8 Top Quiet Pet Bird Species

By Sharon Dawson March 19, 2024, 10:52 AM

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1. Budgerigar (Budgie)

Budgies are small parrots known for their playful and social nature. While they can chirp and vocalize, they are generally quieter compared to larger parrot species.

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2. Canary

Canaries are popular for their melodious songs, but they are generally quiet when not singing. They are relatively low maintenance and can be kept singly or in pairs.

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3. Finch

Finches are small, social birds that come in a variety of species and colors. They produce soft chirps and are generally not loud, making them suitable for apartment living.

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4. Cockatiel

Cockatiels are gentle and affectionate birds that are known for their whistles and chirps. While they can be vocal, they are generally quieter than larger parrot species like macaws or cockatoos.

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5. Lovebird

Lovebirds are small parrots known for their affectionate behavior towards their mates. While they can be chatty, they are not typically very loud compared to larger parrot species.

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6. Parrotlet

Parrotlets are one of the smallest parrot species, but they have big personalities. They can be vocal but are generally quieter than larger parrots and are suitable for apartment living.

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7. Bourke's Parakeet

Bourke's Parakeets are gentle and relatively quiet parrots that are known for their soft chirps and melodic calls. They are often kept in pairs or small groups.

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8. Java Sparrow

Java Sparrows are small, social birds that are relatively quiet and easy to care for. They are known for their gentle chirping and can be kept singly or in small groups.

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