Large Bird Toys

Large Birds Include:
Hawk-heads, Amazons, Congos, Eclectus, Alexandrines, Parakeets, and similar sized birds
Small Cockatoos: Goffin's, Rose-breasteds, Bare-eyeds, Lesser Sulphur-cresteds
Mini Macaws: Severes, Red-fronteds, Yellow-collareds, Illigers'

PP Shredder Ball Large
$13.99
PP03378
PP Carnival Large
$14.99
PP03424
PT Natural Slat with Beads
$19.99
PT00503
FM Foraging Tower, Medium
$22.99
FM966
FM Storm Tower Small
$24.99
FM968
Paradise Toys Large Foraging Tower
$18.99
PT00721
SBC Dizzy Diamonds
$17.99
SB1136
SBC Bagel Barrel
$18.99
SB1138
SBC Preen and Spin
$14.99
SB1140
SBC Groovy Chains
$19.99
SB1141
SBC Groovy Tower
$21.99
SB1142
SBC Tambourine
$31.99
SB1143
SBC Cheery "O's"
Regular price: $23.99
Sale price: $19.19
SB1145
SBC Bagel Squiggles
$42.99
SB1146
SBC Chunky Chew
$39.99
SB1147
FM Picky Picker
$19.99
FM816
FM Kooky Large
$21.99
FM828
SBC Stack 'em High
$20.99
SB1109
SBC Coco Cornhusk Forager
$24.99
SB1115
SBC Disco Fever
$16.99
SB1122
SBC Coco Swing and Forage
$39.99
SB1123
PK Wavy Gravy
$17.99
pk2029
PK Pine Cone Forager
$12.99
pk2030
PK Whiffle Joy
$12.99
pk2034
Super Bird Creations Palm Star
$13.99
SB1098
Super Bird Creations Kick Ball
$16.99
SB1105
Super Bird Creations Bagel Cascade
$18.99
SB1107
BBT Liberty
Regular price: $21.99
Sale price: $16.27
BBT312
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Birdie Tip: Some birds are finicky eaters. Introducing new foods can be frustrating when they do not eat them. the main reason birds resist new foods is because they do not recognize them as food. You can overcome this hurdle by two ways: one is to pretend you are eating the food and give some to another flock member to do the same in front of the bird; the second method is to put the food in a high food dish next to the highest perch. Birds feel more secure up high and will be more likely to eat there.

Bird Brain Information: There is no such thing as a "runt" in clutch of baby birds. In parrots, eggs are usually lain every other day, and they hatch on the same interval. So each baby is 2 days behind the previous hatchling. The last one to hatch is several days behind the first hatch and is therefore smaller. This is different than being a runt. A runt occurs when a litter of mammals, dogs for example, are born. The puppies compete within the womb for nutrients and growing space, and one always gets less of both than the others. When they are born this smaller one is considered a runt.