Birds of all sizes love the 1969 Spoon Delight. This shiny toy can be a fun new plaything for your feathered friend. Learn about the 1969 Spoon Delight.
The 1969 Spoon Delightis fun bird toy for birds of all varieties and sizes. It consists of multiple spoons all secured to a chain. The shiny colors will attract your bird’s attention, and it is durable enough to enjoy for multiple play sessions. Your bird will love the 1969 Spoon Delight.
Many birds have a great affinity for shiny objects. They are fascinated by these intriguing materials that catch their eye and warrant their attention. Stainless steel spoons are perfect for attracting your bird’s focus. The 1969 Spoon Delight accomplishes this with its small metal spoons, and its shiny chain. Your feathered friend will love gazing at this wonder and poking at the spoons to their heart’s content.
More active birds enjoy the 1969 Spoon Delight as a climbing or swinging toy. You can hang it from your bird’s cage and watch as they find creative and fun ways to enjoy this new gadget. Each spoon also features vibrant acrylic plastic that is also visually pleasing to a bird’s eye. Birds love to perch upon the hanging chain to work their talons, and they may even gnaw on the plastic to work their beaks.
Birds of any size can get great use out of the 1969 Spoon Delight. We have seen it work particularly well with medium-sized birds. It is the perfect size for them to poke, peck and exercise their beaks. If you dangle it from the top of the cage, your flying compadre may even try to use it as a swing. What fun! This is a great treat that you can provide for your bird to make them happy and offer them hours of amusement.
The stainless steel chain used in the 1969 Spoon Delight measures 14 inches long. Each of the attached spoons measures three (3) to four (4) inches in length. The acrylic plastic and the stainless steel are all bird-safe, and you can leave your bird alone with the toy without worry. It comes with multiple hanging options, allowing you to get extra creative in its placement.