Wooden Blocks Assorted 24 pk
Our Cockatoo and African Greys like these
I had several chains (about 8-10 inches long) left over from assembled wooden toys that my birds already destroyed. I bought the wooden blocks because they have a 3/8 inch hole, so the chain can fit through the hole, with a hanger clip at each end of the chain (to attach at each end to the top or sides of the cage). It is less expensive to make my own toys (than to buy already assembled toys). I place about 6-7 wooden blocks, separated by round wooden balls or flat wooden rings on the chain, and it will last from 1 day to a week, depending on the mood of my parrots. My 2 African Greys and a Red-breasted Cockatoo enjoy shredding the wood, which is not too hard or too soft. The larger hole in the block makes it easy to assemble on the chain.
February 7, 2015
my parrot loves to chew and I really cannot do without these. Wish they came in even more shapes.
June 18, 2014
wooden foot toys
my blue front amazon, who is over 40 years old, loves to tear up these octagonal wooden blocks. foot toys are his favorite things.
April 20, 2014
I like being able to choose quality wood pieces that I know my feathered friend will enjoy. Having these wood blocks also enables me to take advantage of the old chains/links that are left over from old toys.
February 23, 2014