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Lightly spray tray liner with water before clean up to prevent flying debris and feathers

Lightly spray tray liner with water before clean up to prevent flying debris and feathers

It's obvious you should know things before your parrot needs to give you instruction. Otherwise, you are just broken. Get your daily Felix at facebook.com/felixlafollett

It's obvious you should know things before your parrot needs to give you instruction. Otherwise, you are just broken. Get your daily Felix at facebook.com/felixlafollett

Take Your Pet Bird Outside Step 7.jpg I know just a painting but I would do this for my bird.

Take Your Pet Bird Outside Step 7.jpg I know just a painting but I would do this for my bird.

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Drill a hole and thread a string through... add some nuts and hang it up for foraging fun.

Drill a hole and thread a string through... add some nuts and hang it up for foraging fun.

Small Ha's Foraging Fun Tube Small Bird Toy Foraging Bird Toy - I think I could make something like this using paper towel rolls/toilet rolls. Will certainly try.

Small Ha's Foraging Fun Tube Small Bird Toy Foraging Bird Toy - I think I could make something like this using paper towel rolls/toilet rolls. Will certainly try.

Hot weather making fresh foods you offer to your birds wilt, become limp or rubbery? Try floating them in water! They stay fresher longer, making them more appetizing, plus birds like the added challenge of "bobbing" for their foods. I just finished writing an article on this very topic for Australian Aviary Life that will appear in the next issue. Try it! Your birds will love you for it. I know mine do.

Hot weather making fresh foods you offer to your birds wilt, become limp or rubbery? Try floating them in water! They stay fresher longer, making them more appetizing, plus birds like the added challenge of "bobbing" for their foods. I just finished writing an article on this very topic for Australian Aviary Life that will appear in the next issue. Try it! Your birds will love you for it. I know mine do.