PARROT PICNIC TREAT SELECTION

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£12.49

A fun mix of foods for your bird to try! Included in this picnic are a variety of delicious treats suitable for small and medium parrots such as Senegals, Caiques, African Greys and Amazon Parrots

Roudybush complete pellet diet 500g

Medium Bird Fruity Seed Mix 500g

1 x Sunburst Treat bar

Paper foraging shredding box

1 x Scoop Tropical Fruit Mix

Jelly treat

Picnic contents may vary due to availability. Picnic basket NOT included

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Manufacturer Scarletts
Product Type Feed Mix/Seed

 

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  1. Nutritional Balance: Choose treats that complement your parrot’s regular diet, ensuring they receive a balanced nutrition even during picnics.
  2. Fresh Fruits: Many parrots enjoy fresh fruits like apples, grapes, berries, and oranges. These are not only tasty but also provide vitamins and minerals.
  3. Colorful Veggies: Vegetables such as carrots, bell peppers, broccoli, and snap peas are great options. They add color and variety to the picnic spread.
  4. Nuts and Seeds: Offer small amounts of unsalted nuts like almonds, walnuts, or seeds such as sunflower or pumpkin seeds. These are high in healthy fats and protein.
  5. Whole Grains: Parrots can enjoy cooked whole grains like quinoa, brown rice, or whole wheat pasta. These provide energy and fiber.
  6. Herbs and Greens: Fresh herbs like parsley, cilantro, or basil add flavor and can have health benefits. Dark leafy greens such as kale or spinach are also good choices.
  7. Protein Boost: For a protein boost, consider small pieces of cooked chicken or hard-boiled eggs. These are nutritious and satisfying for parrots.
  8. Avoid Toxic Foods: Never include avocado, chocolate, caffeine, or alcohol in your parrot’s picnic. These are toxic to birds and can be harmful.
  9. Limit Sugary Treats: While an occasional piece of fruit with natural sugars is fine, avoid excessive sugary treats like candies or sugary cereals.
  10. Size and Preparation: Chop or slice foods into manageable pieces for your parrot. Avoid large chunks that might be difficult for them to eat, especially during outdoor picnics.

 

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Uses

1. Enrichment and Mental Stimulation

  • Nut-Filled Toys: Treats hidden inside foraging toys or puzzle feeders engage your parrot’s mind and encourage natural foraging behaviors.
  • Fruit Skewers: Threaded fruits like grapes, berries, and pineapple on a skewer make a fun and challenging treat for your parrot to figure out and enjoy.

2. Nutritional Boost

  • Nuts and Seeds: Offer a mix of unsalted, raw nuts like almonds, walnuts, and Brazil nuts, along with seeds like sunflower and pumpkin. These provide healthy fats, proteins, and essential nutrients.
  • Fresh Veggies: Crisp vegetables such as bell peppers, carrots, and snap peas offer vitamins and minerals. They can be served as small pieces or on a kabob for added fun.

3. Bonding and Social Interaction

  • Healthy Treats for Hand-Feeding: Items like small pieces of banana, apple, or even whole grains like quinoa can be offered by hand. This helps build trust and strengthen the bond between you and your parrot.
  • Homemade Birdie Bread: Bake a nutritious bread using bird-safe ingredients like whole grains, veggies, and a bit of fruit. It’s a tasty and bonding treat for your feathered companion.

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Manufacturer Scarletts
Product Type Feed Mix/Seed

 

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