Hi, I'm new here. I joined to ask for other's experiences in configuring cage covers for birds who chew holes in the covers!
Sprocket, our 10-yr old Umbrella lives in the upper cage of a 2-tier really large cage (Buster, the who-knows-how-old adopted Festive Amazon lives in the lower cage).
We formerly kept the cages in a room that could be closed and lights turned off to put the guys to sleep, but that's not possible in our new house. We spent oodles of $$$ for a large fabric cage cover from Cozzzy Birds and Sprocket has basically turned it into black lace. We're now supplementing it with Queen size comforters purchased at Goodwill, but our boy is pulling out the stuffing now!
We're not sure what to do next, although I am considering the hospital-type overhead-hung curtain-on-a-track. It's also expensive to purchase the parts, I should add, but it should allow us to keep the curtain just out of Sprocket's reach.
If you have a fabic-chewing feathered buddy, how to do you cover your cage?