One cool way to make your bird happy is to try making your own bird toys. Bonka Bird Toys has bird toy parts for this purpose. Check out our bird toy parts.
Yes, Bonka Bird Toys offers bird toy parts. Our website features many bird toy parts and accessories that you can use when making new bird toys and expanding upon existing toys. These bird toy parts and accessories are completely bird-safe, just like the pre-made toys on our website.
Not every toy you provide your bird has to be pre-made. Many bird owners find it rewarding and fun to make their own bird toys. The possibilities are endless when you put your creative mind to work. And if you’re looking for some great bird toy parts, then you can count on Bonka Bird Toys. Our parts are safe, and we have many options to choose from. Today, we’re going to check out just a few of our favorite parts and accessories.
The first bird toy part we’re looking at today is the 3398 PK3 Palm Leaf Crabs. This is a 3-pack of crabs made from all-natural palm leaf. The palm leaf is uncolored, making this a good natural option for your bird. You can simply toss the palm leaf crabs around the cage for use as foot toys. Or you can tie them with other bird toy parts and hang them for your pet to poke and hew. Each palm leaf crab measures about 4 inches wide, 1.25 inches tall, and 3 inches deep.
Next, we’re looking at the 3385 PK6 Vine Sticks. This is a 6-pack of natural vine sticks that are great for chewing. The weaves going up and down the sticks provide a pleasant feeling for a bird’s beak. Your bird may also use this part to work its talons, which is great leg exercise. Many bird owners use the vine sticks in arts and crafts, and when making new toys. The sticks can be tied to other bird toy projects to give your feathered friend something fun and natural to chew on. Each stick measures about 5 inches long and is three-quarters of an inch thick.
The last bird toy part we are looking at is 3284 PK12 Natural Pinecones. This is a 12-pack of natural pinecones. Many bird owners know that pinecones are desirable for both chewing and foot exercises. Birds of all sizes love to work their beaks by chewing and gnawing on pinecones. And by leaving the pinecones at the bottom of the cage, your bird may try to walk upon them to toughen up its talons. These pinecones are completely bird-safe, and they are great for use in projects. Each one included here is about 2 inches long, 2 inches wide, and 2 inches deep.