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I don't know the logistics. I'll have to think about it. However, the first thought that comes to my mind is now making something similar to the paper origami boxes that he already loves but out of a very thin wood, cardboard, or other material that is a bit harder than paper? Perhaps start with three sides of this stiffer material and one side still paper. I have no idea how you would do it. I guess I would go first with tagboard as opposed to paper, then cardboard, then foam (if you can find a safe one) then thin wood?
I'm glad you posted again because I never started Daisy on anything and now her beak seems a bit long to me. She is playing a little bit with a few toys now, though.
Does anyone know how much chewing of wood and hard stuffs wild greys naturally do?
What is Baby's favorite treat, and does he recognize it if he sees it from afar? I noticed that the bird store offers a foraging toy that has a plastic top and bottom and then you put treats the bird wants in the middle and line around the outside with small wooden dowels. The bird has to chew through the dowels to get to the treat, unless it can extract the treats another way, which a grey probably could also learn to do.