9 Best Pet Birds Species for Apartments 

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Parakeets

Budgies, as they are fondly called, are not only beautiful, but they are also fun to play with. They are great with kids, as they love to play.

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Cockatiels

Cockatiels are fun and friendly and can pick up sounds and even a few words here and there. Put them in front of a TV, offer toys, and spend time with them, and you’ll have a happy pet.

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Ring Necked Doves

Ring Necked Doves are a species of dove that are good pet birds for owners who don’t have much time to devote to the care of the birds.

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Lovebirds

These birds are quite noisy, especially when upset, but can be quiet. Also, unlike some on this list, they don’t talk but can whistle and pick up sounds.

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Conures

Conures are beautiful social birds that love attention. They are loud, especially when throwing tantrums. So, they need constant stimulation and proper training to control their loud shrieks and hard bites.

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African Grey Parrots

The African grey parrot is one of the best pet birds to own but needs a lot of commitment and stimulation, given how smart they are.

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Cockatoos

Cockatoos are cool pet birds to own because of how entertaining they are. They love to dance and can keep a beat.

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Hyacinth Macaws

Hyacinth macaws are large, so they need a lot of space and are not the best for small apartments. They are extremely friendly and can form a tight bond with their owner.

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Canaries

Canary are quite timid and are not the most affectionate birds. They are not looking to be touched or cuddled but don’t mind spending time with their owner.

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Pionus Parrots

Pionus parrots are both self-sufficient and dependent. They don’t need constant attention or supervision; they can entertain themselves for a considerable time.

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Parrotlet

These tiny birds make up for their size with a huge personality. They crave attention and are great with children.

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Finch

These small social birds don’t need that much human attention and can thrive on their own. However, they function better in a group.

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