Birds are incredibly smart, and a challenge toy can provide hours of stimulation. In nature, foraging for food and treats are part of daily life. SF&B's Treasure Chest™ is an incredibly strong plastic puzzle container. It is actually made from materials used to manufacture bullet proof glass. That is why we say it is Bird Proof™! The chest contains uniquely shaped wooden toys matching the holes. Just like the young child developmental toy. The large is an impressive 4.75 inches wide, while the small is 3 inches across. This foraging treasure chest will provide many hours of fun for your pet. Packed with colorful food colored dyed wooden shapes.
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My macaw loves this enrichment toy. He hasn't found any weak points to take advantage of, but he thoroughly enjoys looking for one. The wooden toys were history in 30 minutes; this was expected. I use it as a food foraging toy. His eyes light up when he sees it coming. It's certainly a regular in his rotation.
My parakeet LOVES this toy! Spends all day trying to get things out of it!
My Blue and Gold loves it....Keeps him busy non stop
My Mccaw loves the treasure chest toy. He liked the shred paper toy too but he was able to rip apart the lid at the weakest point
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Would this be sturdy enough for a Moluccan?
The Treasure Chest is made of incredibly strong plastic. It has been successfully used by all types and sizes of birds, including Macaws. Like any large bird, Moluccans have powerful beaks. We cannot guarantee that he/she cannot break it, but we do stand behind it, so if broken we will gladly make it right by offering you a replacement or refund. Thanks for the question.
What size is good for a Rose Breasted Cockatoo? What size is good for a Quaker?
Definately a small for the Quaker. The Rose could probably go with either side. If your Rose is used to larger toys, then the Large Chest would work well. If he/she does better with smaller toys - the small will work well. Sorry I cannot give an exact answer on that one.
Would this be a great toy for our African Grey?
Yes, it provides a challenge for the bird to get the wooden shapes out of the treasure chest. Once out, they are a chew toy reward. Refills our available. Our Illiger Macaw loves to get the pieces out - then drops them so we just make sure they are clean and replace them in the chest. You can also place seeds or treats in the chest and make it a forager feeder. Hope that helps!
What size for an Indian ringneck?
The Ringneck could go with either size - but, given their desire to climb and hang as they play, I would recomend the large Treasure Chest.
Which size would you recommend for a green cheek conure?
Would recomend the small size Treasure Chest for a Conure. The large could be too intimidating for a Conure. The wooden toys in a small will be good for him/her to play with and chew.