Hello, it's me again. I'm still working on turning my bedroom into an aviary, but I would like some advice for the particular birds I have chosen so far. I have two tame budgies and plan on getting some princess parrots, and I know these budgies are not aggressive. I will be getting all birds as males. I am wondering on a third species, I would like some rainbow lorikeets but I'm not sure how they'd mix. I have found, too, that apprently king parrots mix well with princess parrots. My room is roughly 14 feet long, 12 wide, and has a good high window with bars over the flywire that is shaded by a bottlebrush tree. It contains one 5 foot long fish tank with 3 smaller ones on top, fully covered, one desk with shelving (Will be replacing with different parrot safe desk, complete with backboard covers for the cables) one bookshelf, one chest of drawers that currently has the budgies cage on it (Which will be used as a quarantine cage if needed once the larger cage is fully refinished) and one bunk bed. Flooring is currently carpet, but will be replaced with wood, and I will be screwing hooks into the ceiling and walls for hanging toys and perches all around. The large tank has a parrot safe stand and hood, not sure about chest of drawers and so will be replacing those, too. Doorway has pet gate to stop dog getting in, will be buying a magnetic flyscreen curtain, taking out the magnets and sewing long velcro strips on to stop parrots flying out of room.
Aside from hanging toys, making up some foraging dishes and setting up some long branches coming off the walls and stuff, what would I need and how many parrots could I keep in here? My bed will have proper protections so I wouldn't be able to sleep with my parrots or anything, that's a very simple fix. I know people say budgies don't mix well, but these two, aside from being hand raised, I know are safe to have around other parrots. They are not aggressive. I have owned aggressive budgies before, so I can at least safely say these ones can be housed with other similar parrots like princess parrots and possibly rainbow lorikeets, though I haven't looked into the lorikeets properly yet since I'm focusing on setting up my room. I have found that there are other successful owners keeping an aviary with princesses and kings together, with no breeding pairs. I do not plan on getting any breeding pairs any time soon.