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Birds in Avaries
Apart from well-domesticated bird species, keeping birds in aviaries is obviously preferred whenever possible. The aviary, usually being larger than most cages, allows birds far more exercise and this usually accounts for healthier birds. However, even aviaries must be carefully considered for their suitability for the species or group of birds that are to be housed. There are many books on the subject such as The Cage & Aviary Bird Handbook. Aviaries are usually preferred where breeding of wild bird species is contemplated.
Blue Dacnis
Dacnis cayana
Blackbird female
Turdus merula
Bronze-winged Pigeon
Phaps chalcoptera
Lesser Redpoll
Acanthis flammea cabaret
Common redstart
Phoenicurus phoenicurus
Fledgeling Amazilia Hummingbird
Amazilia amazilia dumerilii
Abyssinian Lovebird
Agapornis taranta
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