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Birds are naturally curious and playful companions, but the strength of their beaks causes their playfulness and exploration to be destructive. When a pet bird is looking for something to do, they will chew, gnaw on or explore any object or material they can find. Bird toys best for their species are essential in preventing your avian friends from becoming bored, restless, stressed out or aggressive over time.
Types of toys for pet birds
Trees and play gyms are activity toys that allow the bird to remain engaged, often with a fair amount of physical activity involved. These bird toys will allow the bird to work the beak and feet when climbing and exploring. Trees and play gyms may include branches, beams, ropes, and different shapes to climb and explore.
Foraging toys and other puzzle toys will engage the bird’s brain, allowing him or her to complete a puzzle or follow an instruction in order to get a treat. These puzzle toys and games require that the bird think critically in order to earn a treat rather than utilizing the blunt force of its beak.
Providing the bird with a variety of toys is essential. Bird owners are urged to keep a cache of different toys to change out over time so the bird is always engaged. Bird toys come in all types of colors, shapes, styles, and objectives, and utilizing a mix of all these characteristics is essential in keeping the bird from becoming bored or stressed out. A stressed out bird is a destructive one, either to itself or its surroundings, so keep him or her placated and distracted in a healthy, proactive way instead.
The right bird toys and tools for play can make all the difference in keeping an intelligent bird from becoming bored or stressed. Occupying the attention of an avian companion is essential to it’s health and well-being.
Regularly rotate new toys into the habitat. Discard and replace any worn or broken toys.
Make sure the clamp holding the toy is closed at all times to avoid injury.
Mirrors fascinate many birds. Exercise caution when using them because larger birds may be able to break mirrors and injure themselves. Don’t place a mirror in the habitat of a bird you wish to bond with or talk. Birds will look at themselves in the mirror and won’t talk or bond to you.
Rope toys can be used if you keep your bird’s nails trimmed to help keep your pets’ nails from snagging in the rope. Discard ropes that become frayed to avoid any accidental danger.
Playpens are a great area for birds to be active outside of their habitat. These spaces usually consist of ladders, perches and swings.
Make sure the toys you select are the appropriate size for your species of bird. Be aware of possible danger with worn brittle plastic toys or any lead weighted toys to avoid ingestion.
Depending on the bird, you may need to hang the toy outside of your bird’s habitat to allow them to get used to it before placing it in their habitat.
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