Pet Bird Perches

Birds are on their feet all day and night, they can't get off of them like a human can, so offering them a variety of perch diameters to stand on will help them exercise their feet and legs but also allow them to pick a perch they are comfortable on. From the smallest parakeet to the largest macaw, they all need to have various perch sizes. For small birds, adding a perch cover to one or two of the perches will help to keep their nails filed but do not cover all perches with sandy perch covers. Wood or rope, it doesn't matter, just vary the sizes.

Cosmic Crunch Perch

Cosmic Crunch Perch

Parrotlets Love It
Pros: Keeps beaks and nails groomed the easy way
Cons:
This is one of the best perches I have seen for parrotlets and linnies. We are breeders and have them in the cages of our fids. They love these perches and eat and groom all at once. Not to mention ge...
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