Musical Parrot Toy

Serious request... my Parrot (African Grey) loves music. I would like to buy/build 'Parrot-proof' musical 'instrument/s' device/s that he can play, perhaps triggered by either percussive impulses from his beak and/or his vocal range. This would help him remain stimulated when I am out. All genuine replies welcome... :) The closest thing available is this, but it isn't very versatile (only pre set sounds) + not very musical  http://www.petsathome.com/shop/en/pets/bird-toys/jm-bird-babble-ball?pageSize=45&orderBy=1#

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Post your pets!

Post your Pet's best Pictures!!! Formula: Name, Breed, details This is my doggie, his name is spicky. He's a mix, we don't know of what though.... He loves to pose for the camera!

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skating birds!?!?!

My bird has been ripping off some major air and I got some pics of them in action.1. big air2.dropping in3.180* FS grab 4 spine killer.

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The new i pod speaker docks

The Griffen Amplifi, The parrot, The i luv, The Gear 4 street party size zero, Shaun the sheep and the heculesAll i pod speaker docks, all different in style, size and performancePrice ranging from £30 - £160Take a look, If you canhttp://www.megawhat.tv/clips/58/ipod-speaker-docks

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Is it possible to turn a small, novelty windmill into a generator?

The windmill is very small - probably about five feet tall, judging by my own height. It is very simply four posts holding up a rotatable windmill / fan with a tail. Both the fan (the blades) of the windmill and the entire top piece (the fan and the tail) rotate. It is a little rusted, but still works perfectly - as evidenced by the creaking and squeaking we heard on a windy day! It can work up quite a bit of speed. Unfortunately, due to the wind, we also get a lot of power outages. I don't expect that such a small windmill could power an entire house, but if it could power a computer or a freezer/fridge we'd save a LOT of money -- every time the power goes out my mother's computer fries and all the food we just bought goes bad. Is it possible to turn this into any sort of generator? (The windmill is outside and while we DO have windows leading in I don't want to encourage any critters. HOWEVER the windmill IS near a door from our garage that no longer opens, but does have an old, unused dog-door.)

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