Chelsea Vann

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Saki monkey puzzle feeder.  Mealworms in wiffle balls in cage feeder.  Also suitable for marmosets and tamarins

Mealworms in wiffle balls in cage feeder. Also suitable for marmosets and tamarins. They usually live in the rainforest of Guyana

Parrot beaks are designed for manipulating things to get food, e.g. cracking open nuts, de-husking seeds and foraging through substrates. Keepers place food in a tray of pebbles to encourage our macaws to use their beak to forage to get to the food.

Parrot beaks are designed for manipulating things to get food, e. cracking open nuts, de-husking seeds and foraging through substrates. Keepers place food in a tray of pebbles to encourage our macaws to use their beak to forage to get to the food.

Tennis Ball Feeder for Swamp Monkeys at Saint Louis Zoo. Such a fun idea with a Great picture where you can really see how it fits together. I would put a hinge and locks at the bottom for easier cleaning however.

Solving the problem. Tennis Ball Feeder for Swamp Monkeys at Saint Louis Zoo. Such a fun idea with a Great picture where you can really see how it fits together. I would put a hinge and locks at the bottom for easier cleaning however.

Pineapple top skewered and filled with treats-great for parrots or small primates

Turn a pineapple top into a foraging toy for your bird! Get a whole pineapple and cut the top off. Push a metal skewer that has a loop at the top firmly into the pineapple top.

Sandbox or Sand pit: A sand box is a great enrichment activity for pigs. They enjoy rooting around in the soft sand. Be sure to supervise your pig to avoid eating the sand. You can hide treats like popcorn or cheerios in the sand and watch them "treasure hunt". Pigs have a very keen sense of smell, hiding treats in the sand allows them to use that super power and satisfy their natural need to root and forage for food.

Sandbox or Sand pit: A sand box is a great enrichment activity for pigs. They enjoy rooting around in the soft sand. Be sure to supervise your pig to avoid eating the sand. You can hide treats like popcorn or cheerios in the sand and watch them "treasure