A&E Cage Co. 24"x22" Retreat Dome Top Bird Cage
Avian Adventures Multi Vista Breeder Cage
A&E Cage Co. 24"x22" Retreat Play Top Bird Cage
A&E Cage Co. 64"x21" Double Stack Flight Cage
A&E Cage Co. 32"x21" Forte Double Stack Bird Cage
A&E Cage Co. 24"x22" Stainless Steel Retreat Play Top Bird Cage
Prevue Hendryx Pagoda Cockatiel Bird Cage
Prevue Hendryx Flight Bird Cage with Storage Shelf
Prevue Hendryx Pointed Top Floor Bird Aviary
A&E Cage Co. 32"x21"x61" Elegant Flight Cage with Opening Top
A&E Cage Co. 32"x21" Flight Cage & Stand with Double Front Door
Prevue Hendryx Deluxe Parrot Bird Cage with Play Top
A&E Cage Co. 40"x40" Macaw Flight Cage
How To Choose A Cage For Your Small Bird
Here are our recommendations for picking the best mini bird cage option for your tiny parrot.
- Overall Cage Size:
- At least 18"x18" for Canaries, Doves, Finches
- At least 20"x20" for Budgies/Small Parakeets, Cockatiels, Lovebirds, Parrotlets
- Cage Bar Spacing:
- 3/8" to 5/8" for Canaries, Doves, Finches
- 3/8" to 5/8" for Budgies/Small Parakeets, Cockatiels, Lovebirds, Parrotlets
While the absolute minimum specifications for your small parrot are shown above, we implore you to size-up if your budget allows, while making sure to not exceed the bar spacing limit shown.
A larger cage will give your parrot even more room to roam and fly around.
Speaking of flying around, providing your birdie with extra cage width is more beneficial than additional height for the most active flyers (since they tend to fly horizontally rather than vertically).