This device hangs in the cage and consists of three 2-inch pull out drawers located on 3 different sides
Parrots must open the drawer(s) to access the food or treats
Each drawer has is a positive stop to prevent it from falling out or being easily removed by the bird

Size 15 x 5cm

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  • Variety:Parrots are intelligent creatures that can get bored easily. To keep them stimulated, it’s important to provide them with a variety of forager toys. Rotate their toys regularly to keep them interested.
  • Durability: Parrots have strong beaks that can destroy toys quickly. Choose forager toys made from durable materials, such as stainless steel, acrylic, or thick wood.
  • Size: The size of the forager toy should be appropriate for the size of your parrot. A toy that is too small will be easy for your parrot to destroy, while a toy that is too large may be too difficult for them to manipulate.
  • Difficulty: Start with forager toys that are easy for your parrot to solve and gradually increase the difficulty as they become more adept at foraging. This will help to keep them challenged and prevent them from getting frustrated.
  • Material: Look for forager toys made from safe materials that your parrot can chew on without ingesting harmful toxins. Avoid toys that are made from soft plastic or rubber, as these can be choking hazards.
  • Color: Parrots are attracted to bright colors. Choose forager toys that are colorful and visually stimulating.
  • Sound: Some forager toys make noise when they are manipulated. This can be a great way to attract your parrot’s attention and keep them engaged.
  • Hiding treats: Hide treats inside the forager toy to encourage your parrot to forage for them. This will provide them with mental and physical stimulation.
  • Cleaning: Forager toys can get messy, so it’s important to clean them regularly. Choose toys that are easy to clean with soap and water. 1 Safety: Make sure that the forager toy does not have any sharp edges or small parts that your parrot could choke on.



  • Companionship: Parrots are social creatures that bond with their human caregivers. They can provide companionship and entertainment, and some species can even learn to talk and mimic sounds.

  • Entertainment: Parrots are naturally curious and playful birds. They love to learn tricks and perform for their owners. Their antics and bright colors can bring joy and laughter to a home.

  • Working animals: Some parrot species, such as African greys and kea, are highly intelligent and can be trained to perform specific tasks. For example, they have been used to assist people with disabilities, such as fetching objects or turning on lights.


Additional Info This device hangs in the cage and consists of three 2-inch pull-out drawers located on 3 different sides
Each drawer has a positive stop to prevent it from falling out or being easily removed by the bird
This device becomes more interesting when you add a different treat in each drawer allowing the parrot to make choices based on being able to see the contents Or, hide a treat (a nut or piece of a favorite fruit) in shredded paper and stuff it into the drawer
Measures 2″ X 2″ X 13″
Animal/Species African Grey, Amazon, Eclectus, Galah & Smaller Cockatoo, Minature Macaw, Senegal & Meyers
Manufacturer Other Toy Brand
Product Type Foraging


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