Birds in the wild can groom their nails, or claws, on the rough
branches of trees. They can bathe in the rain, the ocean, bay, or
brook. But what about pet birds? They also have a natural need to
One of the things we don't get to do very much is interact with flying
insects... unless, of course, we're trying to kill them. But South
Korean born Jeongwon Ji, who recently set up his design studio in London, has come up with the Capture! lamp, to establish new, more positive, relationships between humans and insects.
Quirky, the first successful online 'social product development'
company has just released its 60th product in six months. The product,
which Quirky named the Kōsoku, "a dog leash so fly it gets a fancy schmancy Japanese name," is pretty cool, and it does seem to fit its billing of 'A new leash on life.'
If you want to watch your bird go immediately bananas for a toy,
you've got to get him a Bird Kabob... but what I am really saying is
you need to put this item in your bird budget, because he'll want a
steady diet of these messy shredders made from the yucca tree.