Top 10 Birds with  Chirp  Loudest

Cockatiel: are fairly social birds and are popular as pets. They are also very vocal and loudly chirping is common if they are agitated or bored, although they can learn to whistle a variety of tunes

Nanday Conure:is a colorful, mostly green neotropical parrot native to South America. You’ll notice that many of the loudest birds have chirps that suit their native habitat of tropical areas.

Eclectus Parrot: is native to certain islands in southeast Asia and Oceania, namely the Maluku Islands (Moluccas), northeastern Australia, New Guinea, and other islands nearby, Sumba.

Peacock: it’s not as loud as some other birds, its level of noise at 115 decibels is in the same range as that of a leaf blower, chainsaw, or snowmobile (106-115db). 

White Bellbird: is the White Bellbird, a South American bird living in the Amazon, specifically the Guianas, Brazil, and Venezuela. The males’ cries serve as mating calls and they’re even louder .

 Rooster: is the best-known of the loudest birds. It doesn’t chirp so much as a crow, though. Some roosters crow at only around 90 decibels, the same as a barking dog.

 Sun Conure: is one of the most popular types of pet conures. Bright orange and yellow with green and blue on its wing feathers, it is as beautiful as it is loving and intelligent. 

Parakeet:are the most common pet bird species on this list. Usually, their whistles and chirps are anywhere between 65 to 70 decibels, which is comparable to office noise or background music. 

Mealy Amazon Parrot: is a mostly green parrot that is also one the largest parrot species. Although it is known for being a calm and docile pet, that doesn’t mean it doesn’t make noise. 

Moluccan Cockatoo:is also known as the salmon-crested cockatoo and is native to the Seram archipelago of eastern Indonesia.It is a vulnerable species in the wild due to habitat loss and the cage-bird

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