Flight Cages for Parakeets

Flight cages are an essential part of keeping parakeets healthy and content. Make sure you select the right size cage: your birds need enough space to fly and exercise. To help you decide, here’s a guide for the amount of space your parakeets need.

For One Parakeet

You’ll need a cage that’s at least 24 inches long by 18 inches wide by 18 inches high. This size of cage gives your parakeet plenty of room to fly and exercise. Include a selection of perches and toys, for mental and physical stimulation.

Or something like this:

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For Two Parakeets

When housing two parakeets, you should opt for a cage that’s at least 30 inches long by 18 inches wide by 24 inches high. This will provide your birds with the space they need, without feeling cramped. Include a variety of perches and toys, to keep them active and engaged.

Example for you:

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For Three Parakeets

If you have three parakeets, pick a cage that measures at least 36 inches long by 24 inches wide by 24 inches high. This size gives your birds enough area to fly and exercise without feeling constrained. As well as perches and toys, think about adding bird swings and ladders for something different.

Here are good option for 3 parakeets:

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For Four or More Parakeets

If four or more parakeets live in the cage, you’ll need one that’s at least 48 inches long by 24 inches wide by 36 inches high. This size ensures that your birds get enough room to move around and play. Offer a variety of perches, toys and other items, for entertainment and exercise.

Here is nice cage for a small flock of parakeets:

Final word

When choosing a flight cage for your parakeets, make sure you consider the size and the selection of items, so they stay healthy and happy.

Reyus Mammadli/ author of the article

I have had pets since childhood: cats, guinea pigs, rabbits, geese, chickens, ducks, parrots, aquarium fish and dogs (in the yard). Of course, I constantly encountered diseases of pets and treated them. Glad to be able to share my skills and experience, as well as advice on caring for and adapting these critters and birds.

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