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PostSubject: making a wire bottem for baby birds in totes or other to get off the mess   Wed Apr 07, 2010 2:35 pm

this will work for a tote or an aquarium or whatever you should
keep your baby in till he gets weaned. It's quite simple but very
effective keeping your prize bird out of the poo and pee. Start with a
plastic caoted wire mesh. Cut it 1 1/2 inches bigger than the tote or
whatever. Next cut 1 1/2 inch square from the corners. This makes it
fold properly. Place youe paper or in this case puppy pee pads in the
bottom. Fold the wire so it will raise the birdie up 1 1/2 inches off
the bottom. Place the plastic coated wire mesh in the container and
there you have it. When he gets ready to experiment with food(weaning
process you just place food
bowl in the containter. As he experiments with solid food the stuff he
drops can fall thru the mesh and his pooh also falls thru the mesh.

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PostSubject: Re: making a wire bottem for baby birds in totes or other to get off the mess   Wed Apr 07, 2010 7:32 pm

Wish I had a babie birdie. I would try that
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