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Bird Toys

Prevent Bird Boredom
These tips will keep your bird entertained -- and your home furnishings safe

Bird Breeder Feature - Move Up To An Aviary
The aviary includes plenty of hanging toys and swings.

How Playing Is Healthy For Pet Birds
Pet birds play because of instinct, for health, to learn natural behaviors and just for fun.

Bird Toys - Live Tree As A Playgym
So you want to get a tree for your birds to play on?

Bird Toys - Pet Bird Toys & Safety
Your pet bird's best defense for bird toy safety is you.

Bird Toys For All Types Of Play
Release your bird’s inner child with toys and play.

Bird Toys - Teach Your Pet Bird To Play
Once your pet bird learns how to play, toys are not the limit.

CageNCookin - Playstands, Lighting and Detergent
How do you create a secure playstand? How much full-spectrum lighting does your bird need? Is detergent safe?

Make Pet Bird Toys Last
Stretch your budget with these tips for bird toy upkeep.

Learn How Your Pet Bird Likes To Play
Parrots love to play, so learn what types of bird toys to provide your small-, medium- and large-sized parrot.

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