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Birds USA Exclusive: Types of Bird Toys Quiz Answers

Question 1:The correct answer is C
Colorful wooden blocks and paper piñatas are in the Destructible Toy category. Destructible toys are meant to be chewed and destroyed. These types of toys are commonly made of wood, cardboard or paper parts.

If you got the right answer, give yourself 1 point. If your answer is wrong, you receive zero points.

Question 2:The correct answer is B
Interactive toys, like puzzles, provide your bird with intellectual stimulation. Other toys that challenge your bird’s intellect include knots to untie, nuts and bolts to unscrew, and other moveable materials like beads.

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Question 3:The correct answer is C
Exercise toys, such as boings and swings, are good for your bird’s physical health. Other exercise toys include perches that allow your bird to grip down on while flapping its wings. These types of perches are typically made of rope. Foot toys and ladders also fall in this toy category. Foot toys and ladders also get your bird active and moving.

If you got the right answer, give yourself 1 point. If your answer is wrong, you receive zero points.

Question 4:The correct answer is B
Noise toys appeal to your bird’s instinct to communicate. Birds naturally use vocalizations to communicate. Toys included in this category usually have bells or rattles. These toys may also squeak and play music. Parrots also enjoy banging toys made of metal against their cage to make a sound.

If you got the right answer, give yourself 1 point. If your answer is wrong, you receive zero points.

Question 5:The correct answer is D
Mirrors are a part of the Interactive toy category. Interactive toys like mirrors that allow a bird to see its reflection seem to be preferred by cockatiels and budgies. Some of these birds will spend time whistling and admiring their reflections.

If you got the right answer, give yourself 1 point. If your answer is wrong, you receive zero points.

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2 points: Two out of five isn't bad. You read the article.
3 points: Respectable. You paid attention to what you read in the article.
4 points: Impressive! You must have some real experience with birds.
5 points: Wow! You must be on your way to becoming an avian behaviorist.



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