Q: For the Java Trees, the information says that the size designations (small, extra-small, etc.)refer to the size of the birds and thus the size of the perches. That doesn't appear to be the case with the Java Tabletops. They all appear to have more or less the same size perches. Is that true? Thanks.
A: When they make the tabletops, they are limited to making a piece that has a large enough trunk to be mounted sturdily on the base, and so it's hard to have a sturdy trunk and very thin branches in the case of the smaller tabletops. That said, I'm sure they use the smaller pieces for the smaller tabeltops and the larger branched ones for the larger ones.
Keep in mind that small birds, such as cockatiels, lovebirds and small conures, can grip and should have branch diameters ranging from 1/4" to 1-1/2" inch to exercise their feet in various grips.