Budgies are known to be talkative parrots, happy to sing, whistle, and mimic human speech. They can understand lexical stress and mimic a wide vocabulary of words when properly instructed.
Male budgies talk more frequently and readily than females. Budgerigar speech will be in a very thin voice.
Mimickery signals that your budgie is feeling upbeat.
Talking to your budgie or parrot is the most effective way to teach him to talk; intensive and extensive interaction is the key to teaching them new words. Talking tapes and CDs are valuable resources for improving expressions that the bird has already learned.
How to Tame a Parakeet
Taming budgies is a simple but time-consuming process. Here are seven things you should do to tame a parakeet quickly.
Identify any component or cause that may be irritating your pet. Close the drapes to prevent him from crashing into the window and injuring himself.
Disco the Talking Budgie
Disco the parakeet knows over 80 phrases, song lyrics, and sounds, has a YouTube channel with over 50,000 subscribers, has appeared on a BBC program and at least one daytime talk show, and has a large social media following.