How do you make shredding toys for birds?

Quote from video: Kind of roll it up here and I found the easiest thing to do is take your needle nose pliers. And you're just gonna go in here. And stuff it so I stuff one end I don't have to stuff it a lot.

How do you make bird toys out of toilet paper rolls?


  1. Poke some holes into the toilet toll.
  2. Stuff the shredded newspaper into the middle of the toilet roll.
  3. Put the tasty treats on each side of the newspaper.
  4. Poke some treats and newspaper through the holes in the toilet roll to encourage you bird to investigate further.

What can birds play with?

They can include beads, bells, nuts, mirrors, or can be filled with food, treats or things to chew on like wood pieces. The number of different toys available is amazing, and bird owners should give their pets toys that are destructible and those that are not.

How do you make a bird play with toys?

What you can do: Try putting the toys in a different position. Some birds only want to chew toys that don’t move, so putting them on the side of the cage or on the cage floor is sometimes better for them. Sometimes even just hanging them next to a different perch is all that is needed!

How do you make a simple bird toy?

Quote from video: So what you're going to do is just take your sauce cup and crumble up or place your treats. Inside of the sauce cup i'm just going to crumble up some spray millet.

How do you make a bird playground?

Quote from video: And manila rope that i used to make natural perches i guess so what i did was i cut three pieces of rope. Into all equal lengths.

How do you make budgie toys out of household items?

Birds can have a ball playing with plastic poker chips. They can be strung on a rope to create hanging toys, but I like to use them as foot toys with my birds. They will pick them up, roll them around, throw them in the air and chew on them.

How do you make bird toys out of straws?

Quote from video: You'll notice on this one some of them are not quite centered. And it's really not that big a deal as long as you get a good bite on each of the straw it'll hold together well.