Large, intelligent pet birds called macaws are native to Central and South America. They are gregarious, sociable, and trainable but need room to develop their wings and may be noisy. Not suitable for every home.
Popular because of their trainability, African greyhounds are able to mimic noises, converse, count, and learn colours. They require mental and social stimulation, thus training programmes are ideal for strengthening bonds and enhancing lives.
Amazon parrots are gregarious, intelligent, and trainable birds. Despite having challenging personalities, they appreciate cerebral stimulation and attention from their owners.
The unusual crest on the cockatoo's head, which it holds erect for a variety of reasons, is both trainable and distinctive. They could even act in this way while enjoying practising their learned behaviours.
Budgerigars, sometimes known as parakeets, are tiny yet trainable Australian birds. They are common pets, less expensive and noisy than larger birds, and they can learn up to 200 words.
Despite not being as popular as other pets, mynah birds are extremely clever and trainable. They need space to explore and mental stimulation.
They are clever, imitate, converse, and do pranks. They are a popular option for people who prefer the cockatoo look but don't want to commit to the size and lifetime.
Conures are friendly, energetic, and quick learners. Younger people require less training. They can pick up tricks and like picking things up with their feet. Although not excellent talkers, they are teachable in other areas.
Indian ringneck parrots are renowned for their high-pitched vocals, trainability, and one-year talkative ability. They also have neck rings. They can love training with their owners and picking up new techniques.
Red-tail and northern pet boas are calm but powerful. Respect their power and handle them frequently. little upkeep after habit is established.