This tightly wound rope toy is fun for small birds to climb through and medium birds to swing on. Great for in the cage, aviary or hung on the ceiling.

20cm with 1.5cm diameter rope

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  • Rainbow of Colors:Parrots come in a dazzling array of colors, from the bright reds and blues of macaws to the emerald greens and yellows of conures. Their vibrant feathers aren’t just for show, though – they contain special pigments that help protect them from bacteria!
  • Talkative Traits: Parrots are famous for their ability to mimic sounds, including human speech. Some species, like the African Grey parrot, are incredibly skilled at mimicking human conversation. This doesn’t necessarily mean they understand what they’re saying, but it is a sign of their intelligence.
  • Brainy Birds: Speaking of intelligence, parrots are among the most intelligent birds in the world. They can solve puzzles, use tools, and even recognize themselves in a mirror – a feat that few animals can accomplish.
  • Long Lifespan: Owning a parrot is a serious commitment! These feathered friends can live for a very long time, with some species, like the African Grey parrot, having a lifespan of 50 to 70 years. That’s longer than many dog breeds!
  • Sized to Surprise:There’s a parrot out there for everyone! Parrots come in all shapes and sizes, from the tiny budgie, which is about the size of a finch, to the majestic hyacinth macaw, which can grow up to 3 feet long!
  • Hooked on Climbing: Parrots have special adaptations that make them excellent climbers. Their zygodactyl feet, with two toes facing forward and two facing backward, give them a strong grip on branches. Their strong beaks are also helpful for climbing and foraging for food.
  • Feathered Foodies: A parrot’s diet varies depending on the species, but most parrots enjoy a mix of seeds, fruits, nuts, and vegetables. Some parrots even have a taste for nectar and pollen.
  • Social Butterflies: Parrots are social creatures that live in flocks in the wild. They spend their days foraging for food, preening each other’s feathers, and communicating with each other through a variety of vocalizations.
  • Monogamous Mates: Many parrot species are monogamous, meaning they mate for life. They form strong pair bonds and work together to raise their young.
  • Rainforest Royalty: The majority of parrot species are found in tropical and subtropical regions around the world, with the greatest diversity found in South America. Sadly, man.



  1. Climbing:Parrots are natural climbers, and the Astro Lobe Small Rope Climber provides them with a safe and fun way to exercise their climbing instincts. The tightly wound rope provides a good grip for parrots’ feet, and the different shapes and sizes of the lobes give them a variety of climbing challenges.
    Astro Lobe Small Rope Climber parrot
  2. Swinging: Swinging is another natural behavior for parrots, and the Astro Lobe Small Rope Climber can be used as a swing toy. Medium-sized parrots can swing back and forth on the rope, which can help them burn off energy and stay entertained.
  3. Preening: Parrots spend a lot of time preening their feathers, and the Astro Lobe Small Rope Climber can provide them with a place to preen. The rough texture of the rope can help to remove dirt and debris from the parrots’ feathers, and the different shapes and sizes of the lobes can give them something to preen on.


More Information
Manufacturer Adventure Bound
Animal/Species Minature Macaw, Parakeet, Pionus, Quaker & Parrotlet, Senegal & Meyers
Product Type Wood/Rope Toy


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