- Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 19 x 24.6 cm ; 617 g
- Item model number: 83385
- ASIN: B001B599DM
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 8 September 2014
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #27,335 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
Vision Bird Breeding Box
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- Ideal Fit For Budgies, Finches And Small Birds
- Encourages Natural Breeding And Nesting Behaviors In Birds
- Suitable For Mounting Inside Of A Cage
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Torri Budgies And Finches Breeding Box Provides A Suitable Breeding Ground For Small Birds Like Finches And Budgies. Has A Sturdy Finish Ad Comes With A Seated Perch.
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Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
I use a folded paper towel on the bottom before putting at least 2" of nesting material on top of that because the bottom is slippery. This prevents the birds from accidentally sliding the nesting material away and babies getting splayed legs.
I've used several different nesting material and the best I've found is folding paper towels and then cutting thin strips. Then I continually provide my lovebirds a paper towel folded in half in another part of the cage and they shred it and carry it to the nest themselves as they need it. I also provide them wet palm fronds they like to shred and use, I know this is safe for lovebirds but of you have a different kind of bird make sure it's safe before using it.
I was using organic peat moss but one of my babies got one of the tiny stems stuck in its nasal cavity, thankfully he's fine but another one died from inhaling the small particles/dust that comes off the peat so I would not recommend it.