How To Choose a Talking Bird
Let's discuss how to choose a talking bird. Talking birds are really amazing pets. If you think you want one you will probably be surprised at the chose you have to make. There are actually quite a few types of birds that can speak. This article will discuss some of the great chooses when it comes to owning a talking bird.
So you don't end up disappointed you may want to keep in mind that it is possibly for a "talking bird" to not talk. Some birds may be quiet and not talk even after training. This doesn't mean that this bird is unintelligent or isn't a good pet it just means that they are shy or quiet.
A bird that is considered to be one of the smartest birds is the African Grey. Some of these birds can not only speak, but can relate concepts on the level of a human toddler. If you are looking for a highly intelligent bird that will be able to talk this is a great choice.
The Yellow-Naped Amazon and theYellow-Crowned Amazon are two different birds. They both are intelligient and do good with speech. They can sing and mimic humans. The Yellow-Naped Amazon sometimes nip at people.
The Double Yellow Head Amazon follow close behind the Yellow-Naped for their ability to mimic and sing songs.
The Blue-Fronted Amazon have very good speaking voices and are great at mimicking human voices. The only catch is that this type of bird may outlive you. These birds can live to be over a 100 years old so they may have to be passed down to a child or grandchild.
Parakeets also known as Budgies or Budgerigars are small birds that are common. These are typically easy to find. They are capable of learning songs and phrases. Typically the males train better than the females.
The Monk Parakeet are a small, colorful parrot. They are very social and intelligent. This type of talking bird can develop a large vocabulary.
A Hill Myna is a small black bird that can speak in various pitches and tones. If you want a bird great at mimicking human voices this is a good choice.
The Eclectus is a parrot that is also good at mimicking tone and mood. They are capable of great speaking abilities if trained from a young age. The female Eclectus is bright red in color while the male is green.
Indian Ringnecks can speak clearly and are capable of having large vocabularies. They tend not to mimic, but they can speak sentences in their own voice.
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