|Bird Type||Cockatiel||Cockatiel||African Grey, Amazon, Canary...||Cockatiel, Parakeet, Parrot||African Grey, Amazon, Budgie...|
|Material||Synthetic Fabric, Wood, Fleece||Synthetic Fabric, Fleece, Wool||Plant Material||—||Canvas, Fleece|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||Small Breeds||—||—|
|Top Ingredients||—||—||Coconut Fiber, Ground Calcium, Bird Safe Sand...||—||—|
|Toy Feature||—||—||—||—||Training, Exercise|
|Small Pet Type||—||—||—||—||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla...|
This says it's good for lovebirds and cockatiels which it really is not. It seems well made and the bright colours attract my lovebirds eye, but he can't turn around in it. I had to move it so the front of it is against another perch or he can't get out of it without help.
These are perfect for Parrotlets and probably would work well for parakeets. I have 16 Parrotlet. About 12 use these every night.
I guess not all birds feel the same way about bird tents. He had one before but caught his toe in a loose string and got hung up. He is only 3 inches tall. So when he came to stay at grams, not knowing his history w/ bird tents, I bought this one and he refuses to use.
I purchased two of these for my parrotlets since they’re both obsessed with their cozy huts but neither would use them.. I tried with my parakeets and no one there would use it either. Out of 20+ birds I’ve only seen one bird use it, one time.. .hanging from the bottom like a bat lol. I think the perch is too wobbly for their comfort since it isn’t locked in place which makes it rotate under their feet.