Rings Game Medium
I got the game for my CAG and its the perfect size. The rings are the right size for her to be able to hold and manipulate and the posts are the right height for to reach and manoeuvre around. she is still very interested in playing with the rings as its a new toy instead of ' working 'with them. gteat purchase, i will be able to keep her busy working with this one for a long time
January 21, 2015
great activity for parrots
This game is great for keeping a bird's mind stimulated and also for object manipulation. My parrot has yet to learn it, but has fun picking up the rings and dropping them. Good value for the money also.
July 21, 2012
Great little toy
The size I bought is perfect for parakeets and budgies. It's lightweight yet solidly made. The rings are bright, stimulating colors of red, yellow, green, and blue. One concern I have is that it would be hard for a little bird to get a good grip on the rings because there's almost no give between the hole in the middle of the ring and the post. One of the posts on mine has a rough edge on top, but that shouldn't be a problem.
What IS a problem is that I have two neurotic parakeets, who took one look at this colorful Eldritch abomination and bolted from their cage as if their tails were on fire. They circled the room until they were tired, then landed on top of their cage. One of them has a respiratory problem, and he was panting and holding his wings out in that, "Don't mess with me!" posture. The other one beat a hasty retreat to the far back corner of the cage and fell down between the cage and the wall. No injuries. That was 5 days ago. I've shown them how it works--taking rings off, putting rings on, playing with the rings. I tried just leaving the rings on the bottom of the cage so they could do as they wished. They look on in abject horror. So far, all they've done with this toy is poop on it.
That's pretty much what they do with every toy. But normal birds should love this ring toy.
June 7, 2014