A: The sky.
Our aviary is 6+ feet long by 3+ feet wide by 14+ feet high. (The builders in Costa Rica use meters rather than feet). But the length and width don't seem to matter much to the parrots. And everything below the top foot might as well be used for another purpose.
Q: How close is close enough for an orange-chinned parrot?
A: Our two parrots spend most of their time inter-twined, with full body contact. It must be heaven for the older bird, who spent the first two years of its life alone in a cage.
Q: How much food can a parrot that weighs just a few ounces eat?
A: I put two breakfast dishes out this morning; one on the feeder inside the door, and one on the shelf with the box. Six hours later they were totally picked over, and none of the food was on the ground. The apple, papaya, mango, canteloupe, watermelon, banana, curly pasta and small seeds were gone. The broccoli and carrot? Not so popular. So I tried corn and peas when I prepared their supper bowls tonight.