- Stimulates early cognitive learning skills, introduces search opportunities and food finding through the naturally inquisitive play behavior of baby parrots.
- Aids in the development of motor skills.
- Promotes eye/foot coordination; critical for young parrots who must learn to manipulate objects.
- Interaction with movable objects aids in development of bone and muscle tissue.
When used as a Foraging Toy: Fill with treats, fresh or dehydrated fruit, nuts, sliced veggies, large pellets etc. Place on the bottom of the cage or present out of the cage on a flat surface. Parrots will work at the openings to extract the food.
When used as a Puzzle Toy: Fill with soft wood pieces, colored paper etc, and add a preferred treat. Search behavior will begin. Parrots will roll the ball around for hours to retrieve the contents.
When used as a Noise Maker: Add a few medium size plastic beads or a bell, parrots will pick it up, shake it and amuse themselves for extended periods of time.