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Purchase the size and style of cage designed for your bird. Buy the largest cage you can with the correct bar spacing for your parrot species, the owner must take final responsibility for determining if the cage is correctly sized. Bar strength, gaps larger than the bar spacing, bottom grills, ornamentation, ladders, toys, and sharp corners may all present hazards. Place perches away from locations that are above food and water containers. You may wish to add different diameter perches and a grooming perch. Tree branches also make good perches - apple, willow, alder, poplar, aspen and citrus branches make good choices but don't use any part of Cherry trees. Clean all cage parts and bars to remove dust and contamination. Food and water dishes should be sterilized. If you don't have a pull out tray with a corncob bedding, add butcher paper to the bottom tray. Clean or change the paper when needed. If a grill is used on the bottom of the cage, it should be cleaned when the paper is changed. Wipe down the bars and base of the cage as needed, and remove any feces or food. Check that all feeders and doors are securely closed at all times many birds can escape from average door clasps! Change food and water when soiled regardless of whether some remains. Allow your companion out for carefully supervised exercise and play on a daily basis. Wait until your companion is fledged to have your parrots wing feathers trimmed. Trimming can reduce the chances of escape or accident. However even trimmed birds can fly so be careful. Your avian veterinarian can assist you with this process, DO NOT try to do this yourself unless you are certain that you are familiar with the process. Selecting a proper location is most important for several reasons. Drafts are deadly to exotic birds and should be avoided whether from an Air Conditioner or from a window. All birds need loads of indirect light or short periods of direct light however there should always be some shade available to your companion. Outdoor locations are not acceptable under any circumstances until a vaccine is created for West Nile Virus. However any outdoor aviary should only be used during daylight hours and under supervision. Many predators like Raccoons will attack birds and either maim them or kill them. These problems occur nearly always at night. Kitchens are generally not recommended due to the abundance of hazards. Bathrooms are also dangerous places with toilets to drown a bird and chemicals let alone sharp stuff. Also remember that your parrot, like you, enjoys attention from loved ones and variety! Provide a jungle of toys for your companion's diversion while in the cage. Allow enough free space for wing exercises. Rotate toys to keep things from getting to boring. Caution always be sure to provide properly sized and safe toys.