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Cockatiel Housing and Toys All discussion of cages, cage setup, aviaries, toys, play gyms, etc. should go here.

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Old 04-12-2017, 08:37 PM
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Thanks all! It'll be used as a sleep cage, if the little one happens to be prone to night frights.

Also, 3/4" is okay for 'tiels? That certainly opens up my cage options, aha. I had always assumed it'd be large enough for a head to fit through, though looking at it now it's not much more than 5/8".

Thanks again! An incredibly helpful forum...I'll be sure to stick around.
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To me, 3/4" looks like it might be big enough to stick a head through, and that's why I feel safer with 5/8". But 3/4" is considered to be safe for tiels and has the official blessing of a whole lot of people.
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