A climbable toy with many other bird-favorite features. Pieces of varying textures are held together with a steel wire.
Tough but soft cornhusk is ripe for preening but sturdy enough for climbing to get to the other treasures. Special Supreme Cotton is included because it won't tangle in your bird's nails.
Each Cornhusk Toy has three vine balls to hide seeds, nuts, or your bird's favorite treats for foraging, and the wood pieces keep chewing instincts satisfied.
Note: As with any toy, monitor your bird when you initially offer it and remove if he appears to be chewing and ingesting rope.
Small is perfect for parakeets or smaller birds, while Large fits the needs of Parakeets to conures nicely. Includes quick link for easy hanging.
If your bird likes this toy, consider building your own with parts such as Cornhusk, Wicker Parts, Supreme Cotton Rope, and Wood Pieces.
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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.
Foraging, the collective activity during which your bird searches for and locates food, is an essential part of natural bird behavior. It may look like play, but it's actually an instinctive behavior that allows birds to find often-elusive food. The foraging instinct brings your bird the ultimate reward of nourishment while keeping him physically and mentally agile.
Foraging also offers a constructive release for pent-up energy. Foraging activities and toys help prevent damage to your property and self-destructive behavior like feather picking.