A bird bath is a source of physical and mental stimulation for pet birds. When choosing one to place inside your feathered pet’s enclosure, pick one that’s spacious enough for the bird to splash around, but not too big that getting out of the bird bath will be difficult. Take note that many species of birds can’t swim. But for those that can swim, the water should be deep enough so they can dip their faces and necks and keep them clean.
If your pet is a non-swimmer, bird baths should only be placed inside the cage when you’re around to keep a close eye on the bird. And playing with water should be made earlier in the day so that the bird’s feathers are completely dry before the temperatures drop during the night as they can easily become dangerously chilled. Click this website to learn more.