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Creative Foraging Generation Ii Large Wheel (Amazons Etc)
- Parrots must spin the wheel to bring each filled compartment to the recovery chamber
- Remove back cover and fill with your bird's favorite food or treats
- A challenging device for large birds
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So when I first got this toy, my Eclectus was a champ at foraging through shredded paper stuffed in empty cereal boxes to find treats. I filled it with a couple of almonds and pumpkin seeds and showed her how the toy worked. She really wanted what was inside but it took her a minute to realize the opening was on the side and not the front. Then she still did not know how to turn the toy to access other chambers. This trick took her longer but I found having a perch below the toy gave her a good area to work from. I like the toy on her cage door right now because it lets her get at it from different angles. I started with big rewards and have been decreasing to mixing carrots and a seed or two and non food items to make her work more.
Overall it took her a about 3 weeks to get the toy down but now she gets excited when I hang it up.
Pros: solid, bird can see the treats, smoothly rotates, easy to clean and reattach to the cage with the mount that stays in place when the toy is off.
Cons: I don't believe this came with instructions and I had to learn on my own that the back clear plastic cube comes off the center metal shaft and then the rest of the toy can come apart for cleaning. The sticker on the front did not peal of cleaning and I spent a goooood long time getting the sticky residue off.
She has not been able to break it , it is pretty strong.
Now for a African Grey this size wheel is very good, not too big or too small. The wheel has openings in it and as the bird turns the wheel the individuale holes appear with what ever treat or small toy you have placed in there.
For me cleaning this wheel is easy , all you have to do is unhook it from the cage and then remove the back part with a small pinch, after that you will see a small screw and plastic click on bolt, remove them and there you have it wide open to wash out.
My bird hangs off her wheel and it still is working . The first hour after I had set it up in her cage, she was soo scared of it and sat on the other end of her cage. She did not even move or sing or call us like she usually does, so I thought this was not going to work. Just an hour or so later my husband says, I want to add some pistachios , thats her fav treat.
We added the pistachios and a minute or so later she was picking at the wheel trying to get them. The interesting thing is she knew what to do without us teaching her.
This wheel keeps her busy threw out the day and she loves it or what we serve her in it
Even with the adhesive remover the sticker would never come off. Next my parrot broke this in a matter of days.
Cheap product .