We do not underestimate the choice of names for birds, are no less important than dog names. It is true that we will not run around parks and gardens calling them, but if it is, for example, a parrot, we will most likely hear its owner repeat this name throughout the day.
So let's make sure to choose a word that is pleasant and pronounceable without difficulty and without shame, a word that makes us smile and invokes a Positive thought. Let's start our roundup of names with those that historical characters have chosen and then we observe the most original, for both male and female birds.
Names for famous birds
Unlike dogs and cats, the famous birds they are not known to most and it is necessary to explicitly look for them to get to know them in person and specifically. For example, perhaps only the frequent visitors of social networks have heard of Sarah, a parrot who had his own Facebook profile also quite popular. It is a real parrot, however, and lives in England, within the National Parrot Sanctuary.
Particularly beautiful, with its blue and yellow colored plumage, Sarah aroused the attention of an organization that was responsible for welcoming abandoned parrots to try to get them adopted. Sarah's profile could help them with this, unfortunately it was closed and Sarah's videos and photos that were shared were lost.
Another rather well-known parrot is Alex. Originally from Africa, this bird has become famous for its ability to identify and understand up to 150 words, it was also able to distinguish many colors and various shapes. He died after a career at the age of 30, and has remained in history for his exceptional skills, aided a lot also by an excellent education on the part of his breeders.
Equally famous but for different qualities also the parrot Snowball who made it to YouTube thanks to his skills as a dancer, and then there is Einstein, a TV star because he is very skilled at reproducing the sound of lightsabers, as you can see here. Staying on the small screen we also find Paulie, the only parrot who starred in a rather well-known film that tells the story of a bird who spoke Spanish fluently and effectively, and then Fred who is the star of a TV series that perhaps some of us know, Tony Barretta, the richest parrot on the planet.
In the world of literature we don't find many famous parrots but one with an interesting name that can be inspired by is certainly Gerald. We find it in a Michael Crichton novel called Next. Even in the saga of Harry Potter we find a parrot that covers a small part but its name is difficult to remember and therefore also to be repeated for your parrot: Fawkes. Those who are passionate about the genre will remember it as the bird of Albus Dumbledore, the famous director of Hogwarts.
We also find parrots alongside famous people, Charlie, for example, he lived with Winston Churchill.
Names for male birds
Easy to remember, easy to recognize, but not too trivial not to be confused with common words. It is very important to choose i well names for birds but fortunately the possibilities are many.
You can choose exotic or evocative names, historical or foreign names. My advice is to avoid common names of things and personal names. Among my favorites are, in alphabetical order:
Names for female birds
Also for the female budgies similar rules apply, taking into account a pinch of vanity. Among the most interesting names, many are inspired by historical or show business characters, but there are also some nice surprises. Let's see some of them.
Names for small birds
In this case the names must necessarily evoke an idea of tenderness and lightness, so let's focus on
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