|Gladdie displays his perch-shredding skills at the top of his hutch|
As the amount of daylight increases, many of our education birds become more active. This includes "playing" with the rope on their perches. To decrease the workload of re-roping the birds’ perches every day, our volunteers construct rope "toys" from short pieces of rope that the birds manipulate, carry around and rip apart.
|Volunteer Kelsey creates a rope "toy"|
|The remnants of perch-shredding|
|Bow perch for our education raptors that needs re-wrapping|
|Gladdie's further skills displayed here on one of his perches|