If there is one quality birds are most known for besides flight.It is their voice.On the other hands a bird’s call may be pleasant to its owner’s ears,not every body will find it to be so pleasant.So if you live close to your neighbors,always consider a calm bird species that does great in small areas.These birds are normally small when compare to thier larger bird cousins.
In this article we will talk about eight best birds for apartment owner.
Budgieregar tend to chit chat all day, but they normally are not that loud enough to disturb neighbors. While they are comparatively active, they don’t need the huge enclosures of larger parrots. In addition to daily out-of-cage playtime, put budgie in a cage that is big enough for it to hop and fly.
Height: 6 to 8 inches
WEIGHT: 1 ounce
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Green abdomen; black and yellow back; yellow head; dark blue tail; mutations include blue, yellow, white, and gray
The small size of canaries are ideal for apartment dwellers, though they normally don’t appreciate being handled. While they are really vocal, their tiny voices go unnoticed by those who are not near them. In spite of their size, canaries can make a mighty mess.
Height: 5 to 8 inches
WEIGHT: 0.5 to 1 ounce
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Feathers of bright yellow (most common), red, orange, or white; some varieties have head crests or frilly feathers
Finches are normally hands-off pets due to their fragile size and temperamental nature. In addition, while they frequently vocalize throughout the day, their tiny voices do not carry as easily as those of a larger bird. Finches do great when kept in small groups, and they need big cages to fly and hop.
Height: 4 inches
WEIGHT: 0.5 ounce
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Black and white throat bars, orange cheek patches, and red-orange beak (male zebra finch); gray coloration throughout the body and less vivid beak (female zebra finch)
Cockatiels take up a little more space than some smaller species, their voices hardly reach levels that bother neighbors. Cockatiels ability to learn to whistle is fantastic. These birds can very quickly adapt to most living situations, and they tend to do well with other bird species.
Height: 12 to 13 inches
WEIGHT: 3 ounces
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Gray body; yellow face and crest; orange cheeks; long tail; mutations include albino, lutino, pied, and cinnamon
Parrotlet lack the ability to scream like many other pet birds. Their soft chirps hardly disturb neighbors. These birds are very active and helpful.These birds can swing and fly .They do not need the large space like other birds.
Height: 4 to 5 inches
WEIGHT: 1 ounce
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Green head and body; blue on back and behind eyes; mutations include blue, yellow, and white
If you wish for a larger bird,members of the pionus family,like blue headed pionus are famous for their calm nature.These birds are gentle.However they do require a large cage.They also need a big space for out of the cage playtime.
Height: 11 inches
WEIGHT: 8 to 9 ounces
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Blue head and neck; green body; black patches over ears; red on underside of tail; black beak with red sides
Bourke’s parakeets are normally calm, quiet birds. They’re lightly active, but they prefer a roomy space in which they can fly for some hours.These birds bond closely with their caretakers and do well with other peaceful birds, like finches.
LENGTH: 7 to 9 inches
WEIGHT: 2 ounces
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Brown-tinted plumage; pink abdomen; blue rump; yellowish-brown beak; males have blue crowns while females have white
Mostly parrots are noisy and demanding, but Senegal parrots tend to be quiet nd calm. These birds often bond with just one person and thrive on daily interaction with their families. They only require a medium-sized cage but should have as much out-of-cage time as possible for exercise and fun.
Height: 10 inches
WEIGHT: 4 to 5 ounces
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Gray head; green wings and chest; V-shaped patch of a red to yellow color on belly