If you're looking for a new foraging idea for your bird, you might want to give this one a try! A grass foraging mat is especially great for ground foragers like Cockatiels, Cockatoos, African Greys, and Parakeets because it encourages natural behaviors
This pinecone forager that I recently made for our Meyers Parrot "Baby" was a hit! And it was super easy to put together. Here are the steps: Soak a pinecone in a glass of water until it closes up (approx. 15 min). Remove it from the water and dab it...
A super quick and easy project! Wrap some favorite treats in a measuring spoon, cover and tie it shut with a parrot safe rope or jute. We cut a piece of coffee filter off and tied it shut with Paulie Rope.
Teaching your parrot to forage is a great way to keep them active and content. It can also help prevent unwanted behaviors like pacing, bar biting and plucking. Whether your parrot is new to foraging or just stuck at a certain level, these tips will help.
The treat cage is a toy that has been engaging our Cockatoo for years. He never gets bored with it! They are one of the easiest ways to provide enrichment for your parrot, and come in a variety of sizes. Turn your birds playtime into an interactive experience. It's never the same toy twice!