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27-04-2009 3:48 PM

    Well again ive been out bying more new toys for geoffrey and beaky my two greys

    it seems to be a compitition who can distroy it first and how quickly lol

    thought it may be good idea for suggestions for home made toys and foot toys that will be safe

    instead of buying the ususual playtoys plus save a little money too.

    also pictures of home made toys and gyms would be good for all members to see for different ideas

    kerry xx

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    27-04-2009 3:59 PM

    A very good idea! and very topical, as I have just ordered Norm some MORE toys.....

    I (well Norm actually) am particularily interested in preening and shredding toys, so any ideas would be great. He loves the spiked pinatas from Northern Parrots, but at £10.99 they are pretty dear.

    It seems to me that as we get our fair share of pluckers/cutters that we could maybe buy these in bulk!

     

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    27-04-2009 5:43 PM
    come on every one
    ideas and pics would be great to try something different, and materials you can use
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    27-04-2009 7:58 PM

    Our 2 CAGs both love shredding paper. I roll up 6 double sheets of newspaper and stuff them inside a toilet roll innard. Wedged in between the bars of their cages provides hours of entertainment.

     

    Another toy I make is using mini cereal boxes (the individual funsize packs), pack them with foraging stuff, favourite nuts, newspaper, shredder 'tape' fed through the box and tied cotton rope knots through holes in the sides. Charlie particularly enjoys unpacking and destroying these, seeing what goodies he can discover. You could even put coconut coarse 'hair' inside to encourage the preeners.

     

    I find that they seem to enjoy home-made toys more than bought ones.

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    27-04-2009 8:19 PM

    That's great Helen. Just what we need.

    Must admit, after lots and lots of money spent at Nothern Parrot and many, many hours worrying about Norm cutting his feathers while I am out , his most fav toy of the moment is a wine box turned on it's side! He chews and scratches like a chicken in it , then happily goes to sleep in it. When I come through the front door, worried to death about him, he staggers out , bleary eyed from his box announcing 'Good Boy'.

    ps 3 weeks and still no feather loss. ....such a clever little bird!

    pps he is left only 2 mornings, for 4 hours max.

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    27-04-2009 8:28 PM
    fantastic idea helen, i shell definetly try that
    lets have some more guys
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    27-04-2009 9:07 PM
    Oh sharon well done with norm and his feathers, thats good! cyds got a thing for fabric at the mo so i keep going through all my old clothes and hang them from the bars on her cage and she happily shreds them to bits and it keeps her amused for hours!!! causes quite abit of mess though!!
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    27-04-2009 10:28 PM

    Sharon, well done with Norm - you must be sooooo proud.

     

    Jade, Joey loves to pick at fabric - I hadn't thought of that one. Tomorrow he'll be getting one of my old teatowels to start on. Thanks!

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    27-04-2009 10:42 PM

    well i tried helens idea toilet roll holder and newspaper gone down a treat look at this lol

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    27-04-2009 10:50 PM

    well here is beaky with helens idea of ripped newspaper in a toilet roll, i stuck it between the bars but as you can see he wanted it for himself, doesnt want to share, i put two monkey nuts inside (roasted for human comsumption, not raw) and he spent about half hour rippng through it all

    great idea helen

     

    come everyone who knows more ideas and tips

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    28-04-2009 12:02 AM

    Charlie'll rip his from the bars if you let him! Glad Beaky's doing so well. He was a real sweetheart when we helped with his relay to his wonderful forever home!

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    28-04-2009 7:43 AM
    have you tried finding your nearest pine tree and getting a load of pine cones off!!? its about the time of year now when the cones start dropping off. give them a good wash and offer them to your birdies? mine get through loads a week and they loooooovvvvveeee them
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    28-04-2009 8:03 AM
    thanks jayne yet another great idea
    keep them coming
    has anyone got any piictures of there birds playing with there home made toys, would be great to see?
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    28-04-2009 10:40 AM
    wow shell that play area looks brill, great idea going
    to the charity shops and looking, guess where most of my time going to be spent lol
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    28-04-2009 6:14 PM

    I get Duplo (large lego) from charity shops or boot sales, takes them a bit longer to chew through it!

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    28-04-2009 6:15 PM
    Hey Shell thats a great birdroom would love some tips and more piccys x
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    30-04-2009 11:06 PM
    As our garage is part of the house we have said that once our business changes at the end of the year, we can turn it into a bird room!!.
    Although parrots can talk, they will never tell you how they are really feeling!.
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    01-05-2009 7:38 AM
    id love to have one room just to use as a play area, im at present making the back of the dining room into a little play gym
    i could do with an extension building
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    08-06-2009 12:50 PM
    I buy young childrens toys at car boot sales for my grey... he has a musical post with different sized flower rings on which he loves playing with, a hammer and saw, a little ball thing and a pull along turtle that he's not too sure of just yet Much cheaper than parrot toys and a little more robust
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    08-06-2009 1:19 PM
    sharon, thats the best excuse ever for having to always have to empty wine boxes lol must remember that one
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    08-06-2009 1:43 PM

    Certainly is a good excuse.

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    08-06-2009 1:52 PM
    i dont have too much of a problem with toys at moment, but will all change if I get more birdys lol as candi doesnt show much interest in toys although she does love the challenge of getting the lid off an empty pringles tub, so have been using those to stuff with goodies but once she has lid off loses interest lol
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    09-06-2009 6:23 AM
    Old denim jeans cut into, strips abou 1 inch x 4 inches, threaded thickly onto the chains of old toys to form a ball, mine love these, also plaiting them in a rope. Dog tug rope is Ruby's fav,she is totally in love with it, she preens, snuggles and talks to it, then puts it over her back at bedtime and goes to sleep.Her other fav is a hollowed out coconut that was a bought toy but she has had it for three years and taken all the bits out of it now, she doesnt destroy this, but uses it to talk into , its so funny watching her, coz it echoes, and she loves hearing her own voice. "her very own microphone lol".
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    09-06-2009 11:45 AM
    Would love to see some pics of peoples play rooms and gym areas please x
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    09-06-2009 2:50 PM

    I think  that would be a good idea for a new thread. I have seen a few photos scattered over the website, but to have them all together would be great.

    Anyone agree??

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    09-06-2009 7:18 PM
    Sounds great to me - start it off someone - Shell maybe?
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    09-06-2009 8:36 PM
    my play room's the living room an dining room..lol...
    there's wooden perch's right across both front windows....
    rope across the double doorway...
    rope from doorway to opposite walls ...
    it ok if your not over 5ft 2...lol..
    and you can't have dinner at table if birds are on the rope lol.
    (the ropes unhook and hang down 1 wall , when the bird's are in there cages)
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    13-06-2009 10:18 PM

    Hi all

    I have a good excuse for keeping  tonic stocked up for  the Gin my Jardines Mac loves playing peek a boo with the box that the small tins of tonic come in.

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    14-06-2009 4:06 AM
    Seems a good enough excuse to me Ruth LOL!
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    14-06-2009 8:57 AM
    My dining room is now my bird cage room and play area, my lounge is there lounge to join us whenever they have finished vandalising the now bird room, I have an extra large jave tree hanging with alsortss for them to play on, but they still prefer the wood door frames and walls
    My one aim is to serve the parrots in my care, to help those to weak to defend themselves, and bring alittle happiness into their lives, I prefer parrots to people but can handle them in moderation :)
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    16-03-2010 1:55 PM
    My Nellie CA.G.Loves shoe boxes filled eith shredded paper, I hide nuts, foot toys, wood chew blocks e.c.t. in the box & she spends ages going through it all. Only problem is she wont get out of the box until shee is 100% she got everything!! . I put toilet roll middles hanging around with paper stuffed in the ends, they have to get the ball of paper out to get to the treat inside. Ialso made some little foraging pots from yogurt pots, hang them & put treats in.A good one too is wrapping treats in paper & hiding them around the birds cage, area, playstand. They have to find them & unwrap them to get the treat. I recently got a large shallow plastic reptile type basking bowl which a fill with water in the morning for them to splash in. Once they have finished I dry it & fill it with shredded paper, treat boxes e.c.t. It really seems to have boosted their interst in toys & they get excercise too! They all have wooden parrot toys too but i find these little cheap & easy ones are far more appreciated. I rope everyone in & my freind has combated a life long Grey plucking problem by using these toys as distraction.
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    17-03-2010 2:39 AM
    i get a big cardboard box take all the sides of cut them in to little stipes ,get loads of paper rip it all up along with cat playball with bells in food treats and i also hang toys from the top of the box which i place on the floor on its side and jd loves it ,,charlie hates it ,,,,but for charlie i screw paper up into little balls and throw them next to him on the floor and he will pick them up with his beak and throw them and he does this for about 30 minutes and when he has had enough he walks of ,,,
    will never turn a living creature away from my door and heart for has long has i live
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    17-03-2010 5:42 AM
    No no no....don`t make your toys, buy them....from ME!!! Lol
    We stuff loo roll tubes with shreaded paper for the smaller birds, and, if supervised, Harley likes a ball in a sock!! He spends ages trying to get the ball out!!
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    17-03-2010 11:53 AM
    some great ideas,this could save me loads,shell you will have to come to my place when my bird room is ready for dressing
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    17-03-2010 12:36 PM
    Don't worry Scarlet- my boy won't touch anything home made. So demoralising when I have spent hours constructing a "creation". I will always need you!! lol
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    17-03-2010 12:48 PM
    Me too Scarlett, haven't got an artisitc/creative bone in my whole body!!
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    17-03-2010 12:48 PM
    Me too Scarlett, haven't got an artisitc/creative bone in my whole body!!
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    17-03-2010 1:21 PM
    i will still be soending with you to scarlett,i just carnt help my self,lols
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    21-03-2010 8:50 AM
    I've made really simple forage toys out of cardboard box's and shredded paper for my Kakariki's... I also bought some Parrot Toy making parts from ebay (Leather Squares, Leather String, Clips) and from a Hebedashery seller I got Leather String and Various Wooden beads... fairly cheap... I made a hanging toy with some of the parts and they loved to chew at the leather and the beads until they learnt how to untie it and the whole thing fell down lol but no matter I just pick all the bits up and tie it all up again... and they can destroy it again.. my Kakariki's don't seem that keen on alot of commercial toys.. I bought a string of 4 "cat type" balls as I had read they like these toys... they just get ignored... maybe I should pull them apart and let em play football on the floor. I bought them a figure of 8 mirror thing with a bell on the bottom.... Widget twiddles with the mirrors very occasionally and lil Laughing boy shows no interest at all 8-) Their favourite commercial toys are a wooden star with plastic beads round it and ropey tassles hanging out the bottom... so I bought another similar toy last weekend... a wooden heart with wooden tassles and bells verdict they like it but I think I'm going to concentrate on making more of my own toys for them as some commercial toys are quite dear for what they are and there's no guaruntee that your birds will like them! :-/
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    05-01-2011 12:32 PM

    I am a new member and have found all this info and the cheeptoys link absolutely brilliant.  thank you all.  I'm on a mission to make new toys for Enzo my Grey to happily destroy. 

     

     

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    05-01-2011 2:11 PM
    oooooh a newbie member and on my patch........... lol

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    06-01-2011 11:24 AM
    Hi. My birds like my straw toys. I use paper straws to make shapes in a similar vein to 'corn dollies'. As I build them I fill them with shredded paper and walnuts. I make small ones for foot toys and large ones to hang in the cages. The birds love them sooooo much I now have to make them out of sight, otherwise they try to take them from me before they are completed. One pack of paper straws is £2.99 and makes about 5 large toys. I don't have photos - but will try at the weekend, and then have the mammoth task of learning to attach them to a message.
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    30-01-2011 12:12 PM

     Huge thank you to all of you.  You are all fab.  

    Making these are keeping me busy and Enzo is enjoying himself  

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    31-01-2011 12:48 PM

     Hiya

    As you may have gathered I'm not the best on this thread thingy and more so to being a member.  Any tips or advice?  What does an ACO do?  Do you hold local meets or anything?  I am hoping to go on the rehoming list to get a companion for my Enzo.  

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    28-02-2011 8:59 AM
    I brought some rather large coconuts, got hubby to saw them in half, drilled 2 holes in the top and bottom, threaded some string to hold both parts together, stuffed them with treats and hung them in the cages. wow the ammy loved his so much, hes took all the straw stuff off the coconuts and then found the treats inside, the cockatoos just look at them with a blank look, were waiting for one of them to have a go. all good fun. maybe will be able to use them again once they get the hang of things.

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    09-05-2011 1:48 PM

     I likre the coconut idea.  now all I have to do if find some.  Its almost as hard as finding old style wooden pegs

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    09-05-2011 1:53 PM
    Asda often sell whole coconuts
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    09-05-2011 2:05 PM

    Ok wish me luck me luck on my treasure hunt lol

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    10-05-2011 1:59 AM

    That play area looks absolutely amazing!!! *heads off to nearest B&Q..*

    Very good ideas here, thank you all for sharing

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    10-05-2011 2:56 AM
    I'm having trouble with rocky -alexandrine - he loves to chew and has destroyed many toys - he can unfasten the clips and loves chewing the metal bits - he had a wooden cargo net thing he loved to perch on but destroyed it - we put another one up this time he snipped the metal so it was dangerous and had to be removed. We have now bought a large parrot ladder cut off 2 inches off the botton fixed hooks at the end and put this across the cage higher up so he now perches on this - loves it but has started chewing the rungs oh no! He had two large hanging bamboo toys and loves to chew off the wood sections then starts on the change and snips it - I'm worried it will damage his beak or he'll swallow something he shouldn't. We bought this large bamboo toy saturday today it only has one chain left. I would love to find a cheaper alternative. need to know again what rope is safe? and what wood is safe. his cage looks like matchsticks when he finishes and sometimes he wont come out of his cage he's enjoying himself so much. Advice always welcome
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    10-05-2011 11:59 AM
    For rope, sisal is safe and about the cheapest. We use coir rope (made from coconut 'hair'). Depending on how thick and what length you buy, it comes around £1.50 to £2 per metre. You can unravel some of it to thinner strands if you want.

    If I remember rightly, Shell made up her own cargo net using rope of 2 sizes and plastic cable ties. (I use these to fix our boys toys to their playstand.)

    Most people on here use Trafalgar marine, I believe. I use these: http://www.cheaprope.co.uk/ - Shaz recommended them. They are speedy helpful and I can recommend their coir. Incidentally, don't be tempted to buy fenders for boats. Although they are made of sisal, they are often treated with some waterproofing chemicals, which may not be bird-safe.

    The other option is to get someone local who is willing to cut branches of their bird-safe trees (lists of these are also available on the web). As l,ong as they aren't chemical-treated and they are definitely not poisonous, Rocky can chew on them to his heart's content. (Oh, and pine cones are good for that too!)

    Good luck with your hunt for cheaper and safe toys x.
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    11-05-2011 4:20 AM
    Off cuts of pine from local wood suppliers or go to B&Q in a sale and buy lots of different shaped wood, skirting board, decorative bits of wood, really really cheap and drill holes and thread on chains etc.

    I spent £8, took hubby 30 mins chopping and drilling. I coloured some, left others plain and stored them all in a toy box which lasted my prolific chewer 3 months.

    Did this after he destroyed a wooden toy costing £18 in less than an hour. I can't afford his expensive habits LOL LOL
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    11-05-2011 4:31 AM
    Does anyone know if manila natural fibre rope is safe ?
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    11-05-2011 5:40 AM
    Does anyone know if manila natural fibre rope is safe ?
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    Emma, i once bought a 10 mtr length of Manilla but really wasn't happy with the ''oil'' content. I actually murdered my washer ... i put it in on a boil wash and cuz of the weight didn't dare spin but of course it had increased in size so it was a heck of a struggle to get it out of the drum!!!
    i might be wrong, but i am sure someone told me that Manilla is made up of all the 'rubbish', i know the length i got had various black strands in it. I personally will only use Sisal or Coir.
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    11-05-2011 6:26 AM
    Thanks Shaz really appreciate it x x Emma
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    19-09-2011 12:44 PM
    Screwfix direct sell sisal rope about £7 for 30 mtrs untreated . Also wilkinsons sell oldfashioned pegs about £1.50 for 25 wooden wine racks are good as are wooden spoons
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