What bell bird toys are good for small birds?
Small birds and bells go together like chocolate chips and cookies. For two fantastic choices check out the 1752 Double Disc and our 1857 Tinker Bell below!
Between the two of these enticing toys you have great choices in small packages, bearing your small feathered friend in mind. Bells-galore adorn our 1752 Double Disc, perfectly suited to your little guy ringing away. Then, there’s the less noisy but vibrantly colored 1857 Tinker Bell.
1752 Double Disc
1857 Tinker Bell
Smaller birds are usually full of energy and spend their days fluttering around their home looking for entertainment. Bells; especially those with colorful additions, are a guarantee to liven up our smaller friends’ days. Both of these toys are ideally sized for small birds at under 9 inches long and 3 inches wide. They are just big enough to ring about but small enough to be manipulated by those little feet and beaks. The 1857 Tinker Bell is loaded with three bells stacked upon each other and accompanied by bird-safe acrylic pacifiers and multicolored cylinder dividers. At 8 ½ inches high and 1 ½ inches long, this is just the ticket for those little guys that just have to make some noise to satisfy their day. However if your small feathered friend enjoys a bit more color with their noise making then the 1752 Double disc satisfies. Two colorful plastic discs are rimmed with colorful beads and held in place with colorful plastic straws. This of course, is completed by the medium sized bell at the bottom. 1752 Double Disc sits at 7 inches high and 3 inches wide; making it ideal for smaller birds to explore or even medium birds to tinker with. Either of these two toys offers a audible level of excitement and intrigue to your small feathered friends day. Enjoy hearing those flutters and jingles as a big thank you!
- A variety of play options.
- Durable and long lasting.
- All bird-safe materials.
- Quick link for easy cage placement.