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Creative Foraging Systems HideAway Foraging Box Feeder for Small Birds
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Creative Foraging Systems HideAway Foraging Box Feeder for Small Birds

Your Price:$10.00
Retail Price:$12.95
Your Savings:$2.95(23%)
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Windy City Parrot Defines Medium Species BirdsWindy City Parrot Defines Small Species Birds

2-1/2 Inches x 2-12 Inches x 3-3/4 Inches - 10 Inches overall with chain

It's really hard to find true interactive foraging bird toys for smaller birds like parakeets and cockatiels, but this one is size just right for the smaller birds.

Comes with 2 food grade chipboard box covers & quick link for EZ bird cage install

To Use:
  1. Slide the chipboard sleeve over the device
  2. Utilize perforated holes to expose food or treat
  3. Fill device with food
  4. Hang in cage
  5. Birds must chew through the paper to access the rewards
Chipboard sleeve replacements available in listing.

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This video shows a cockatiel being entertained using the Caitec Hide Away Foraging Box Feeder
5 Stars
Foraging for Small Birds (finally!)
Foraging toys for large parrots are plentiful. It is harder to find enrichment and foraging items for cockatiels, budgies and other small birds. This is a good foraging toy for the little guys! Our budgie pokes into the holes to eat the seed, but hasn't figured out that he can chew away the cardboard yet. The cockatiel has gnawed at his but he has always been a skilled destroyer (picture frames, tops of doors and ((birdsafe!)) houseplants beware!). I suspect I will be needing those additional box covers soon!
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Reviewed by:  from NC. on 1/10/2014
5 Stars
great size for tiels
My tiel had no interest in chewing off the chipboard but he is still entertained by trying to get more food out of the feeder. I'm hoping once he's used to it having food I can put the sleeve back on to make him work for it.
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Reviewed by:  from Boston. on 3/19/2015
5 Stars
Great foraging toy
Our little green cheek gets obsessed with this foraging toy. It does occupy him for spans of time, as he tries to get to the toys or treats inside. I was a little slow figuring out how to open it so I could fill it, but Gus loves it.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Waco Texas. on 10/26/2014
5 Stars
Our cockatiel loves this!
He has spent a lot of time foraging! So glad we purchased is hard to find foraging toys for smaller birds.
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Reviewed by:  from Winfield. on 2/12/2016

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