What is the difference between the African Willow Tree and the
Rhodesian Elm Tree models?




The Rhodesian Elm Tree, is a three piece unit...a floor model with
detachable hanging gym that will also convert into a table-top unit. To
convert from a floor model into a table-top gym you simply unplug the
longer one of the two base stems and unscrew the castor wheels.
As depicted in the various graphics, the Rhodesian Elm may be used
in either a stationary position as a floor model, or table-top... but you
also have the option of simply detaching and hanging the 'upper'
portion of this unit, which will convert your free standing gym into the
renowned Rotating Parrot Play Tree.
The basic difference between the Rhodesian Elm and the African
Willow is that the base of the Willow Tree is flat and cannot be
converted into a tabletop unit. The Elm is a bit more elaborate, offering
the 'raised panel lip' around the base, hence the difference in cost.





I have a Congo African Grey, and a Sun Conure. I would like to order
one of the floor models but I am on a very tight budget and cannot
afford to purchase two separate gyms at this time.
If these gyms are 'species specifically designed and computer
balanced' is it possible to order just one gym that they can both play
on at the same time?




The African Willow Tree or Rhodesian Elm Tree would be the ideal
choice. Both are stationary floor models with detachable hanging tree,
and can be designed for up to 3 different species.
African Greys are considered to be large parrots and Conures are
considered to be small parrots. In this case your Elm or Willow Tree
would be designed primarily for your Congo. Your little guy will still be
able to enjoy either model, although it will obviously not be quite as
beneficial for him as an Elm or Willow Tree that had been specifically
designed for a Conure.
Please note that if the dimensions on 'standard sized' African Grey
perches were used, as are in typical parrot stands, this would not be
recommended, due to the the drastic difference in size between these
two species. However, because of the 'precisely ridged
multidimensional footholds on these gymnasiums your little Conure
will not have any problem whatsover manueveing about the entire gym.



Which gyms would be  appropriate for my Large sized parrot
ie. African Grey, Cockatoo, Amazon,




The size and dimensions of this particular model, as depicted in the
graphics, is shown for parrots the size of African Grey, Amazon,
Eclectus, Cockatoos up to Umbrella Cockatoo and similar sized birds.
Your 4 choices would be one of the following models:
Rhodesian Elm Tree # 1539
African Willow Tree # 7358
Centurian  # 1642
Rotating Parrot Play Tree # 7465
Lexie Stationary Floor Model # 1682




Which gyms would be appropriate for my Ex-Large sized parrot




Ex-lg parrots, meaning ALL macaws - with exception of mini-macaws-
Moluccan Cockatoos, and / or unusually large Umbrella Cockatoos,
would require one of the ex-lg units. Below are your three choices:
Moluccas Tree  # 6582
Rainforest Tree  # 6573
Rainforest Extravaganza # 6581




Which gyms would be appropiate for my small to medium sized parrot
ie. Parrotlet, Conure, Mini Macaw, Caique, Cockatiel, Senegal ect.




Your 4 choices would be one of the following models:
Rhodesian Elm Tree # 1539
African Willow Tree # 7358
Lexie Stationary Floor Model # 1682
Zimbabwe  # 5367
Rotating Parrot Play Tree  # 7465

Please note that if you order one of the floor models for small or
medium sized birds such as Parrotlet, Conures, Cockatiel, Indian
Ringneck Parakeets, Senegal, Hahn's macaw, Quaker parrots, etc.,
that the spacing of the branches on the tree-top will be closer together
than depicted in the graphics with the large parrots, but it will be the
same incredible design.
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