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The Best Talking Pet Birds For Bird Lovers


Birds are enchanting creatures and are incredible pets to have. While some people prefer pets they can train and play with and some others prefer pets who will be their companions for life, others prefer to have pets that are elegant in the way the look as much as they are fun in many a way. Birds are widely appreciated pets and are amongst the most common pets in today's world. When it comes to birds, there are birds with different characteristic features. In this article, we look at some of the best talking pet birds.


People who've had birds as pets sure have a lot to say about how wonderful birds actually are. And birds that can talk, well, even better. Let us go ahead and look at these best talking birds to have as pets. Here are the best talking pet birds. Read on...


Eclectus is mostly a gender dimorphous bird of the parrot family with males being green in colour and females characteristic of a bright red colour. They have brilliant abilities that include accurately mimicking the tone of language and voice.

The Indian Ringneck

The Indian Ringneck is known to develop a wide vocabulary base and can speak almost exactly in the voice of people who teach them. They are wonderful birds to have as pets.

Blue-Fronted Amazon

The Blue Fronted Amazon has a life span of a staggering 100 years. So if you are looking for the perfect life companion that can imitate you, Blue-Fronted Amazon can well be the perfect fit.

Yellow Naped Amazon

Of all the amazon parrots, the Yellow-Naped Amazon is easily the best as far as speaking abilities are concerned. They are quick learners and can develop a large vocabulary as well.

The African Grey

The African Grey is easily the smartest of all birds. They are wonderful pets to have as well and learn more quickly than you can imagine. Experts say they have the ability to relate concepts on the levels of human toddlers. They are easily the smartest birds in the animal kingdom.

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Story first published: Wednesday, November 12, 2014, 16:10 [IST]
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