an aviary will fit comfortably. There should be enough space around it as well.
If you are buying a large cage, take a look at stands for bird cages. Some people are placing large bird cages on different wooden furniture. This is not a great idea since, such furniture might be ruined by the birds and the garbage they always throw out of their cages. Special stands for cages are good since they save you space and make the mess easier to clean. There are different cages to choose from out there. Browse some of them to get an idea of which one will suit you best. Make sure the stand is not too high, so the cleaning process doesn’t become a problem. Don’t place a stand near walls. The birds like to bite down on everything around them. If they can reach the walls with their beaks, they might be damaged.