Keeping your highly active Conure busy, entertained and mentally stimulated couldn’t be easier. In this useful guide you’ll discover all the different styles, plus, we’ve highlighted some of the toys highly rated by other Parrot owners.
In the wild your Small Conure would naturally go foraging for food. And reusable and chewable foraging toys let them replicate this natural behaviour.
The four sides of the Foraging Cube have slots in which your bird can work at getting paper through.
The Triple Foraging Pouches has three pouches filled with natural fibres your bird can enjoy picking, pulling on and unravelling.
Wedge treats into the hollows of the Foraging Fruit Rack, then they can enjoy getting them out again.
With the Barrel of Fun your Small Conure has to learn how to unscrew the chambers to get to the goodies.
Wood and Rope Toys
Offer materials for chewing and preening on. Chewing on wood helps your Conure to keep their beak healthy and trim. Preening on ropes helps to prevent unwanted over preening behaviours.
The Popsicle Sticks has lots of coloured lolly sticks to chew and move around.
The Preening Plait has loads of leather pieces and sisal rope your bird can work at untying and preening with.
Cardboard and Paper Toys
Birds love the sound paper and cardboard make as they tear them into smaller pieces.
The Shred It Toy has a long length of paper roll for your Small Conure to unravel and shred.
The ever popular Stacks of Shredding Medium has layers of chewable and shreddable cardboard to destroy.
Willow and Palm Toys
Have loads of fibres your Conure can pick, preen and unravel.
The Octopus Pinata has a palm leaf outer layer and an inner layer of natural fibres.
The Mega Munch Ball Stack has vine and other natural materials to unravel and forage in.
Coconut and Cactus Toys
Bird Kabobs are made using agave or cactus wood. The munchable, chewable and shreddable cactus wood is irresistible to most Conures.
Acrylic and Metal Toys
Are super tough, for your strong Conure to enjoy.
The Key Chime has a metal key that chimes softly against the wood pieces, great noise-making fun.
The Links and Knots consists of coloured plastic links your Conure can work at removing.
Perfect for keeping feet exercised and your Conure’s beak busy.
Birdie Bangles are in a pipe or ring shape. They are made from soft cardboard these littler beaks can shred and chew on.
The Sneaker Foot Toy has laces your Parrot can untie.
Munch Balls are loads of fun to chew on and unravel.
Swings and Climbing Toys
These promote your Conure to exercise through play.
A Coloured Bendy Ladder can be turned into a bridge or climbing wall.
Bells and Musical Toys
Parrots adore toys that are as noisy as they are, so these are sure to become a favourite.
A Small Double Ringer Bell lets a Small Conure make noise for even longer. It chimes away as your Conure plays.
Activity and Trick
Provide lots of physical and mental stimulation. They can learn to shoot hoops with the Basketball, colours and numbers with the Teacher Toy and learn to speak 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 Small 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 Small 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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