Fill your Eclectus Parrotís life with so many different accessories for them to use, play and interact with.
Parrots are prey animals and consequently show very few outward signs of something being wrong. Sudden increases or decreases in your birdís weight can be the sign of illness. Scales are accurate to within one gram, enabling you to keep a very close watch on your Parrotís weight.
After foraging toys, feeding dishes are the most popular way of your Eclectus getting to their food. There are stainless steel and plastic food bowls in a variety of sizes which fasten securely onto the bars of your Parrotís cage or play stand. There are also special containers for holding Java Fruit Cups and spacious storage boxes to store all the food in.
Every cage needs a continuous supply of clean, fresh water too.
A Parrot perch can help to trim your Eclectus Parrotís nails and keep their feet well exercised when they walk on their rough yet comfortable textures. Perches are varying lengths and made from a multitude of materials, from tough java wood to edible calcium!
Bathing your Eclectus in a warm bird bath is an enjoyable way of spending time with your bird. Most Parrots love keeping clean, so aim to wash them at least once a day. Misters give your Parrot a light soaking of water in between bath times. This is particularly important for Eclectus Parrots.
Parrot stands are great when your Eclectus needs to rest somewhere away from their cage. They are constructed using materials like wood and polycarbonate to make them more than strong enough for your birdís weight.
Having a regular cleaning routine is important for your Eclectus Parrotís wellbeing. There are easy to use disinfectants, clean up liquids, wipes and brushes that absorb and remove any mess your bird has made in their cage, on upholstery, in fact practically anywhere.
Line the bottom of your Parrotís cage with paper or oyster shell. This way, once the floor becomes too messy, itís straight forward enough to remove the lining and add fresh paper.
Air purifiers remove fine dander your Eclectus makes from their environment.
Every Eclectus Parrot is sure to enjoy learning to fly. It gives them increased self confidence, better agility and helps them get fit. Teach your bird to fly using a harness or flightline. Your Eclectus can spread their wings safely without escaping.
It must be difficult for your Eclectus Parrot if they want somewhere to retreat to when they feel scared or threatened but donít have anywhere to go. Purchase one of our hideaways and then your bird does have a secure, warm place to fly to should they want to disappear from view for a while.
For complete protection and security, drape a cage cover over your Parrotís cage in the evening. Some birds need 12 hours of sleep every night but they canít achieve that if there is a noisy and bright environment right outside their front door. Cage covers create an almost pitch black setting for your Eclectus to rest in and muffle noises from outside the cage.
Despite the need for darkness your Eclectus Parrot must get sufficient amounts of UV light throughout the day to synthesise Vitamin D3 in their skin or through a special process in the preening gland. This Vitamin D3 is then used to absorb calcium, used by your Eclectus to produce eggs and build strong bones. Use our bird lights to give your Parrot this UV.
Watching a DVD, listening to a CD or reading a book about Parrots provides you with lots of information about your feathered friend that you might not learn elsewhere.
Once youíve read up on training methods buy a training clicker which could be a fun way of training your bird.
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