Give your bird a natural activity bridge and more room in his cage to play! Made of hollow rubberwood (also known as Hevea wood) sticks strung along two stainless steel wires to form a bridge. Curved hooks on each end of bridge allows you to attach to side or top of cage to allow your bird to climb or perch horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, as they would in the wild. If you hang bridge to top of cage, you can attach toys to tempt your bird and keep his interest activated.
Rough texture of wood and variable diameter of sticks allows a good grip and supports good foot exercise and health. Hollow ends of sticks let you place seeds or small treats inside for your bird to forage.
Large is sized for medium sized birds such as cockatiels and conures and is 3-1/2" x 24" long. Small fits finches and parakeets and is 2-1/2" x 16" long.
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Foot facts & Perch Options
Birds are amazing creatures of adaptation. The shape their feet have evolved for different purposes.
Psittacines, such as parrots, parakeets, conures, Amazons, and macaws, have two toes in front, and two in back, specifically adapted for climbing in their natural rainforest habitat.
Passerines, on the other hand, a group which includes canaries, zebra finches, doves, and pigeons, have feet, with three toes in front and one (their big toe, called the "hallux") in back, are specifically made for landing and perching as they fly from tree to tree.
A variety of perches is essential, and each cage should include a concrete perch, a natural branch perch, and a man-made perch.
Psittacines will especially benefit from perches that can be angled or moved, such as rope or sisal. If your parrot has climbing options, he is less likely to get bored.
Passerines need irregularly shaped perches in their habitat, so that pressure is not put on one place too long. Mineral perches (a great preening spot) or natural wood are best.
Place perches at various levels within the cage, but avoid using too many perches, which could prevent the bird from flying (especially a smaller bird such as a canary or finch).