Toys are an important part of a healthy bird's life and lifestyle. Dr. Burkett recommends having no fewer than three toys in the cage - more is better, if there is space in the cage. Toys should be rotated monthly to provide environmental enrichment. It is important to provide a wide variety of textures, colors, and shapes.
Birdie Tip:Toys need to be rotated regularly. We recommend that you replace toys every 4-6 weeks. Keep a toy box and rotate the older toys, too.
Bird Brain Information: Specialized cells in the retina of many birds have a small droplet of colored oil which filter colors and even enables them to see in the UV spectrum.