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    ITEM#: 15591111

    Trixie's Aviary bird house is ideal for parakeets, finches and other small birds. The solid pine construction and use of the finest materials means this shelter will endure years of use with very little maintenance.

    • Brand: Trixie Pet Products
    • Name: Aviary
    • Model: 55951
    • Color: Glazed pine
    • Materials: Pine, powder-coated metal lattice, composite asphalt shingles, metal hardware, hard-plastic
    • Size: 71 inches high x 31 inches wide x 31 inches deep
    • Weight: 67 pounds
    • Weatherproof finish inside and out
    • Closure Type: Metal hinges and slide latches
    • Ventilation: Powder-coated metal lattice, wood paneling at back to protect against wind
    • Accessories: Two (2) perches, climbing frame, ladder, feeding tray, two (2) stainless steel bowls, horizontal bars for climbing and attaching toys, side flap for attaching birdbath, three (3) different sized doors at the front with wood paneling at the back, extra floor grid prevents birds from flying out when plastic pull-out tray is removed
    • Suitable for multiple small birds such as parakeets and finches
    • Washing instructions: Pull-out plastic tray for quick and easy cleaning
    • Quick and easy assembly
    • All hardware included

    Specs

    Features
    Pet Bird
    Assembly Assembly Required
    Bird Type Parakeet
    Color Brown
    Pet Size Large
    Wire Spacing .5 Inch
    Dimensions See Details
    Warranty 1 year Manufacturer
    Model Number 55951
    Country of Origin China

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    • Most Recent

    • Great for the price
      Verified Purchase

      My husband and I purchased this aviary for our birds (5 canaries and 2 European Goldfinches) as a way to trial having an outdoor aviary. We wanted to see what it would be like for the birds without having to shell out $1000+ or spend time building an aviary ourselves. Overstock doesn't allow pictures, but I'm going to review it on Amazon as well and add pictures. Shipping was super quick: bought it Saturday night, arrived by Tuesday night. It was much larger than we first thought it would be, which was a pleasant surprise. Assembly was simple and took about an hour to put together (with a good electric drill/screwdriver). However, you DEFINITELY need 2 people to put this together. I can't imagine assembling this by myself, as the pieces were large and cumbersome. We opted against using the platform and the ladder, as I didn't want to be cleaning bird crap off of those every other day. Also, while the hanging perch in the middle is wonderful and our birds love it, the other long perches it came with are pointless. They don't anchor to the bars and roll around when the birds try to land on them, causing them to have to fly off of them anyway. We purchased our own natural wood perches from pet stores that anchor/screw to the bars. The bottom has a metal grate, so that when you take the tray out to clean it and replace paper, the birds can't fly out. This seems like something simple, but I was surprised at the number of large aviaries on the market that don't have this simple design. The bowls that came with are great as well. We fill them with water and place them on the bottom of the cage. The birds love taking a bath in them! We attached small padlocks to all the doors, because the latches are slightly flimsy. This wouldn't be a problem inside, but with the birds being outside, I was worried about raccoons, squirrels, or family kids messing with the doors. You might want to consider the sex of your birds before releasing them inside this aviary too. We have 2 male canaries that have always been in separate cages, and we debated whether to place them together or not. After reading online articles and books about aviaries, the reviews were mixed. Some people said it was OK, while others said don't do it. We decided to give it a try and within a day discovered that it would never work. When one male wanted to "sing" and attract the females, the other male would dive-bomb him and vice-versa, causing a fight to ensue. We decided to give it a day or two, hoping they would calm down. But after watching them pull each others' feather out, my husband took the male out that we don't want to breed right now. While my husband has had birds for 22 years and myself for 7, we have never owned an aviary before, so it was trial and error. Perhaps males can only live together in VERY large aviaries??? Who knows . . . One last thing: If you don't have a bird net, I recommend getting one, because once you put your birds in this aviary, there is NO WAY to get them out without one. Don't be fooled by the old adage that birds will fly upward when entering or opening an aviary. While this is generally true, I had a learning experience with this aviary, and luckily we still had it inside. I opened the large bottom door to replace water bowls, and one bird quickly flew out into our house. I will never make that mistake again! :)

      Read More
    • Love this Bird Cage!
      Verified Purchase

      Big box arrived - little white snow gets everywhere yet only one piece was broken. The very top portion of the cage that fits in between/on top of the right/left side of roof that you really don't see. Directions can be better - there was a lot of assumption/guess work going on as it wasn't very detailed. My little girl and I put it together in about 1 1/2 hours. We love the outcome of the overall project. I was hesitant at first since this is for our Sunday Conure. Yet, the purpose of the cage is for Phoenix to be outside with us in the backyard. It need a good coverage on top as there are eagles and hawks in our area and I didn't want to see Phoenix being lifted away. I've added some of his toys in the cage and he absolutely loves it! Looking forward to warmer weather so we can put the cage outside.

      Read More
    • nice, but....
      Verified Purchase

      Its a beautiful bird house, just dont put birds in it that like to chew wood

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    • Not Happy
      Verified Purchase

      I received this two days ago and was very disappointed. First off the measurements are off. It is 27.5 inches not 30.5 in length and width so was not happy since I ordered two to put them together and make one large aviary. I am not one to send something back so I made do with what was sent. Second and very importantly it is made of Cedar NOT Pine like one description said. I had to let it air out before putting my finches that I had shipped to my house because cedar has stronger fumes than Pine. Several of the metal grills were bent and had to be bent back in place. The packing of the aviary needs serious rethinking. The hanging perch on one was broken because they put the perch through the grate so when it was broken it bent the grill. One of the doors didn't have a screw in the bottom so it wanted to fall down a little but luckily it didn't come into play once it was put together. Also the instructions main language is in German with english as an alternate language below that. I'm sorry I live in the USA, I bought the item in the USA, it was shipped in the USA to another location in the USA the primary instructions better be in English. I never leave reviews but felt I had to on this one due to the disappointment I had from this. I made it work and with putting two together I was able to make a very nice aviary for my finches but will be hesitant to buy another product from this manufacturer due to the several issues with this.

      Read More
    • Temporary Housing
      Verified Purchase

      The cage would be perfect if my parakeets preferred to live in it rather than chew holes through it. Be warned, if your birds love to chew soft wood, this is not the cage to purchase. Great concept, but after six months, I will most likely have to replace this cage. Too much money for six months worth of cage. Perhaps use a harder wood.

      Read More
    • Most Helpful

    • nice, but....
      Verified Purchase

      Its a beautiful bird house, just dont put birds in it that like to chew wood

      Read More
    • Great for the price
      Verified Purchase

      My husband and I purchased this aviary for our birds (5 canaries and 2 European Goldfinches) as a way to trial having an outdoor aviary. We wanted to see what it would be like for the birds without having to shell out $1000+ or spend time building an aviary ourselves. Overstock doesn't allow pictures, but I'm going to review it on Amazon as well and add pictures. Shipping was super quick: bought it Saturday night, arrived by Tuesday night. It was much larger than we first thought it would be, which was a pleasant surprise. Assembly was simple and took about an hour to put together (with a good electric drill/screwdriver). However, you DEFINITELY need 2 people to put this together. I can't imagine assembling this by myself, as the pieces were large and cumbersome. We opted against using the platform and the ladder, as I didn't want to be cleaning bird crap off of those every other day. Also, while the hanging perch in the middle is wonderful and our birds love it, the other long perches it came with are pointless. They don't anchor to the bars and roll around when the birds try to land on them, causing them to have to fly off of them anyway. We purchased our own natural wood perches from pet stores that anchor/screw to the bars. The bottom has a metal grate, so that when you take the tray out to clean it and replace paper, the birds can't fly out. This seems like something simple, but I was surprised at the number of large aviaries on the market that don't have this simple design. The bowls that came with are great as well. We fill them with water and place them on the bottom of the cage. The birds love taking a bath in them! We attached small padlocks to all the doors, because the latches are slightly flimsy. This wouldn't be a problem inside, but with the birds being outside, I was worried about raccoons, squirrels, or family kids messing with the doors. You might want to consider the sex of your birds before releasing them inside this aviary too. We have 2 male canaries that have always been in separate cages, and we debated whether to place them together or not. After reading online articles and books about aviaries, the reviews were mixed. Some people said it was OK, while others said don't do it. We decided to give it a try and within a day discovered that it would never work. When one male wanted to "sing" and attract the females, the other male would dive-bomb him and vice-versa, causing a fight to ensue. We decided to give it a day or two, hoping they would calm down. But after watching them pull each others' feather out, my husband took the male out that we don't want to breed right now. While my husband has had birds for 22 years and myself for 7, we have never owned an aviary before, so it was trial and error. Perhaps males can only live together in VERY large aviaries??? Who knows . . . One last thing: If you don't have a bird net, I recommend getting one, because once you put your birds in this aviary, there is NO WAY to get them out without one. Don't be fooled by the old adage that birds will fly upward when entering or opening an aviary. While this is generally true, I had a learning experience with this aviary, and luckily we still had it inside. I opened the large bottom door to replace water bowls, and one bird quickly flew out into our house. I will never make that mistake again! :)

      Read More
    • Love this Bird Cage!
      Verified Purchase

      Big box arrived - little white snow gets everywhere yet only one piece was broken. The very top portion of the cage that fits in between/on top of the right/left side of roof that you really don't see. Directions can be better - there was a lot of assumption/guess work going on as it wasn't very detailed. My little girl and I put it together in about 1 1/2 hours. We love the outcome of the overall project. I was hesitant at first since this is for our Sunday Conure. Yet, the purpose of the cage is for Phoenix to be outside with us in the backyard. It need a good coverage on top as there are eagles and hawks in our area and I didn't want to see Phoenix being lifted away. I've added some of his toys in the cage and he absolutely loves it! Looking forward to warmer weather so we can put the cage outside.

      Read More
    • Not Happy
      Verified Purchase

      I received this two days ago and was very disappointed. First off the measurements are off. It is 27.5 inches not 30.5 in length and width so was not happy since I ordered two to put them together and make one large aviary. I am not one to send something back so I made do with what was sent. Second and very importantly it is made of Cedar NOT Pine like one description said. I had to let it air out before putting my finches that I had shipped to my house because cedar has stronger fumes than Pine. Several of the metal grills were bent and had to be bent back in place. The packing of the aviary needs serious rethinking. The hanging perch on one was broken because they put the perch through the grate so when it was broken it bent the grill. One of the doors didn't have a screw in the bottom so it wanted to fall down a little but luckily it didn't come into play once it was put together. Also the instructions main language is in German with english as an alternate language below that. I'm sorry I live in the USA, I bought the item in the USA, it was shipped in the USA to another location in the USA the primary instructions better be in English. I never leave reviews but felt I had to on this one due to the disappointment I had from this. I made it work and with putting two together I was able to make a very nice aviary for my finches but will be hesitant to buy another product from this manufacturer due to the several issues with this.

      Read More
    • Temporary Housing
      Verified Purchase

      The cage would be perfect if my parakeets preferred to live in it rather than chew holes through it. Be warned, if your birds love to chew soft wood, this is not the cage to purchase. Great concept, but after six months, I will most likely have to replace this cage. Too much money for six months worth of cage. Perhaps use a harder wood.

      Read More

    Questions & Answers

    • Q:

      "I'd like to add a photo to my review - how can I do that?"

      • A:

        Hello Casie C., we do not currently have a feature which allows an image to be added to the review. Thanks for shopping with us!

    • Q:

      "About this Trixie Cage is it possible if I could get one like this but somewhat larger and 3 separate levels with 3 separate doors too house 3 different parrots? It looks like my birds may really like something like this. Donna P"

      • A:

        Hello idieclair, we do not currently have this in another size. Thanks for shopping with us!

    • Q:

      "Why did you choose this product?"

      • A:

        It is large enough to house my 13 Love birds, and even though it will not be outdoors, it looks like it might not look bad with our living room décor.

      • A:

        I have a sun conure and wanted something he could go in outside on the patio.

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    • Q:

      "did anyone put a maramoset monkey in this cage"

      • A:

        Hi batman03261965, this cage was made for birds, there is no information on it being safe for monkeys. Thank you so much. Shelia B.

    • Q:

      "is the pine pressure treated"

      • A:

        Hi batman03261965, it is just pine wood, it is not pressure treated. Thank you for making Overstock part of your shopping day. Shelia B

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