|Bird Type||African Grey, Amazon, Budgie...||Parakeet||Cockatiel, Cockatoo, Parrot||Canary, Finch, Lovebird, Parakeet, Quaker||Finch, Lovebird, Parakeet|
|Capacity (Max)||10 ounces||n-a||4-cup||1/2 cup||4-cup|
I have a Sun Conure parrot. It's a small parrott. He tears up his feeders, perches, and even his wire cage. But he doesn't want any toys or mirrors in his cage. Those he screams at. These are the first water & food feeders, he can't tear up! Thank you. The only downside is, to clean them, you have to take them down & this mean unlocking the lock screw. For me, it's worth it. They will be good for any size of bird, too.
Works well as a waterer or a bath for my bird. Attaches easily and is sturdy.
This is a wonderful bowl. I like the fact that because it fastens to the cage on the outside with a large nob that screws tight. You can place it literally anywhere and it stays put. It is a perfect answer to placing the feeder cup at just the right height for my bird.
Complete Feeder has to be removed form cage , to clean and fill . It should be able to lift bowl out of holder. Otherwise , nice size and color.
This was easy to attach, and I needed something to put right next to his water because my Tiel is 29 yrs old and has arthritis in his little feet. So walking a bit from perch to perch isn't something he wanted to do. Very sturdy, and it can even be used for bathing too!
Bought this for my African Grey. Every fruit/treat container we used got obliterated & tossed around the cage bottom. This works perfectly.
I love these ...easy to attach the mounting bracket to the cage .... easy to remove and re attach the cup to the mounting bracket ....
Sometimes it would hold and other times it would turn sideways and dump the bird. I made sure the screw holder was tight but it did not always hold. Poor bird.
This dish is easy to attach to the cage and prevents food from going all over.
I needed to replace the feeder in my African Gray's cage because he broke it. when he doesn't like what is left in the bowl he dumps it. Then he drags the crock across the bars and makes noise until he gets treats. With the new bowl he can't dump any more food. So far so good. and we don't reward bowl banging.