The parrot toys you see below are examples of how you can use the natural parrot toys that we provide to our clients as Food Finding Toys or foraging toys.
Here’s what I want you to notice in the pictures below:
1) Look how I’ve wedged pellets into the first two toys shown; be prepared to squint as they’re kind of hidden.
2) The third toy I’m showing is an example of what the second toy looks like after my African Grey Parrot has tried to tear the food out of it… while it was new.pellets)… and if you look closely you will see that I’ve been able to hide the food even deeper and more cleverly in the torn up toy.
To purchase the toys I am showing here and others like them, please visit our parrot toy page.
Dave Womach has been performing professionally with birds since the age of 13. He has produced shows for cruise ships, theme parks, fairs, dinner theaters and has been featured internationally on television.
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