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Wife has a new classroom this year.   I thought it was pretty nice of the school to install a nice skyhook to hang a batbird from.   She hung there for about an hour before she wanted down.   Crazy bird.

 

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Greycie Mae! What a little knucklehead!

Looks like a cheap toy that you can replicate for her to 'bat' from at home.

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Hilarious! I've always wondered why they enjoy hanging upside down like that. Guess I'll never know...

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Corky will also hang upside down for long periods of time also.

They are wanabebats.

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Brilliant photos!

Alfie hangs upside down on his rope boings quite often. I call him a "bat-bird" 😁

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I've said this elsewhere, but mine will hang upside down off my hand/fingers at bedtime -- pretty hard to put an upside bird on a perch.  He's all limp and thinks this is hilarious.  I often have to just lay him on bottom of his cage until he lets go of my hand and realizes it IS bedtime.  lol

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Love his non violent protest of bed time. Whisper is a confirmed bat bird can often be found hanging from the roof of her cage to sleep at night.

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No idea how the school hung that -- or what it's real purpose is.  Can't imagine they hung it just for a CAG or other parrot to dangle/play with.

But I would love something similar, in brass or oil rubbed bronze, to place a hanging plant on.  

But after looking at the pix, Snickers might be making a real mess of my plants if I figure out a similar design.  It would have to be bolted into a ceiling rafter (or whatever that's called -- for strength) since hanging plants are heavy -- esp after just watering.  

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