Decided to update Winston’s cage from the janky, rickety red one that always falls apart to a swankier blue one (this involved purchasing it from a neighbor on the other end of the development and carrying it waiter-style on my shoulder ALLLLLL the way back to my house, thus solidifying my position as the resident crazy bird lady).
The only sad part was the loss of the swinging door… We stuck this epic perch onto it that doubled as an indoor/outdoor “porch” as Fletcher puts it. That was the single benefit of the old, constantly-collapsing one.
The little ones needed something. Thus, we added some “antlers” to the top of the new one and created… “The Deck”!
They dig it. 🙂
… Though Fletcher is now calling it the “Swiss Family Robinson”.
Today was a snow day, which meant I had time to make my birds a foraging toy! Hurray!
Behold the fury that is Louie:
Easiest toy ever–cut a slice off the side of a fairly large bell pepper, stuff the inside with a bunch of fruits and vegetables (this one was filled with carrots, peas, lima beans, a variety of other types of protein-ish beans, banana, and raw jalapenos), then tie it to the inside of the cage. The only safety concern is the string–you want to make sure it’s short. Once your parrot destroys it, you don’t want it long enough that it could get wrapped around your feathered friend!
I’m still not sure Louie actually likes this toy, but, you know… it’s at least entertaining for me?