Free & DIY Bird Toys
We feel that you don't have to spend a king's ransom to keep your bird's cage filled with bird toys necessary for their overall enrichment. We feel the toys in a bird cage I like the leaves of a tree they would live in a while. They're there for them to forage and to feel comfortable by the cover they provide. Every bird cage should have at least 10 toys in the top third of the cage
1) a PVC Plumbing connector, both male and female parts (top & bottom) - 2) a Stainless Steel Eyebolt & Nut - 3) some Stainless Steel Chain for hanging - Directions: Drill a hole in the top part of the PVC connector and add the eyebolt with a nut, Secure tightly! - Attach chain to eyebolt - Drill larger holes into the PVC bottom piece and fill with treats or preening material - Screw the top on and hang!
dollar store bird toys awesome to make for Charlie & Stormy. I would be "Birdie Mom" of the year.