Wolf wrote:The problem with using driftwood is that it can be very difficult to tell what kind of wood that it is and that could easily be a disaster since not all woods are safe for our birds and some are quite toxic. Great for looks, I would have to agree. I think that it is much better to find a source of free bird safe wood that you can get a few branches of that still have the bark on them and your bird will love them as they are good for their feet, help to trim their nails and with them chewing on them they will have nice pretty and finely honed beaks.
seagoatdeb wrote:I would never use driftwood for a Cockatoo unless you know what kind of wood it is. Many woods are toxic to parrots and Cockatoos really can chew.
Pajarita wrote:One of my cockatoos brought a perch in his cage that was nothing but a piece of untreated 2x2 with a hole drilled on one side with a screw that had no head inserted in it that would stick out and go through the bars with two fender washers (one inside and one outside the cage) and the normal bolt thingies that look like a double key kind of thing (I don't know the name but Wolf might be able to help).
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