The average aviary costs $700 to buy, with high end aviaries costing over $2000 or more. During these tough economic times, you just can’t afford to throw away this amount of money.
If you buy a factory made aviary, it will just be an overpriced assembly kit that still requires construction anyway. So you’re just paying for massively overpriced materials.
But building your own aviary can be completed in a single day using only the most basic tools and materials. All that is needed is the correct step-by-step plans.
It’s fun too, you can get your family and friends involved or if you decide to go solo, they’ll be impressed with your efforts.
You’ll get a real sense of accomplishment – creating something with your own two hands. This isn’t computer work, which disappears when powered off – it’s something substantial which will last for years to come.
Ask yourself, what would be a more valuable use of your time: spending the weekend watching TV (like most Americans!) or deciding to achieve something you can be proud of?
Oh, and don’t forget the birds! Caged birds cannot fly – this affects them both physically and emotionally. But an aviary gives them the space to do what nature intended. Any caged bird which gets upgraded to an aviary will undergo a remarkable transformation, in both health and happiness.
Calculating the correct measurements, positioning the aviary, installing insulation and heating, allowing for ventilation, finding the best materials, building perches and nest boxes, protecting the birds from foxes and hawks etc. The list can seem to go and on and on…
Fortunately, I’ve got years of experience constructing aviaries, bird rooms and breeding birds. Every bit of knowledge has been extracted into this detailed step-by-step guide.
It is aimed at people who know absolutely nothing and have no woodworking or building skills whatsoever. It covers aviaries and bird rooms both large and little (indoors and out), and for budgets both big and small.
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.
Building an aviary can save you up to 80% over buying a new one. This can amount to hundreds (sometimes thousands) of dollars saved.
It’s provided in a downloadable format so you can print as many copies as you wish. If your copy gets damaged or you lose it, you’re allowed to make a new one.
you get plans & and designs for building both indoor and outdoor aviaries and bird rooms, so take your pick.
Hey Jack, I’m just writing to say thanks as I ordered your aviary book 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…