|This season, you and
your bird can have so
much fun, you'll forget
all about the weather.
Keep cabin fever away by
changing up his routine,
cage, and adding birdfriendly
to your home.
Small daily changes,
big long-term effect
Easily add new fun and excitement
to your bird's daily routine. Surprise
him with an assortment of new treats
as rewards for good behavior (be
sure not to overfeed). Candy
Cones and Instant Treats quickly brighten up any dull
day. Bird Bread and requires simple
preparation, providing a fun activity for
you and a tasty snack for your bird.
You might also work more intensively
with your bird if you wish to teach
him to talk. The Talk 'N Play may help by giving him regular
(and fun!) reinforcement.
Redecorate to rejuvenate
Spruce up your bird's cage and boost his
energy, mood, and level of interaction.
Add new toys to his cage or playstand - consider something he's never tried,
plus an old favorite. Super
Shredder Balls and Educational
Toys offer hours of boredom-
busting entertainment. If foraging
is a favorite activity, try a
Colossal Foraging Toy. If shredding is your bird's
passion, a pinata can make
even the dreariest day a fiesta!
Haven't yet tried building your
own bird toys? Why not spend an
afternoon creating something new!
See our article on Build-Your-Own Bird Toys.
Boost the fun
throughout your home
Take time to make your home more
accommodating for your feathered
friend. Play gyms and portable
perches offer exhilarating changes
of scenery (just do not place them in
cold locations). The wheeled Black
Parrot Playpen lets him
play and relax in any room. The Shower/Window
Perch instantly turns your
shower stall into a birdie spa.