There aren’t too many foods parrots like Amazons and African greys will turn down. Not only will they insist on having what you’re having, they’ll also happily consume sunflower seed after sunflower seed or peanut after peanut. The one food item that often stops them in their foraging tracts is a traditional pellet. Regular pelleted diets might not pass your parrot’s taste test, but wait until he gets ahold of Pellet-Berries!
Pellet-Berries have a look, taste, and feel that appeal to birds. The round, berry shape offers a mix of whole cranberries, dates, apricots, and natural grains along with a heavy serving of nutritionally balanced pellets so your bird can have enriching tastes and solid nutrition, too. These special berries are sized for your parrot to hold and pull apart. Your bird will savor the satisfaction of using his beak and tongue to pick apart each berrie — a more exciting way to good nutrition than simply crumbling up a regular pellet.
- 81% Pellets + 19% Individual Fruits & Grains = 100% Enriched Nutrition
- With real pieces of apricot, cranberries, natural grains, and more
- No Artificial Flavors or Colors
- Non-GMO formula
- Made in the USA
I would definitely recommend these. I don’t see these advertised as much as the other Nutri-berries, but I think your parrot will like these “berries!”
I was pleasantly pleased when my GC conure accepted the pellet-berries! I did have to cut them in half and some quarters to get her started, but she accepted them and seemed to like them! Yeah!
I’ve been having difficulty getting her to eat “healthier” diets since I tried changing her original pellet diet to a greater variety and some seeds. Since then, I’ve had a hard time getting back to her eating pellets “willingly.”
I’ve tried several diets and snacks, and the pellet-berries seem to be going over the best!
I’m still working with her diet, but I’m thankful she’ll eat the pellet-berries.
I think your parrot will like these if you are looking for another “berrie” for variety, or if you too are having a harder time transitioning to a pellet diet.