"I bought This set for my 3 year old female parakeet, figuring it would be temporary because of the price. I ended up hanging the Ferris Wheel on the wall and putting seeds in the cups. She loves it!"... (read full reviews)
"My Amazon loves wood toys he chews them all within a day or so. This one he liked but didn't go crazy so we just put it in the rotation and every time he see's it he chews on it a bit more!"... (read full reviews)
"My African Gray loves this thing. She goes straight to it every morning to empty it out before any other toy or treat in her cage. She is not easy to please, so that is pretty impressive. If I was"... (read full reviews)
"This toy is colorful and my sun conure loves to chew on it while he's swinging on it. My only complaint would be that the dyes used to color it come off on whatever they touch (hands, fabric, etc)."... (read full reviews)
"I didn't pay attention to the measurements, I originally bought this for our Amazons, but after it arrived I realized it was made for conures & similar sized birds.
My only complaint is that the perch"... (read full reviews)
"My parakeets went nuts for this toy. Worked on destroying it as a team - loved every minute of it.
And shockingly, when they reached a major point of distraction, they all celebrated in load chirping"... (read full reviews)
"My two Parakeets tend to be a bit on the finicky side when it comes to toys. However, within a few minutes of hanging it in their cage they were nibbling, yanking and chirping away. I am very pleased"... (read full reviews)
"The picture shows carrots covering the connector that holds this together, I used plastic beads. It will occupy the bird until treats are gone and/or she takes it apart. Not for birds that are great"... (read full reviews)
"I have a hybrid scarlet macaw who is easily bored and too intelligent for his own good.
I've tried every single other forging toy, because regular toys were destroyed in minutes. The forging toys were"... (read full reviews)
"Okay, hear me out... In my opinion there's two (well three) types of birds... the ones that're scared of toys... the ones that PLAY with toys (grab with their feet, peck at, move around, etc) and the"... (read full reviews)