DIY Armoire Aviary
The owner and creator of this armoire-turned-aviary didn’t always keep such an elaborate home for her birds. Her zebra finches were previously confined to a small cage with hardly any room to fly. So, using an old wardrobe as a starting point, the creator added support and turned the wardrobe into a beautiful aviary for her feathered friends…Documented on her blog “Empress of Creativity, ChinaMama began by reinforcing the armoire with vertical supports in each corner.
How to Build a Large Bird Cage | Cuteness
Pet birds have special needs when it comes to caging. Some birds, like canaries and finches, need cages that re long rather than tall. Other birds, like most parrots, need large cages that can hold lots of toys while still allowing the bird to spread its wings. The general rule of thumb is that bigger is always better.
RYOBI NATION - Outdoor Marmoset (monkey) cage
Built a 5ft by 4ft by 6.5ft cage, used 2x4 pressure treated wood, mesh fencing, half roof. Had to make sure the panels we're fastened tight, primates are known to find the smallest openings and escaped. This cage is by FWC standards to keep primates. Cut all the wood, and built the panels including fastening mesh in 1 day. Put all the panels up, including the roof, and fastened with brackets and screws the second day. The cage has a tunnel that connects the cage to the bedroom to the monkey…
Aviary Plans Online
Building an aviary may seem like a complex task but there are now many plans available online that you can download for free. Once you know what kind of birds you will be housing and of course how many, you can then check out the vari