Please be careful with the mirror. I bought a stainless steel parrot mirror for Bobby the cag a few months ago from a well known store. I put it in with him and he was quite interested in it.
I was working on the computer and after a while I could hear him rubbing his beak against his pedi perch, at first I was pleased he was using the perch but after a few minutes I got concerned as he was still rubbing away furiously. I went over to the cage and he had managed to pull it apart and had the triangular link which attaches the mirror to the chain stuck on his beak and was trying to get it off.
Now Bobby cannot be handled and I was worried sick and thought I would have to take him to a vet I decided to let him out first, so I did and the towelled him and with a pair of pliers tried to see if I could wiggle it off it to no avail. I put him back in the cage and was about to ring the vet when my son came in. I was telling him what happened and all the time Bobby was rubbing his beak on the perch. When we went to look at him he had managed to get the ring off his beak and was happily rolling it around in his mouth and wouldn't drop it even for his favourite walnut.
My son opened the cage door and because Bobby hates males he started to scream and dropped the link thank goodness. I was so relieved, now I make sure that any toy that goes into his cage is totally safe and that all links on chains are soldered.
He even has a new mirror...an acrylic one I found a few days ago in another shop and he is in lurrvve LOL He is obsessed with the flipping thing and won't allow me to touch it! Still now I have one very happy bird and a very happy me