Just "tri" to get your bird away from these awesome triple-angled shapes! Irresistible dangling beaded triangles have textures, bright colors, and sounds smaller birds like best, at the right size! Hang wood and cotton triangles anywhere in your small bird's cage and watch him go at it with relish. Beaded Triangle is a deceivingly simple triangle shape, but that doesn't mean it's short on entertainment. Wood beads dangle enticingly from cotton rope moving in ways that drive your bird cuckoo! Includes nickel-plated chain. Double Triangle is constructed of two triangles attached with a nickel-plated ring, with wood beads dangling enticingly from the cotton rope on both sides. Great for climbing up, hanging on and pecking. Both Beaded Triangles have pear-shaped metal link attachment and a metal bell at the bottom. Sized for parakeets and smaller birds.
||2-1/2" x 1/2" x 4" high
||2-1/2" x 1/2" x 7" high
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The importance of toys
Toys provide exercise, mental stimulation, and relief from boredom. Many behavioral and health problems stem from a bird not receiving enough stimulation. Your bird will spend most of his day, when you're not around, playing with his toys.
Birds just love to chew. Remember that part of a bird's natural behavior is tearing things apart. Check each toy daily for damage and toss out the toy if it is cracked and could break into small pieces and/or injure your bird.
Choosing toys for your bird
Remember three basic tenets when thinking about and choosing toys for your bird:
A bird needs a variety of toys that offer different
Rotate toys so your bird does not get bored with the same toys day in and day out.
Choose toys that are appropriate to your bird's size. Small, lightweight toys and mirrors are perfect for small birds.
- Textures, to stimulate the mouth and feet
- Colors, since birds see a wider spectrum of colors than we do
- Tastes, to stimulate their palate
- Sizes, for a different look and feel
- Sounds, to give the toys more audio appeal
- Challenges, such as different puzzles or ladders, for the problem-solving challenge that all birds need