|The entrance to her delightfully cozy aviary.|
|Surrounded by forest. Notice the skylight in the roof.|
|Susan invites you to look inside.|
|Aviary at one end with workspace and viewing area |
at opposite end where we're standing.
|Birds are through this door.|
|Opposite end of room with workspace, some smaller cages|
and a comfy chair for peacefully enjoying the birds.
|Sliding windows let in a cool breeze on warm days.|
|Tools for maintaining a clean aviary.|
|View of the skylight from inside flight.|
A side window could be a hazard for flying birds,
but a skylight requires them to fly upward, so less dangerous.
|Yummy greens grow in hanging pot.|
|They can't all be Linnies. She has cute owl finches too, |
and also a pair of Rosy Bourkes, not pictured.
|A few of her Lovely Linnies.|
|Lots of things to climb and play on.|
|Friendly Linnies enjoy visits.|
|More come to look at us as we look at them.|
|Looking upward at the flight from inside the work area.|
|A useful work space.|
|This pretty pair live in the house with Susan and her family.|
|Linnie poster provides color descriptions. |
It is on the wall in the aviary
|A view of the left side of the flight.|
|Pretty handy, attractive storage.|