Bird Toy Ideas

Try some of these homemade fun ideas

Try some of these homemade fun ideas

There are some amazing toys on the market, and the more elaborate types will cost you a pretty penny. If your wallet isn’t as big as your bird’s desire to play, there are a ton of household items you can use to keep your bird entertained.

  • Drill a hole in a phone book and hang it on the side of the cage using sisal twine. The ink is safe, though a little dirty.
  • Cut up a cardboard box into various shapes, poke a hole in the center of each piece, and then string them onto a piece of twine, and tie it to the cage. Be careful that the twine you use doesn’t become a noose.
  • Use a small plastic food container as a daily toy box, and fill it with plastic straws, unsalted unbuttered popcorn, popsicle sticks, plastic spoons, and plastic toys and beads. You can get a lot of great hard plastic toys at thrift shops. To make the daily filling of the toy box easy, keep a cookie jar on your kitchen counter that’s relegated to little baubles for your bird, and fill it up as you come across things that are bird-safe and fun to play with.
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