Aviary is a word derived from the Latin root Ave meaning
At the zoo: Fish live in an aquarium (water tank). Lizards live in a terrarium (earth tank). Birds live in an aviary (big cage for birds).
Birds live in an avairy
Birds live in an aviary.
No. Birds live in an aviary, but platypuses do not. Platypuses are not domestic animals, but wild. They live in burrows they dig in the banks of creeks and rivers.
to me aviary birds but that's just to me its no fact.
An aviary is a house or cage for birds.
Cage - no, aviary - possibly but not with similar, particularly red, birds.
A place to keep many birds is called an aviary
Peacocks and other birds are housed in the aviary at the zoo.
This depends on where you live, if the aviary is heated and how low the temperature gets. It also depends on what the budgie is used to, whether it was introduced in winter or summer. All birds must be acclimatized properly.
Bees are kept in an apiary,and birds are kept in an aviary.
An Aviary is a large confinement for birds that simulates their natural environment. They are widely used at zoos.
yeah parakeets can live in a out door aviary.
No more than the animal world really, I have an aviary with 17 birds.
An aviary is a large enclosure for confining birds. For more info visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aviary Hope this helps! XXX LOL