Hide Away Foraging Box Feeder
Dimensions: 10" in overall height (includes hanging chain), 3.75"H x 2.75"W (Hide Away Box)
PLEASE NOTE: This toy comes with 2 food-grade chipboard sleeves which are simply slid over the box, you then punch out the perforated holes to expose the food or treat!
You can purchase a 5-Pack of Refills by clicking on the link!
The Hide Away Foraging Box Feeder is perfect for the small guys and up to mid-sized birds to forage for their treats and snacks!
One of the things we all know we need to do is keep our companion parrots happy. One part of this responsibility is keeping them busy and their intelligent brains stimulated. Many of us who have worked long-term with companion birds have come to the realization that we may be handing them too much too easily - they have an unending supply of food available right in front of them, their toys hang there ready to be destroyed and their owners are many times too willing to spend extensive time simply cuddling their bird without really teaching or challenging that intelligence. This is most likely how much of the boredom or over-dependence on the owner to occupy the birds time may occur. In the wild - virtually nothing is handed easily to these animals. They work for food (forage) much of the day and even their play and interaction involves problem solving and thought.
We Recommend the Hide Away Foraging Box Feeder for small to mid-sized birds like: Cockatiels, Lovebirds, Parrotlets, Quakers, Conures, Senegals, Pionus, Caiques and similaly sized birds.
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For more information on why we use and recommend certain toys and parts as well as some of the specific safety concerns to be aware of when purchasing toys or parts anywhere - take a look at this article in the Educational Articles section of our website: (Click on the underlined link)
Selecting Safe Bird Toys
Before introducing any new toy, perch or food we recommend reading this article:
One Method of Introducing New Things
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