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    Featherland Paradise Foraging Capsule

    $48.95
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    Product Description

    Featherland Paradise Foraging Capsule

    The Foraging Capsule is for clever and experienced foragers. This foraging toy is perfect for your medium or large sized bird to put its foraging skills to work.

    Birds learn to pull down the strap, releasing the food into the lower chamber to retrieve treats. The bird must stand on one leg, hold the device steady with its other foot, and nibble away at the exposed food item. The foraging capsule will test the mental and physical capabilities of even the most clever birds.

    The durable polycarbonate material also lets your bird chew away at the Foraging Capsule for years and years!

    Approx. Dimensions

    48cm x 11cm x 11cm

    Recommended For

    Medium Birds - Quakers, Senegals, Indian Ringnecks, Port Lincoln, Rainbow Lories, Rosellas, Noble Macaw, Hahns Macaw, Medium Conures (Sun, Janday, Nanday, Blue Crown), Caiques, Pionus and similar sized birds.

    Large Birds - Amazons (Lilac Crown, Blue Front, Yellow-naped), Timneh African Grey, Alexandrine, Yellow Collar Macaw, Small Cockatoos (Goffins, Major Mitchell, Galah, Lesser Sulphur), Chattering Lori,  all Pionus Parrots, Eclectus, Medium Macaws (Severe, Red Fronted), Large Amazons (Double Yellow, Yellow Nape), Umbrella Cockatoos, Congo African Grey and similar sized birds.

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    Mel C.
    Very tricky - keeps him entertained for hours

    My parrot loves puzzle toys and he usually works them out very quickly. So I was happy to finally find one that worked a bit differently to his usual sliding toys - it's much harder and he still hasn't figured it out! This toy is suited to a larger parrot. My parrot is small/medium, but he's still able to use it on easy mode (I have the seeds in both sections of the chamber because at first he was getting frustrated and started complaining when shaking it for a few hours wouldn't work). He can just barely reach through with his little beak so I have to keep the lower seeds piled up a bit. I got this puzzle toy in the hopes for him to gain some foot motor skills (of which he has none) but it might just be a bit too big for him to naturally want to use his feet. I've added an extra colourful plastic chain to the hook at the bottom to add some weight and make it more appealing to tug and explore.