Please contact us for recommendations on correct perch type and sizing for your specific companion bird.
Happy Trails Perches: 2 Lengths.
PLEASE NOTE: The above price is for the Short version only! You will be able to choose which length you wold like in the Available Options box above. The additional cost of the Large version will be ADDED to the above price.
Small: 28" Long x 5/8" Diameter. Shown on the bottom in the top picture at right.
Large: 72" Long x 5/8" Diameter. Shown on the top in the top picture at right.
Please click here to see the complete variety of Rope Perches we offer!
Recommended for birds from Finches, Canaries and Parrotlets up to Conures, Senegals, Pionus or similarly sized birds. We recommend having several different diameter perches in your bird's cage.
These are a formable rope perch made of specially woven, multi-colored cotton - that will soothe and exercise tender feet, while preventing the foot sores and raw spots that can develop when only dowels or hardwood natural perches are being used. Your bird will love the new shapes, bright colors and feel of these perches. We most highly recommend cotton rope as the primary in-cage perch material to provide the different perching surfaces and levels birds need in their environment along with an interesting variety of color. Your bird will love it when you (depending on the length of rope used) create loops, curves and other interesting shapes for them to explore. These perches install in minutes, and hold shape their shape for a long time. For use in either our Acrylic Cages or any standard metal cage.
At Parrot Island we use these rope perches to add on to our Manzanita Play Trees or to the PVC Hanging Gyms. Take a look at the picture to the right for some examples of some of our birds and how we use the rope perches at our store.
We recommend washing them every 10 to 14 days in the clothes washing machine (along with a few towels) and then hanging them up to dry - do NOT place them in the clothes dryer as the heat and tumbling will prematurely wear out your perch. Some of our customers recommend placing them in the upper rack of the dishwasher, setting it on a low heat cycle and then removing them before the dry cycle begins.
Please Note: We recommend cutting any loose threads that may develop through normal usage back to 1/2" length or less.
Take a look at the Cages, Carriers & Gyms Section of our website for further examples of how we use the various rope perches in our cages and trees - click on the above underlined link.
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