9 diverse parrot species

The budgerigar, often called the common parakeet or shell parakeet, is a tiny, long-tailed, seed-eating parrot. Melopsittacus has solely budgies.

Budgerigars

Parrots include cockatoos. The red-tailed, yellow-bellied, and galah are the primary subspecies in Australia.

Cockatoos

Smaller than cockatoos and budgerigars. Mostly in South and Central America. Less than 5 pounds, they have lengthy tails. They have colourful plumage.

Conures

Long-tailed macaws are colourful New World parrots. They're popular in aviculture or as companion parrots, but several wild species are endangered.

Macaws

Lovebirds are a parrot species. Smaller than budgerigars and conures. Less than 1 pound, short tails. They're mostly in Europe, North America,

Lovebirds

Eclectus parrots are charming, intelligent pets. This pet parrot's gorgeous colouring, conversational skills, and charming personality make it popular.

 Eclectus Parrots

The cockatiel is an indigenous, medium-sized Australian parrot. They're easy to breed and considered companion parrots globally.

Cockatiels

The budgerigar, often called the common parakeet or shell parakeet, is a tiny, long-tailed, seed-eating parrot. Melopsittacus has solely budgies.

Budgie Parakeet

This green parakeet is dubbed the "crested parakeet." It's 1 ounce and 13 inches long. Native to Mexico, Central America, and South America.

Ring-necked Parakeet

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