Sticks and blocks and spheres - oh my! Wooden bird toy has a multitude of features that'll keep your bird occupied for hours. Wooden spheres, rectangles, blocks, and sticks offer superior chewing action. Wiffle balls hold secret pieces your bird will work hard at removing once he tears out the sisal rope tied through the holes. Sturdy stainless steel attachment chain at top allows you to screw-lock the toy at the top of the cage.
|6" X 12"
||Conure to Amazon
|10" x 23"
||Amazon to Macaw
Cleaning Instructions: Toys should be cleaned weekly. Remove toys from cage and wash them with hot, soapy water. Rinse thoroughly and allow toys to dry completely before returning them to your bird's cage. It is a good idea to have two or more sets of toys so clean, dry ones can be quickly placed back in the cage while the other set dries. Discard any toy that does not come clean, is frayed, or broken.
Playtime Recommendations: Interacting with your bird is every bit as important as providing an interesting environment. The secret to keeping your bird happy is the frequency of attention, not the duration. A few minutes of attention several times daily works wonders to relieve stress. Mental growth comes from engaging in a variety of life experiences. Experiment to discover the types of toys your bird finds the most interesting and challenging. Keep in mind that no matter which toys you provide, and regardless of how intriguing, your bird will eventually tire of them. It is important not to place too many toys in the cage at once, which may over-stimulate your bird and cause stress. It's better to choose a select few and to rotate them every few days.