Prevent birdie boredom with a variety of exciting textures. Paper foraging piñatas are cute characters on tops, with a woven, coconut-fiber-filled basket underneath, topped off with a crunchy, shreddable hat. Flap at back of piñatas open to fill with favorite treats, like Higgins Sunburst Gourmet Natural Treat: Fruit to Nuts, other bird treats, or your bird's favorite fruits or vegetables. Foraging treasures may also be hidden beneath the hat. Coconut fiber is stuffed into the woven bamboo foraging pocket at the bottom. Bottom basket also features wooden shapes and shredded paper to chew. Inside, piñata is constructed of durable cardboard to last. Your bird will have a ball with this multitude of textures, materials, and shapes. Each includes rope hanger at top or use a Quick Link for more secure attachment. For conures to Amazons.
Please specify Elephant, Tiger (each about 6" x 12" long), or Toucan, about 4" x 12" long.
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Attach this bird toy to the inside of your bird's cage using the hanging rope (included). Since birds want to chew instinctively, you can watch your pet enjoy unlimited hours of chewing and plucking. For more secure hanging use a Quick Link (#73128).
Spot clean toy with nontoxic soap and water. Dry thoroughly before placing back into cage. Remove any chewed toy pieces from the cage. Remember to always supervise playtime.
The Importance of Foraging for Pet Birds
Foraging is the act of searching for and finding food. In the wild, foraging for food is part of a bird's daily routine and occupies a large portion of his time - in many cases over half of his waking hours. If foraging activity is not encouraged in your pet bird, he has many more hours per day with nothing to fill his time. This lack of foraging activity can affect a bird's physical and emotional well-being, causing boredom, behavioral problems (such as feather picking), and a lack of natural curiosity.