250+ Cool Parrot Names for Your Extraordinary Bird (From Ace to Wingham)

Updated on June 3, 2019
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My name is Tatiana, but my friends and family call me Tutta. I love writing articles that bring a little creativity to everyday life.

One of a Kind Pets

If you want to stand out from the crowd, owning your own pet parrot is one way to do it. These highly unique creatures can entertain you and your family all day long. They're exceedingly easy to care for and will provide you with a lasting relationship. Let's be honest, how many people do you know that own a pet parrot? Our guess is probably not many. Why not be the unique one out of the bunch?

Having a parrot not only puts you on the board as standing out from the usual dog and cat owners, but it makes you unique. You can get some of the same benefits regular pet owners get from their furry friends, but also receive many more from the type of pet you choose to have. In fact, parrots provide many benefits of their own when it comes to having them as your pet.

Why Parrots Are Awesome

The first one we're going to discuss is their benefit on your mental well-being. Studies have shown that companionship from pet birds can somewhat mimic the companionship you would get from other human beings. Those who are currently suffering from depression can help to reduce their symptoms by having one of these feathery companions around the house. Just their presence can bring purpose to your life.

When it comes to your social well-being, a parrot can do a lot for you. These fast talkers encourage social interaction on a regular basis. Whether it's saying "hello" in the morning or greeting you when you come home from a long day at the office, your parrot can keep you feeling happy and your social life active. Teaching your pet parrot to not only have a conversation with you but to sing as well can help to reduce your stress. Numerous studies have shown that just fifteen minutes a day spent playing with your pet parrot can drastically reduce stress and increase your mood.

Comparing your parrot to other sorts of pets will allow you to discover even more of the benefits that they offer:

  • Parrots live in a cage that can be situated in the corner of the living room. They don't require as much space as dogs do.
  • They are very clean animals, and their waste does not smell as compared to a cat's litter box, etc.
  • Parrots all develop their own personality.

10 Amazing Facts About Parrots

Did You Know?

Did you know some of the parrot breeds to live up to 70 years? Now, that's a friend for life!

Creative Parrot Name Ideas

When you own such a unique pet, it deserves to have a very unique name. The traditional Spot, Bob, and Sue just aren't going to cut it here. Your parrot needs a name that stands out from the rest and makes them feel special. Remember that your parrot will be using their name when talking to you, so pick something that's fun for the both of you.

Here are some great suggestions to get you started on the right track of picking the best name for your brightly feathered friend.

Pilot
Reed
Mojo
Ace
Paco
Cory
Largo
Buster
Ollie
Buddy
Diego
Albert
Jackson
Nemo
Wilbur
Orville
Ringo
Macaw
Bobbie
Flyer
Glider
Wingham
Hurley
Leo
Rico
Tarzan
Santiago
Domingo
Jet
Hudson
Finnigan
Talon
Seeley
Fiji
Charlemagne
Peru

Female Parrot Names

Pearl
Rosie
Duchess
Scarlett
Karma
Hope
Molly
Missy
Winger
Delilah
Cleo
Pinky
Annie
Paisley
Fiona
Tweety
Isabella
Aubrey
Melody
Faith
Angel
Josephine
Belle
Evie
Pheobe
Amelia
Jasmine
Zoe
Stella
Florina
Cherry
Lola
Marisol
River
Minnie
Penny
Ava
Erin
Darling
April
Harper
Nala

Funny Parrot Names

Marty McFly
Flapper
Boeing
Siri
Wing Man
Google
Chicken Wing
The Songbird of Our Generation
Loud Mouth
Quora
Cha Cha
Free Bird
Jeeves
Beaker
Alexa
Delta
Chatter
Copy Cat
Squacky
Blabberbeak
Gossiper
Tattletale
Windbag
Chatterbox
Cocky
Pretty Bird
Professor
Sinatra
Bird Brain
Wingo McFeatherbeak
Elvis
Pollywood
Paradox
Nugget
Plucker
Roommate

Cute Parrot Names

Crackers
Polly
Jelly Bean
Mango
Cookie
Tiki
Rainbow
Triscuit
Bamboo
Blueberry
Sugar
Cuckoo
Carrot
Singer
Twitter
Sky
Avery
Chirp
Sparkle
Skittles
Pockets
Peanut
Birdie
Butterfly
Spring
Paris
Macy
Journey
Flower
Piper

Famous Parrot Names

Iago
"Aladdin"
Skully
"Jake and the Neverland Pirates"
Princess Winger
"Jake and the Neverland Pirates"
Blu
"Rio"
Jewel
"Rio"

Pirate-Inspired Parrot Names

Jack Sparrow
Captain Flint
Paulie
Long John Silver
RedBeard
Doubloon
Peter Pan
Hook
Mr. Smee
Sharky
Bones
Ahoy
Scuttle
Sharkbait
Rum
Swashbuckler
Matey
Barbossa
Buccaneer
Davy Jones
Jolly Roger
Calico Jack
Captain Morgan
Bartholomew
Parley
Strumpet
Bilge Rat
Mutiny
Bucko
Jack Ketch
Landlubber
Scallywag
Rapscallion

Green Parrot Names

Pickles
Ivy
Pistachio
Oakley
Forest
Key Lime
Brazil
Amazon
Peridot
Meadow
Emerald
Fern
Honeydew
Spearmint
Jasper
Evergreen
Leprechaun
Basil
Envy
Lucky
Sweat Pea
Green Tea
Mike Wazowski
Herbie
Hulk
Rosemary
Grinch
Chive
Kermit
Yoda
Yoshi
Aloe
Shamrock
Kale
Kiwi
Tinkerbell
Jade
Green Bean
Sprout

African Grey Parrot Names

Silver
Shimmer
Lancelot
Mercury
Chrome
Gunpowder
Pepper
Wilson
Thunder
Stormy
Sterling
Nickel
Turtledove
Pewter
Shadow
Ash
Graphite
Periwinkle
Heather
Lilac
Admiral
Winter
Violet
Pixie
Thor
Willow
Gramps
Rocky
Slate
Saturn
Apollo
Caesar
Bentley

Names Are Forever

Now that you have the creative juices flowing, it's time to start narrowing down the search for your parrot's name. You want to take into account the look of your parrot. If they have vibrant colors, that can affect which name you feel fits them. In addition, you want to consider the long-term use of the name. Realize that the average lifespan of a pet parrot is 20 to 30 years, so you want to pick a name that you're going to enjoy for a long time. These are just a couple of considerations you should make when you start narrowing down your list of potential options.

Next, it's time to involve your favorite pet in the naming process. Trying out all the names that you came up with. Your parrot will likely respond to most of them. See which one they seem to like the best. Picking a name that they can clearly pronoun can be extremely helpful for the long term.

Remember that you don't have to be hasty with your naming decision. In fact, you can kick around a few different names for a week or so to see which one works best for both you and your feathered friend. You may even come to find out that your parrot will come up with their own name as you get to know them better. Just be sure to take your time and settle on a name that works for the both of you.

Parrots Are Funny Pets!

© 2019 Tatiana

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      Timmy 5 

      5 days ago

      Thx this is amazing, my friend has a parrot and he asked me for a name and thanks to this i can help

      Tysm - timmy 5 (not my real name)

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      Shiksha 

      2 weeks ago

      What is your parrot name???

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      Mgroup 

      3 months ago

      i have a parrot itsa cacado i think the name is thet but we picked him a name of brandy but names here are really good

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      Joanne 

      3 months ago

      It said they can live 20 to 30 years. Smaller parakeets can live roughly 15. Larger birds like Macaws for example can live roughly 70. Then medium sized birds can go from 30 to 50. But there are exceptions to every bird.

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      Alexander James Guckenberger 

      8 months ago from Maryland, United States of America

      I want a parrot.

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      Ellison Hartley 

      8 months ago from Maryland, USA

      Such a fun article. I had an African Gray, her name was Grumpy Girl. She was a cool bird. A bit creepy at times because she used to hold full conversations with an invisible something or another named "Cleo" Yikes!

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