noun: the act of searching for food and provisions
noun: animal food for browsing or grazing
verb: wander and feed
verb: collect or look around for (food)
In the wild parrots spend most of their time (approximately 70% of it) foraging, or looking, for food. Not to mention when given the option of eating their food out of a...
I am sooooo proud of our parrot toy line! I couldn't possibly boast about it enough. When I found this line of Planet Pleasures toys, I KNEW they would be the ONLY line of toys we would carry. I 100% stand behind them and what they're made of. Not only do they make me so happy, but more so my birds and that's what is truly important!
Our toys ...
Our parrot toys are designed and selected to be transformed into food finding toys, encouraging play and utter destruction!
Playing with toys is a great way to keep your pet bird healthy:
Breaking wood and other textures contained in our toys helps keep nails and beaks trimmed naturally
A busy parrot is a happy parrot - birds should be abl...
I'm so excited about our Monthly Mystery Parrot Toy Boxes! Here's what's great about them if you don't watch the video (or even if you do!):
Toys are delivered to YOUR DOOR as often as you choose!
It's a surprise! You don't even know what is in them, only how many you are getting! We pick the appropriate sized toys for your bird and ship them...
Male King Parrot. He nests close to my house and is constantly talking to my Eclectus from this tree. (Pepi taught him to talk by yelling “Hello” over and over when he was nesting here a few years ago).
When the warmer months come, there is one difficult part about living where your pet birds also live wild. That problem? Noise!
Every year, as spring arrives – the increase in wild bird visitors to my place is significant. Sometimes they come as a flock and ...
My Blue and Gold Macaw “Fid”, likes to drag grass up to his sleeping platform and roll in it.
Having seen photos in recent blog posts or on the BirdTricks.com Facebook page, a few people have been asking about the foliage in my cages? What exactly is it? What do the birds do with it? What do I do to prepare it before I give it to them?