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Bird Toys – By Species

Find out what toys different bird species prefer

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Bird species have different preferences for the types of toys they like.
Courtesy Christian & Sabine Billen, IL

Different bird species have different preferences when it comes to their toys. African grey parrots enjoy intellectual puzzle toys. Cockatiels like mirrors and budgies enjoy small bird toys to beat up. Take a look at the toys listed under your bird’s species.

African grey
puzzle toys
preening toys
climbing ropes and hammocks

Amazon
wooden Destroy toys
rope toys
climbing ropes and hammocks

Budgie
preening toys
swings
small bird toys to beat up
small leather straps with knots and beads to chew on
soft wood toys
mirrors
ladders
bells

Caique
foot toys
climbing ropes and hammocks
exercise toys (swings/boings)
chew toys

Canaries
climbing ropes
assorted perches
hanging toys
ladders
swings

Cockatiel
preening toys
swings
ladders
small bird toys to beat up
small leather straps with knots to chew on
soft wood toys
mirrors
bells

Cockatoo
hard wooden block toys
softer wood toys
ringing bells/noise toys
stainless-steel puzzle toys

Conure
chew and destroy toys
paper shredding toys
soft wooden toys
foraging toys
music boxes

Eclectus
soft wood toys
plastic toys
boings/swings
climbing ropes and hammocks
shredder toys
coconut halves

Finches
variety of perches of different sizes and texture
small ladders
small swings
small bells

Lineolated Parakeets
swings
rings to hang from
preening toys (ropes)

Lories
noise toys (rattles and bells)
ladders
swings
climbing ropes and hammocks

Lovebirds
paper shredder toys
softwood toys
variety of perches
swings
ladders
puzzle toys (interlocking rings)
hanging toys with bells, beads or knots

Macaw
hard wooden block toys
foraging toys
stainless-steel puzzle toys
climbing ropes and hammocks

Parrotlet
variety of natural wood perches
swings
interlocking rings
hanging toys with bells
leather and rope toys

Poicephalus
preening toys
soft leather toys with knots and beads
noise toys
puzzle toys
chew toys
foot toys
climbing ropes and hammocks

Quaker
paper shredders toys
music boxes
leather straps with knots
preening toys
foot toys


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My budgie loves his bell toy! He LOVES LOVES it! =)
Chloe, Broken Arrow, OK
Posted: 5/15/2010 7:12:22 AM
My lovies just can't live without their plastic golf-balls with the bell inside. They seem to use it to vent their frustration by banging it around and yelling at it too. Its quite the scene.
Spence, Lansing, MI
Posted: 3/11/2010 9:35:35 PM
Great list - thanks for making it. Fidrych is just now starting to like the "pinata" type toys - his grandma got him one for Christmas!
Paul, silver spring, MD
Posted: 1/2/2010 4:22:29 AM
wait never mind i found it.. Oooops :O
Alexandra, Halifax, NS
Posted: 3/13/2009 12:57:45 PM
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