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Polly Crockett foraging bird toy Parrot Toys & Bird by abirdtoy, $3.75

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    Tip: Little treats can be stuffed into the shoe for extra enjoyment!

Tara's Toy Bird Toy by Igotawoodybirdtoys on Etsy, $20.00

DIY: 15 Foraging Toys For Birds! I'll have to make some of these!

  • Wanda Wells

    I like this idea but can not find directions - only photos. Does this website include directions for making items yourself?

  • Alyssa Sanchez

    Yes I need directions! My birdies would LOVE this!

  • Aidan Hubner

    I find clicking the image.. USUALLY sends me to directions.. It is the same for this. albeit i did not find directions for this particular item (a search on google for "Newspaper foraging swing" did quickly find it though, i have to register but meh)

  • Alyssa Sanchez

    Thank you SO much!!!! :)

Mini Stuffed Beak Sneaker - Foraging Possibilities - Parrot Toys & Bird Toy Parts by A Bird Toy

I love this idea - a whiffle ball base, with rope thread through finger traps and wood pieces!

Parrot's Workshop ... Toys made EZ to increase your Parrot's intelligence.

These metal "cages" are about the best invention for birds. Fill with veggies and fresh foods. Stuff the leftover pieces from "played-up" toys or simply add bird-safe pieces of wood,wine-corks,bottle caps,clothespins and whatever you have around and your bird find interesting - as long as it is safe it is all fun. And a lot cheaper than purchasing new toys every week - in particular for those hard chewing and destructive cockatoos in our lives.

Parrot Enrichment Ideas | Parrots

baby rainbow cookies swing... great one for little beaks... also a hit with our timneh greys knuckles & baby

Email From Parker #9: Vacation Request

"The only people in America today who go to jail are regular folks. Big financial institutions get out there, they launder drug money, they violate the law, and still no one is held accountable. I think that's fundamentally wrong." — Elizabeth Warren