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Java Wood Parrot Play Stand Tree Table Top Large

Original price was: $400.00.Current price is: $350.00.

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Java Wood Parrot Play Stand Tree Table Top Large

Technical Details

  • Exterior Dimensions: 28″ L x 18″ W x 24″ T
  • Weight: 15-20 lbs.
Product Features
  • Thick branch diameter for medium- and large-size birds like caique, Amazon, Greys, Eclectus, smaller Macaw
  • Sustainably harvested 100% natural from the coffee wood/java tree
  • 1 dual food/water cup plus 2 eye screws for hanging toys
  • Rubber feet to help protect your furniture
  • Base measures 28 3/4″ Long and 18 1/2″ Wide. Height of trees range from 23 1/2″ to 27 1/2″
  • Toys and birds not included
  • Minor assembly required, attach the trunk to the base, using the outline as a guide.
  • Do not tighten food/water bowls all the way down to the branches.


A Java wood play stand is an elegant piece of virtually indestructible artwork for your home. If you have a parrot that wanders, place this on a table or stand that’s a bit smaller than the diameter so your parrot cannot climb down. There’s no end to the foraging ideas you’ll come up with for your medium-sized parrot.

Note: Each Java Tree stand is unique. The photograph above is a representation. Your Java Tree stand will look different but will be within the dimensions: 28″ wide x 18″ deep x 27″ high.

Go With The Original Responsibly Harvested Java Wood: The Java Tree is a natural tree perch made from a single coffee tree of 25 to 35 years of age when the tree becomes non-productive. This responsible harvesting recycles old trees and does not hurt the environment and in addition, provides a supplementary income where there was none previously for coffee farmers.



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