How loud are canary winged parakeets?

Answered by Edward Huber

Canary-winged parakeets, also known as Brotogeris versicolurus, are medium-sized parrots native to South America. As an expert, I can tell you that the noise level of canary-winged parakeets is moderate. They are not excessively loud like some other parrot species, but they do have the ability to vocalize and make various sounds.

When it comes to noise level, it’s important to note that individual parakeets can vary in their vocalizations. Some may be more vocal and have a tendency to make louder sounds, while others may be relatively quieter. This can depend on factors such as their personality, environment, and upbringing.

In my personal experience, I have found canary-winged parakeets to be fairly moderate in terms of noise. They are not typically as loud as larger parrots like macaws or cockatoos. Instead, their vocalizations are more in the range of chirping and chattering sounds.

It’s worth mentioning that canary-winged parakeets are known for their ability to mimic human speech to some extent. While they may not be as proficient as some other parrot species, they can learn to imitate words or phrases with practice and training. This mimicking behavior can sometimes contribute to their noise level if they are encouraged to vocalize in such a way.

In terms of their noise level within a household, canary-winged parakeets are generally manageable. They are not typically disruptive or excessively loud, making them suitable for apartment living or shared spaces. However, it’s important to provide them with enough mental and physical stimulation to prevent boredom, which can sometimes lead to increased vocalizations.

To summarize, canary-winged parakeets have a moderate noise level. While they are not as loud as some other parrot species, they can still vocalize and make various sounds. Individual parakeets may vary in their vocalizations, and their noise level can be influenced by factors such as personality and environment. Overall, they are not considered to be excessively loud and can be suitable for living in a household setting.