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Raffia Rope Ring Climbing Net Ladder – Small Bird

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Raffia Rope Ring Climbing Net – Small Bird

Small Net 21″ L (24″ with hook) x 14″ Wide
Wrapped Rings measure approx 3″ across x 1/4″ thick

Includes net with an attached hook at the top and 2 lanyard-type hooks for the bottom.

The raffia paper rope-wrapped metal ring climbing net ladder is a natural material toy! 

Perfect for fun climbing and adventuring for your budgies, lovebirds, parrotlets, conures and other small birds.

Tired of watching your favorite parrot buddy climb the drapes? How about a suitable alternative?

Your bird can climb, play, go in and out of the spaces and create their own games, all the while exercising their body and mind, with the grid providing secure footing.

While actively playing with toys, leaves and branches and treats, your feathery companion will feel safe and secure. With your imagination, the applications for fun and exercise with these nets are endless.

This net provides a climbing and playing environment that most emulates a natural forest or jungle. Can be hung or draped, and its configuration can be changed as often as you like.

Just a note – It’s best to hang your net more horizontally than vertically.
This will help poop fall through rather than on parts of the net below. 

Made of natural raffia paper rope that is made out of various palm plants and vines.
Which one of your 3 climbing nets would you suggest for a person that has one small bird – an 8-year-old Maxi Pionus? Also, are there instructions on how to hang them in the package (on the walls, ceilings, etc)?
We suggest you get the smallest net unless you have a lot of room. They are beefy and a lot of fun for all birds. There are no instructions. Your own creativity is all that is needed.
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