Yelling describes loud parrot vocalization.


The noise a parrot can make when it wishes to do so.


The avian species kept as companion animals are not silent creatures. Even tiny finches constantly make little beeping noises, and the large macaws can produce window-shattering noise that is audible for miles in the wilds of South and Central America. Making sounds is, therefore, natural and parrots are especially famous for this.


Bird owners need to understand that companion birds are not quiet animals, and if silence is crucial to a person’s life, then living with a pet bird will not necessarily be a happy thing. Whether people like the racket is not the point, as yelling is a natural behavior. A person’s dislike of the noise does not make it a “behavior problem.” Indeed, that just makes it a human’s problem, as the bird is only being itself.

Disclaimer:’s Bird Behavior Index is intended for educational purposes only. It is not meant to replace the expertise and experience of a professional veterinarian. Do not use the information presented here to make decisions about your bird’s health if you suspect your pet is sick. If your pet is showing signs of illness or you notice changes in your bird’s behavior, take your pet to the nearest veterinarian or an emergency pet clinic as soon as possible.

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