Australian Natural Bolt-On Perch
Eucalyptus and other safe native Australian species make perfect perching surfaces for our companion parrots. Natural, hard-waring and warm underneath the feet (even during the winter months); having a good-ol' bit of nature is the surest way to go when furnishing your bird's cage.
Coming in three approximate diameters and three different lengths, these perches have an M6 stainless steel bolt on one end and have undergone rigorous design and test procedures with the manufacturer's menagerie of Australian native parrots and exotics to ensure the bolt remains secure within the perch.
The Australian Natural Bolt On Perch can be purchased in a variety of configurations:
(approximately 20mm diameter) - for a roosting perch this is ideal for small birds like Conures, Quakers and Cockatiels but great for any size parrot for daytime use.
(approximately 30mm or 1.25" diameter) - for a roosting perch this is ideal for small amazons, galahs and similar sized birds but great for any size parrot for daytime use.
(40-50mm or 1.5 - 2" diameter) - for a roosting perch this is ideal for eclectus through to cockatoos and macaws but great for any size parrot for daytime use.
2) Length: Three different lengths to suit any cage interior layout; 30cm, 35cm and 40cm.
3) Attachments: For those of you who wisely stash away spare stainless steel parts from old perches and toys - you can save yourself a fair amount of money skipping the attachments when you buy the Natural Bolt On Perches. The optional attachments include a stainless steel M6 wingnut and two 32mm washers for the Small and Medium sized perches or an M6 wingnut and two 50mm washers for the Large sized perches.
Best value for money!
Posted by Kathryn on 24th Nov 2017
I love these perches for all of my birds. They are natural, strong and safe for my birds and I know their feet won’t get sore. For the price, they are bloody fantastic! I’m so glad this is an affordable but good option for my birds. Thank you My Parrot Shop!
Reasonably good value, a bit wobbly
Posted by Sam on 16th Nov 2017
I like the variety of these perches, and how some are smooth and some are rough.
I found I couldn't quite get these perches in a spot where they didn't bend down when weight was on them. I suspect it's due to their length and the fact there's only one securing point to the cage.