Category Archives for "DIY Toys and Games"

Toy: Rope Bridge

Submitted by: Mike A bridge for your budgie to use to get from his cage to you. What You’ll Need: Cotton or sisel rope, any length desired Steps: Step 1: Tie one end of the rope to somewhere on your budgie’s cage where he can get on it. Step 2: Tie the other end to […]

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Toy: Cheerio String

Submitted by: Jessica A toy/treat combination. What You’ll Need: Cheerios Twine Steps: Step 1: Get the twine and put cheerios through (put as many as you want!) Step 2: Tie a knot on the end of the last cheerio so all the cheerios stay on the sting. Step 3: Gently place the cheerio string into […]

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Toy: Chain Puzzle

Submitted by: Charlotte A simple toy that anyone can make and is very entertaining for bored pet birds! What You’ll Need: Dog’s choker-chain (these are the strongest) size of chain depending on size of your bird 100% cotton fabric strips – as many as you want Wooden beads/gum leaves/sticks/treats…anything your bird can safely chew on! […]

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Toy: The Food Chain

Submitted by: Kristy A toy/treat combination. What You’ll Need: Brand new plastic or aluminum chain (parakeet size, can be found in bird toy section of pet store) Clean organic-style craft twine (be absolutely certain there is no oil or pesticide on it) A couple large sized parrot biscuits, about an inch and a half long […]

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TOY: DIY Cloud

Toy: The Cloud Submitted by: Ashcan Author’s Note: An inexpensive, innovative toy that budgies will really love to play with. What You’ll Need: Small or medium sized binder clip OR wood clothespin White or recycled paper (1 or 2 sheets) Scissors Steps: Step 1: Cut the paper long-ways into strips about 1/4 inch (.5 cm) […]

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DIY Tissue Fun

Game: Tissue Fun Submitted by: Kim A fun game to play with your tame budgie. What You’ll Need: Tissues You! Steps: Step 1: Take your (tame) budgie out of its cage to play with you. Step 2: Get some tissues. Step 3: On a surface your budgie can run around on, such as the couch, […]

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