Rings of Fortune Clear
Best foraging toy!
This is a great toy, the quality is extremely high, and the toy works for macaws and cockatoos, and even my destructive flock has not destroyed one. I have 7 of these, and refill them and give each of the birds one daily. They fit shelled almonds or hazelnuts, so the openings are a great size.
December 6, 2014
I think this is my Electus' favorite foraging toy
An excellent foraging toy for my Electus. The first thing he goes to when he is set in his day cage. Although he does have it figured out and gets the treat out in about 10 seconds now! I make it more challenging by stuffing extra things in the lower levels like shredded paper, etc.
I have had this one for several years and it is still performing fine. No problems. Definitely a good value.
May 26, 2012
Good toy for brained birds
My Meyer is a pro about foraging toys and I was looking for something challenging. I found it! He is getting the concept, but accordingly to size He has trouble to make it turn. In 1 week, He already get how to get the lower stage treat. Proud ! The only negative point : I can not put almonds in it, and He could not reach a tiny treat in the final receptacle. Lots of frustration for him...
June 13, 2014
For smarter birds
My Pionus did not get the idea of this. They aren't really bright like an Amazon or Grey, so if your birds are of the brighter sort, I think it would be a very good foraging toy. If they aren't either bright or incredibly determined and playful, not so much. Mine is now taking up space until I can get it over to a parrot rescue.
Also, it doesn't hold much, and the pieces must be small. If tipped, the treats easily fall out, wasting a fair amount.
February 9, 2014