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IndianRingneckBoy
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Post by IndianRingneckBoy » Wed Jun 04, 2008 1:03 pm

Does any one now any good toys for IRNs becouse i want to be prepared for when my IRN comes THX
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Post by inept » Wed Jun 04, 2008 1:55 pm

My guy likes to chew. Straw, palm leaf, grapevine, wood, etc. He loves those grapevine munch balls and he likes popsicle sticks. Not too interested in acrylic/plastic/lucite toys but some birds are.

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Post by Amazonite » Wed Jun 04, 2008 2:35 pm

You dont have to spend heaps of money on toys, things like toilet rolls are great to chew on, cat toys, bird toys, baby toys, your things they will play with anything that they are aloud to have. But then each bird is different some like noisy toys others wont touch them.

Just get a few small toys to start off with to find out what your little guy will like then you can work it out from there, balls they can rip apart etc.

My boy pulls bells apart he takes the dingger out and thinks he is clever.
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Post by bec » Wed Jun 04, 2008 3:20 pm

you dont need to spend alot of money be creative
my older 2 irns like to distroy the wooden hanging toys & my baby just likes to throw round the indivdual wooden blocks from them
alot of people give their birds baby toys (like the plastic set of keys their are a few great posts in the pick forum
this is one i posted
http://www.indianringneck.com/board/vie ... php?t=5822
they seem to like things that they can hang on and chew and throw

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Post by IndianRingneckBoy » Wed Jun 04, 2008 11:47 pm

Thx for the help, and thx bec for the link
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Post by bec » Thu Jun 05, 2008 12:14 am

no worries i will be posting more pics of the udated area soon
(i went shopping again :lol: )

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Post by julie » Thu Jun 05, 2008 2:35 am

carrabena (sp) clips with one attached to the cage and then another attached to it work well, very simple but they get the most use in my house.
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