If you’re unsure which toy your Eclectus Parrot would like the best, have a read of this handy guide.
Place treats inside the chewable or reusable foraging toys, then let your Eclectus get them out again. similar to how they'd get to food in the wild.
The Crinkle and Crunch is a vine ball filled with crinkle paper to get out.
Fill the Buffet Ball with all your bird’s favourite things, then see if your Eclectus Parrot can move the bucket to get them out again.
Your Eclectus must manoeuvre the treats through the Snack Rack to get them out again.
Wood and Rope Toys
Perfect for catering for your Eclectus Parrot’s chewing and preening needs. Materials to chew on help keep their beak healthy and trim, whilst ropes that can be preened help reduce unwanted over preening behaviours.
The Jumble Stacks has a myriad of wood for chewing on and rope for preening with.
The Stacks and Spools has towers of coloured wood your Eclectus can gnaw at.
Willow and Palm Toys
Have a host of different natural textures to chew on and unravel.
The Vine Ball Tree has lots of chewable and shreddable vine munch balls bundled together for foraging fun.
Coconut and Cactus Toys
Come with lots of fibres for your Eclectus to pick at and preen with.
The Coco Full Moon, Coconut Treasure Chest and Coco De Nut can easily be filled with treats too.
Bird Kabobs are made with agave or cactus wood. They are irresistible to Parrots, who love to strip away the pieces.
Are lightweight, so they can be picked up and thrown about.
The Sneaker Foot Toy even has cotton laces for your Parrot to untie.
The Large Jingle Ball makes lots of noise as your Eclectus moves it.
Birdie Bangles and Parrot Pipes are soft pieces of cardboard that your bird can chew on as well as play with.
Swings and Climbing Toys
Help to exercise feet and keep your Eclectus active through play.
The Jungle Wood and Rope Ladder has over 30 pieces of wood to strip off and chew on, to keep beaks trim and healthy.
Cardboard and Paper Toys
Watch your Eclectus enjoy hours of fun shredding these toys into smaller pieces, so beak and nails stay trim and healthy.
The Shred It is a long paper roll Eclectus Parrots love to shred and unravel into smaller pieces.
The Stacks of Shredding Medium is stacked high with cardboard pieces your Eclectus can shred with their feet or beak and chew on.
Acrylic and Metal Toys
Are built for Eclectus Parrots that prefer a tougher playtime, with parts to remove and pieces to spin and twist.
The Super Binkies Toy has lots of pacifier shaped dummies for your bird to remove.
The strong Super Star Foraging Toy is the perfect place to hide treats in for your Eclectus to find.
Bells and Musical Toys
Let your Eclectus really turn up the volume levels with the bells and musical toys.
As your Parrot bashes the Birdy Babble Ball it says phrases such as squeak and meow.
Your Eclectus can chime the Double Ringer Bell for many happy hours.
Activity and Trick
Spend time bonding with your Eclectus, teaching them a new skill, with these toys. They can learn colours and numbers with the Teacher Toy, learn how to talk with the Mimic Me and how to play sports such as basketball and skateboarding with the Basketball Set and Skateboard.
Not sure where to start? Try a great value toy pack, these can work out at better than half price compared to ordering each toy separately, and usually offer a variety of toy types for you to try your Eclectus with.
You’ll know your Parrot best, please choose toys that you feel are suitable for your Eclectus Parrot’s level of destruction. As with anything new it can take some time for your Eclectus to accept a new toy. Introduce new toys slowly. Place it some distance away from your Parrot at first, then bring it closer to them as they become more confident.
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Always supervise your Eclectus during playtime. Regularly maintain toys, especially ropes or fibres. Remove if you feel it poses a hazard to your bird.
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