Aviary Building: Home Aviary Design and Construction — HereBird.com – Bird Cage & Bird Aviary Advice, Reviews & How-To Guides

Building a new home for your birds can save you up to 80% over buying a new one. This can amount to hundreds (sometimes thousands) of dollars saved.

This is aimed at absolute beginners. You only need the most basic of tools and no existing carpentry skills.

Clear, colored, step-by-step designs provide you with all the measurements and instructions you need – it’s idiot proof.

You get plans & and designs for building both indoor and outdoor aviaries, cages, lofts and more - so take your pick.

Design 1 & 2: Portable Aviary/Cage AND Walk-in Aviary African Greys Budgies Canaries Cockatiels Cockatoos Finches Gouldians Lorikeets Lovebirds Macaws Parakeets Parrots (all other types)

Design 3 & 5: Flight Cage AND Flight Pen (All of the birds listed above, plus...) Pheasants Quails

Hey Jack, I'm just writing to say thanks as I ordered your guide a few weeks ago and now I've almost completed my construction. The roof is on and now all we're finishing off is the wiring! Before reading your book I didn't have the confidence to start, but I now know I'm capable of this and more... Thanks again, Emily P.S. Keep up the newsletter as its great fun.

Here's are the main things I like about your guide: -It's well written, easy to follow and clearly illustrated. -it has a number of free bonus books which are worth the weight alone I'd read another book before, but it was just too confusing so I was glad your guide provided me with the right information. let me know if you release anything else in the future. cheers! Tim

Dear Jack, I followed your advice and now have my very own aviary! I have to admit, I did get stuck a few times, but your guide managed to clear things up. If you're looking for feedback then I can tell you the best bits are the illustrations and clear instructions. Also, I'm glad you provided the more advanced sections as that's what I'm going to have a go at now. Anyway, just wanted to say a quick thanks. Keep up the good work, Fred

Birds are like people – some are friendly and get along, whereas others are just plain anti-social.

This guide gives you a comprehensive run down of which birds are compatbile, as well as pairings which should be avoided.

But cages are still essential for: breeding, transporting, competition showing, quarantining, preventing fights and more.

Free access to updates for life. When you purchase "How To Build An Aviary" you also become a member to the HereBird.com - I constantly improve and update my Aviary book, so you'll get any new improvements and upgrades for free.

A simple bird cage will cost you a couple of hundred dollars, dovecotes and pigeons lofts even more and large aviaries (or premium bird cages) can run into the thousands. With the correct plans and instructions, you can dramatically reduce these costs and instead just spend more on the raw materials for construction (which tends to be fairly inexpensive).

Every bird and every home is unique. With our designs, you can customize the construction to fit the unique layout of your backyard, house or individual bird species' needs. Off the shelf cages and aviaries are aimed the masses, and they won't be tailored to you as an individual - but with these plans, you can do what you want.

Everyone these days is either addicted to their phone, TV or computer screen. This DIY project allows you to escape that addiction and use your time productively. The end result from completing this project is a real world object, something that will enhance your birds life and maybe even something you'll be proud of!

It's not hard, and in fact our step-by-step diagrams and instructions make it easy to do (saving you a ton of cash along the way as well!). But it still requires a small amount of effort on your part that you need to commit to.

I had a look online for what an different types of bird housing costs and depending upon the size, this can range from around $200 for a small bird enclosure, $500 for a pigeon loft or flight cage and over $1000-$2000 for a good quality aviary. And this is me being conservative with my estimates.

So how much should I charge for How To Build An Aviary? Well the average of these 3 comes out at over $500. So if I were to charge only half of that amount, then the price of the resources would be $250.

But I'm not even thinking about anywhere near that amount! In fact I'm only asking for nearly a tenth of this price when you can invest in How To Build An Aviary for just $27! Why so affordable? Because thanks to the internet, I can now sell directly to you, so there is no middle man taking a cut and raising the price.

And when you read my resources you can go at your own speed, so if you're a quick learner you can have your new bird home built within a few days from now.

Some people try to do this, and they might search online and find a bit of information here and there, often from questionable sources...

With just a little investment you can get "How to Build An Aviary" and immediately, you'll have the exact steps laid out for you.

Try my resources for 60 DAYS and if you’re not satisfied you get a full refund. No questions asked AND you still get to keep everything for free.

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