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Foraging Sphere


This is an entry level device for parrots that have limited or no foraging experience.

A six inch stainless steel skewer rod or kabob passes thru a three inch clear hanging globe with open slots on the bottom half.

To fill, hold the sphere in one hand and turn the rod counter clockwise, remove the top half and fill with the food of your choice and twist the rod back into place.

Extruded pellets, dehydrated or fresh fruit, fresh vegetables, shelled nuts or millet spray are excellent fill items.

You might pass the kabob thru a piece of fresh fruit or vegetable prior to reassembling to make a tempting lure.

The bell on the bottom of the sphere will attract the attention of a novice forager who may mistakenly think it is a toy.

Refillable, Interactive Foraging Toy that has a Built in Skewer and noisy bell at bottom.

Constructed from Polycarbonate Plastic and Stainless Steel.

Your parrot will love this interactive fun toy!

Availability: In stock

Product Number: 222


Additional Information

Bird Size Small, Medium
Bird Species Cockatiels, Ringnecks, Lorikeets, Quakers, Conures, Hahns Macaw, Caiques, Rosellas, Alexandrines, Galahs, Eclectus, Amazons, African Greys, Shortbill Corellas, Major Mitchell, Medium Macaws
Size Ball is 8cm round x 24.5cm long incl bell & link
Brand Creative Foraging
  1. Different specie Review by Gemma

    Some toys I buy for my conures only and some for my pet rats only. This one I bought for my rats. They loved it. Took them all a great amount of time to get the food, they were busy for hours on end.
    I will need to get another one for my consures to try. (Posted on 12/05/17)

  2. my conure loves it Review by Kim

    I already had skewers and a foraging ball. Proving so popular I decided to buy this one too. My boy loves having another bell toy and prefers it over his previous ball (Posted on 4/07/15)

  3. Clever, but he was too clever Review by Cassandra

    This was great while it lasted. My ringneck worked it out straight away and by putting the tastiest treats at the top it kept him entertained while I was at work.

    Then he worked it out some more. He was able to loosen the join in the centre and send the whole thing crashing down. Even worse, that join piece is now missing. I'll try an alternative hanging piece as he did love the foraging aspect, but I would consider that join a non-birdproof flaw. (Posted on 28/10/14)

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