Keep all your bird’s food together in our tightly sealed storage boxes that are one of three sizes, small, medium and large. Pests, sunlight and moisture can’t get into them, but you can quickly retrieve the food inside.
Check that your Meyer’s or Senegal Parrot isn't eating too much food and piling on weight by weighing them on the scales, which are accurate to within one gram. They have a bowl to weigh baby birds in too.
Something else to fit onto your Meyer’s or Senegal Parrot’s cage are plenty of perches. The more perches your bird has to exercise their feet the healthier their feet become. Perches are built into a variety of lengths and from strong materials in order that they remain a permanent fixture in your Parrot’s cage.
Edible perches however, might be too chewable to miss. Another style of perch, sanded perches, trim your Parrot’s nails to a shorter, healthier length.
Stands are similar to perches because they are a sturdy surface for your Meyer’s or Senegal Parrot to rest. The bigger stands have space for you to attach hanging toys or feeding dishes to them.
Cage covers are for the outside of your Meyer’s or Senegal Parrot’s cage. Drape them over the top of it (they fit over most sizes) and help your bird enjoy a long night’s sleep that is free from distractions like sunlight and noise.
Another accessory your Meyer’s or Senegal can use to disappear from view for a little while is a hideaway. Hideaways are very soft and warm inside, the perfect place for your Parrot to rest their eyes or escape too when they feel scared or unsafe. Hideaways are in the form of a tent, hut, sack or blanket. It would be hard for your Parrot if they wanted to get away from it all for a short time but can’t. Parrots naturally hide when they feel frightened in the wild too.
Flying is another natural behaviour for your Parrot. It increases their intelligence, improves their levels of coordination and ultimately makes them fitter and healthier. Teach your Meyers’s or Senegal this important skill using a flight line or harness. Your feathered friend can spread their wings and you don’t have to be concerned they’ll escape.
After all that exercise spray your Meyer’s or Senegal Parrot in a lovely warm bath. You and your bird can have a splashing good time. Parrots are naturally hygienic creatures so they love keeping clean.
Buy all the accessories your Meyer’s or Senegal Parrot requires right here.