Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 21
Rated 5 out of 5 by BDM1947 Satisfied the need
Used them along with leather strip, empty toilet paper roll and jingle bells to make a hanging toy. Lacking experience I did not realize the bells were a mistake. My bird got a bell lodged on her beak. Was not easy getting it off.
October 2, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by NorthIdahoGirl Good toys for medium sized birds
My Yellow Nape and Red Lored Amazons love these balls on a leather cord or loose on their cages. They hold them and chew or chase them around till they are destroyed, a sign of true love in their world. Hours of exercise and fun.
August 16, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by dollysara Great Beak Exercise
I string these blocks on leather strips and my birds love chewing them.
Great exercise for their beaks and great fun for them to destroy.
March 7, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by ParrotMommie 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