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Bamboo Bird Cage Construction

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Don’t think bamboo can contain a 200 gram bird?


BB Bamboo Scaffold 1, Bird And Parrot Info

Bamboo is used everywhere in modern Chinese construction

Bamboo Cage FAQ’s

Q: Is the metal in this cage bird-safe?

A: Yes – Tested levels of zinc less than 50PPM (parts per million), Tested – no lead.

Q: Does the tray come out the side or front?

A: Left side

Q: What color is the metal?

A: Bars are powder coated Volcano Black – a beautifully durable powder-coating finish mostly black with mini-flecks of white and silver

Q: Are the bars wrought iron or wire

A: Wire

Q: Does the bamboo have any coating?

A: Green and Cherry has water soluble stain. Natural is natural, no coating, may be custom coated by customer with water soluble paint.

Q: What if my bird chews at the bamboo?

A: Same as a toy, although finch and canaries no issue. Parrotlets and budgies OK, Cockatiels are probably OK, but they will chew on the inside of the cage. Bamboo is safe non-toxic.

Q: Do I need to assemble this cage?

A: Yes. Detailed instructions included. Just be careful with roof. That is, slanted roof edges meet in the middle and are slightly angled where they meet. Make sure the roof is put in proper order, then go around, clockwise, and tighten the screws bit by bit for the best possible fit. They are hand made, and the bamboo is a natural product, so slight bowing or slight uneven edges are normal

Q: Is there a warranty.

A: No warranty, but if unsatisfied, return at your own freight cost and you will receive a full refund less our cost to ship to you. Must be within 30 days of your receipt of the cage

Detailed instructions included.

Just be careful with roof. That is, slanted roof edges meet in the middle and are slightly angled where they meet.

Make sure the roof is put in proper order, then go around, clockwise, and tighten the screws bit by bit for the best possible fit.

They are hand made, and the bamboo is a natural product, so slight bowing or slight uneven edges are normal

Mitch Rezman

He's handled a 1000 birds of numerous species when they visited monthly birdie brunches in the old Portage Park (Chicago, IL) facility. The one with the parrot playground. Mitch has written and published more than 1100 articles on captive bird care. He's met with the majority of  CEO's and business owners for most brands in the pet bird space and does so on a regular basis. He also constantly interacts with avian veterinarians and influencers globally.

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