Captive animals deserve an environment which is rich in social opportunity, mental stimulation, and physical challenges.
By providing our animals with daily enrichments we are able to enhance their captive life styles. Enrichment can be described as any effort to change the nature of work by making it more interesting or challenging to the worker. Environmental enrichment is defined by some as the provision of stimuli which promote the expression of species-appropriate behavioral and mental activities in an under-stimulating environment. By definition, enrichment is an animal principle, it is the simple act of making something more meaningful. The term enrichment could be applied to anything that seeks to enhance the quality of captive animal care by identifying and providing the environmental stimuli necessary for optimal psychological and physiological well-being.
- Pine Cone Bird Nesting Material
- Pine Cone Bird Feeder
- Paper Towel Tube Stuffed With Treats
- Corn Husk Rolled Up With Cranberry Sauce
- Goodie Bag Stuffed With Treats
- Forage Box Stuffed With Treats