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Old 07-02-2019, 09:27 PM
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What specifically are you trying to make?

If you are making a playground, then grapevine branches would be a great choice.

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What specifically are you trying to make?

If you are making a playground, then grapevine branches would be a great choice.
my bird already has her own big playground/play stand, what im trying to do is just a deocr thing as im currently decorating. have you ever seen that rustic type of decor, that has a lot of natural elements, like the nordic type style, where a lot of logs or tree branches are used for decor. for example iv seen people use birch poles just put in the corner of a room as a deocoration.

ill attach some photos i found off google images to this thread to show you what i mean (hope its ok to do that)

im trying to achieve something like that, it isnt actually meant for the bird but as you know, budgies don't leave anything alone lol. i dont really mind her playing with it aswell but i just want to make sure whatever i use is safe just in-case she does mess with it.

having a real hard time 1) figuring out what type of wood to use that is safe for my bird and 2) actually trying to find somewhere to buy a peice the size i need.

think i might give up on the idea lol
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Ah, now I understand!
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Ah, now I understand!
Iv had some luck and found someone local who supplies Mountain ash, on the safe wood list it states it as safe but i couldnt find anything regarding the bark. do you happen to know if the bark on the mountain ash is safe?
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Yes, Mountain Ash (Rowan) wood and bark is safe for use with budgies.

Please ensure the wood has not been treated with pesticides or any chemicals.
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Yes, Mountain Ash (Rowan) wood and bark is safe for use with budgies.

Please ensure the wood has not been treated with pesticides or any chemicals.
Ok great. Thank you for all your help
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You're very welcome, Carla.
I'd like to see a picture of your finished product when it's completed!
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