Cockatiel Sounds

Contains ads
4.1
920 reviews
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About this app

Hear genuine cockatiel whistles and songs today!


Cockatiels are one of the most common pet birds in the world! These beautiful birds are characterized by a unique yellow crest of feathers sticking up on the top of their heads. Sometimes thought of as small parrots or cockatoos, cockatiels typically get along well with humans, making them the perfect companion bird to keep at home!


Cockatiels are talkative birds, commonly chirping and whistling to communicate with their human owners or other birds. Different types of sounds mean different things, so learning cockatiel vocalizations can help you understand your pet bird. Hearing other cockatiel sounds can even help calm your bird when he is agitated or upset!


A common cockatiel sound is a loud vocalization that is somewhere in between a whistle and a scream or squeal. This noise typically means the bird is either afraid or excited. Softer chatter or singing is usually a sign that your bird is happy or bored. Hissing can be heard from cockatiels who are feeling scared and threatened. Cockatiels also make many other calls and whistles, especially since like their parrot cousins, cockatiels mimic whistles that they hear in their environment!


Play these real-life cockatiel sounds for your pet cockatiel at home!
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Jan 27, 2021

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4.1
920 reviews
Cathie Schofield
February 18, 2021
I used this because my cockatiel flew away. There are 8 recordings of only a few seconds each. I walked my block playing it to entice him and it sucked the power (and didnt work), but that isn't the reason for my low rating. I just feel there needs to be more to the app rather than a total of 30 seconds of calls and the ability to repeat them. The app is ok, but could be much more. I think you could better entertain your bird with cockatiel YouTube vids rather than a single repeated call
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Marge Moffet
April 6, 2021
My cockariel gets excited and starts talking back. It sounds different than the one I'm playing on Facebook, so I think he likes the sound and understands what is happening, but cannot see the source of the song.
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theotherguy7145
June 1, 2021
2 ads before any sound being played is just ridiculous. Only 8 sounds, but it did entertain my cockatiel for a few mins.
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