The aviary at Monplaisir Palace in Peterhof, Russia.According to RusArtNet: The Western Aviary now holds songbirds, while the Eastern Aviary is home to various species of parrot, including macaws, cockatoos, rosellas, cockatiels and pionites.
Rick Garmon’s log cabin aviary.You can read the story on how the aviary came to be on Julie Garmon’s blog.
The Columbary at Schloss Schönbrunn in Vienna.It’s meant for pigeons/doves, but I think it would suit a budgie quite nicely.
Papier Mâché budgie heads (seen in the video “Avant Guarded” by Curxes).Click here for the complete how to.
Marmont Manor’s two story aviary.Only $24.5 million!(It also comes with a Tudor-style main home, caretaker’s cottage, carriage house, pool pagoda with a restaurant-style kitchen, sushi bar and teppanyaki station, 8 car garage, fully stocked lake, three dog houses that mirror the architectural style of the main home and a fire station, which is recognized by the Los Angeles County Fire Department.)
Planning a trip to Europe? Here’s a handy map to help you communicate.And if you’re bringing your budgies along…
Carlisle Park Aviary – Morpeth, Northumberland
(photo by Shelly’ House)
The aviary houses budgies, cockatiels and other birds that have been rehomed.