Our solution is a simple roll of sheet vinyl (usually sold in 6’6″ wide rolls at your local home improvement store)Cut the vinyl about 12″ wider AND longer than the walk in aviary. You may have to overlap a seam for the bigger units.
Place the oversized sheet in the aviary (before you put in the birds) and slit the four inside corners.
You should now have a covered floor and 6 inch high seed guards inside the aviary.
We’d appreciate a picture of your solution
Using an indoor walk in aviary – out of doors
The arched roof of an old wooden bird aviary, in San Diego California.
Q: Can I use this as an outdoor aviary?
A: Sure-kind of maybe. Aviaries from AE are designed for indoor use. Out door aviaries have 2 features these do not1) A roof – Helps to protect the birds from harsh direct sunlight and the elements)
Galvanized Metal – Many of the out door aviaries on the market today use galvanized metal. Galvanizedmetal has been coated with zinc oxide (prior to powder coating). The zinc is what prevents rust.
We’re not comfortable selling you a cage that has been coated with zinc.
Given that, there’s no reason you couldn’t place it out side and cover it with a tent or shed!