Next to food, bird toys are the second most important item for your bird. Always keep a variety of at least three toys in your bird's cage, and one or two toys on your bird's play stand. Watch to see which type of material your bird loves to destroy, and try other toys made of similar materials. Toys should be replaced and rotated at least once a month to keep your bird entertained.
Our toys have been organized three ways: by material, by manufacturer, and by size.
To keep things simple, you can follow our sizing chart. You'll see these icons on each page, indicating which birds the toy is best suited for.