If you can’t decide which toy your Large Conure would like the best, we’ve put together this handy guide to help you choose the best one for your feathered friend.
Keep your Large Conure mentally stimulated. Hide treats inside them, then your feathered friend can work out how to get them out, either through chewing or by solving the puzzle.
For instance the Foraging Fruit Rack has grooves inside where you can place edible goodies, then see if your Conure can move the rewards through the holes to get them out.
Place treats in the top section of the Snack Rack, then cover it up and see if your Parrot can get them out again.
The Plaited Pleasure has loads of material for your Conure to shred, preen with and destroy.
The Treasure Hunt has loads of holes inside, where you can push treats in for your bird to find.
Cardboard and Paper Toys
Fun to shred, Parrots just love the sound they make as they tear them into smaller pieces.
Try the tightly rolled cardboard rings and tubes from the Birdie Bangles range.
The Shredding Coronet has wood slats and dowels for your Conure to investigate.
Wood and Rope Toys
Offer material for chewing and preening on.
Chewing on the wood helps your Conure to keep their beak healthy and trim. Preening on rope fibres can help prevent unwanted over preening behaviours for a companion with healthy plumage.
The Jumble Stacks is a range of colours, beads, slats and other wood pieces to explore.
The circular Cartwheel Toy has plenty of wood slats and beads for your Conure to remove and chew.
The Multi Preener is waiting for your Parrot to start preening it, with all its soft cotton pieces.
Willow and Palm Toys
Perfect for chewing on, picking apart and unravelling.
Like the Spiked Coloured Pinata, is two chews in one. Once your bird has gone through the palm leaf outer layer, they reach a myriad of natural fibres.
The Woven Wonders Shredder Roll is over 9 metres long.
The Vine Ball Tree has lots of colourful vine balls that you can hide treats in and the important wood for chewing on.
Coconut and Cactus Toys
Have loads of natural fibres to keep beaks busy and entertained. Be sure to check out the..
Coconut Treasure Chest, with lots of coco fibres to forage and chew on.
Coco de Nut, which is a half coconut filled with lots of chewables.
Bird Kabob range, that are made of agave or cactus wood that Conures find irresistible to chew and shred.
Acrylic and Metal Toys
These are made for Conures that prefer a destructive playtime, with parts to spin, move around and remove.
The Super Star Foraging Toy lets your Conure indulge in their natural foraging instincts. Hide small treats inside, then let them work out if they can retrieve the treats from it.
Are lightweight perfect for picking up and throwing around. Their size encourages your Conure to hold them in their feet too for some essential exercise.
The multi-textured Sneaker Foot Toy has rubber soles and cotton laces, that Conures like to untie.
The Jingle Ball makes plenty of noise as your bird plays with it, thanks to the small bell inside.
Munch Balls give your Conure so much entertainment, chewing and unravelling them.
Swings and Climbing Toys
Perfect for active Conures to show off and exercise through play.
The Rainbow Ring has endless amounts of knots to undo, plus your Conure can climb all around it.
The Jungle Wood and Rope Ladder has over 30 pieces of wood your Large Conure can strip off, chew on and walk across.
Bells and Musical Toys
Parrots love toys that are as noisy as they are, so these toys are sure to become a favourite.
The Double Ringer Bell, in a small or large size, chimes away, plus your Conure can learn to remove the clapper inside.
The Chime Time not only has bells, but latex swirls and calcium pieces to enjoy too.
Activity and Trick Toys
Want to teach your Large Conure a new skill? Then try these toys. They could learn to drive a car like the Trick Time, colours and numbers with the Teacher Toy or learn simple words and phrases with Mimic Me.
A great place to start is with a toy pack, these great value packs 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 Conure with.
You’ll know your Parrot best, please choose toys that you feel are suitable for your Conure’s level of destruction. As with anything new it can take some time for your Large Conure 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 Conure during playtime. Regularly maintain toys, especially ropes or fibres. Remove if you feel it poses a hazard to your bird.
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