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Old 02-11-2017, 05:52 PM
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I saw a post on here about safe woods for perches and I had some more questions about that.
1 I work in a saw mill that where the wood is dried is itsafeto use from there or do I have to go out and get branches.

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It's dependent on the type of wood, if the wood is treated.
Even branches have to be safe from pollution, pesticides and from the correct trees.

Have a look at this link about safe wood for a better understanding. Bird; Birds: Safe, Toxic Trees, Woods. Safe Tree Wood. Parrots. Parrot cages.
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The wood there is never treated unless they put it out side then it is sprayed with a vegie based wax because of the enviromental regulations
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You do not want to use wood that has been treated with wax.
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I would be cautious even with the untreated wood if the other wood is treated close by.

And again, it still needs to be the correct type of wood.
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Ok. Here the wood is never treated with any chems only some gets sprayed at the end with the vegy based wax
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On another topic what can I feed him as far as fresh fruits and vegetables
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Please take the time to read the stickies and the Budgie Articles as was recommended in my Private Message to you as well as the Visitor message as well as in your initial thread below linked below, and you will find the answers to these basic questions on your own.

https://talkbudgies.com/determining-g...my-budgie.html

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