The small cargo net is made from natural rope which is less likely to fray and tangle when chewed.

With chunky well-bound knots the cargo net is suitable for African Greys, Caiques, Senegals, etc

Net including hanging ropes approx 110cm (44″)  x 43cm (16″)

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  1. Measure and Cut the Netting:
    • Decide on the size of the climbing net you want. You’ll need to cut the cargo netting to this size.
    • Lay the cargo netting flat and use scissors to cut it to your desired dimensions. Make sure it’s large enough to accommodate your bird but small enough to fit in their cage or play area.
  2. Prepare the Rope:
    • Cut the rope into 10 equal lengths, considering the height of your cage or the area where you’ll hang the net.
    • The length of the ropes will depend on how high you want the net to be within the cage.
  3. Attach the Ropes to the Net:
    • At each of the 10 main top points of the cargo net, attach one piece of rope. You can do this by tying knots securely around the edges of the netting.
    • Make sure the knots are tight and won’t slip through the holes in the cargo netting.
  4. Secure the Ropes:
    • At the top ends of each rope, attach a carabiner or hook. This will allow you to easily hang the net in your bird’s cage or play area.
    • Ensure the carabiners or hooks are bird-safe, without any sharp edges that could harm your feathered friend.
  5. Hang the Climbing Net:
    • Place the net in your bird’s cage or play area.
    • Hang each of the 10 ropes from the top of the cage, spreading them out evenly so the net hangs flat.
    • You can adjust the length of the ropes to create different levels of difficulty for your bird to climb.


  • Safety First: Always use materials that are safe for your bird. Avoid ropes with frayed ends or materials that could fray and create hazards.
  • Supervision: When introducing any new toy or climbing structure, it’s a good idea to supervise your bird until you are sure they are comfortable and safe using it.
  • Variety: Birds love variety in their environment, so consider changing the position or layout of the climbing net occasionally to keep things interesting.




1. Exercise and Physical Activity

Small bird climbing nets provide an excellent way for birds to get the exercise they need. Birds, especially those kept in cages, need opportunities to move and stretch their muscles. Climbing on the net allows them to engage their legs, feet, wings, and core muscles, promoting overall physical health. It also helps to prevent obesity and related health issues.

2. Mental Stimulation and Enrichment

Birds are intelligent creatures that require mental stimulation to thrive. Climbing nets offer an enriching environment that encourages natural behaviors such as climbing, exploring, and problem-solving. This type of mental engagement helps to prevent boredom and potential behavioral issues like feather plucking or excessive vocalization.

3. Socialization and Bonding

If you have multiple small birds, a climbing net can become a social hub for them. Birds are naturally social animals, and having a shared space to climb and interact can strengthen their bonds with each other. It can also provide opportunities for supervised playtime outside of the cage, allowing birds to explore new environments and stimuli together.



Manufacturer Hagen/Hari Bird Food
Animal/Species Budgie & Lovebird, Caique, Canary/Finch, Cockatiel, Conure, Indian Ringneck, Jardine, Kakariki, Minature Macaw, Parakeet, Pionus, Quaker & Parrotlet, Senegal & Meyers
Product Type Wood/Rope Toy
Additional Info The small cargo net is made from natural rope which is less likely to fray and tangle when chewed.
With chunky well bound knots the cargo net is suitable for all bird types. Great for cages, aviaries and bird rooms. Can be used vertically or horizontally.
Actual climbing part of the net measures approx 56cm (22″) x 43cm (16″) (2ft x 1.8ft)
Net including hanging ropes approx 110cm (44″) x 43cm (16″)
Rope diameter approx 1.5cm with 2.5cm knots)


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