If you need budgie names for female birds maybe you will find some you like in the list below. We also have a list of parakeet names for male birds.
If you use some name that is female-only you should make sure that the bird is a female indeed. Mistakes in determining parakeet gender happen a lot. You can check the gender by looking at parakeets beak.
Second tip for not making a big mistake is giving your budgie a name that would work good for both male and female bird, like Coco or Tiki.
There is one more thing I need to stress out here. Female budgie parakeets can learn to talk but they are harder to train to do it than male birds. Also, they learn less words.
So, if you want to teach your bird say its name, you should definitely go with a short, easy to remember budgie names, that start with a consonant. Something like Kiki, Poppie or Missy. It is something they can pronounce easier.
Here is a list of budgie names for female birds in alphabetical order:
- Bunny (so what if it is not a rabbit)
- Bianca (Italian for white)
Note that some of the names on this list can be used for both male and female birds. So if you have not found the name you like here, you might want to check out some parakeet names for male birds. Maybe you will find your inspiration after seeing those names.
Your Name Ideas
By Debie: Snow white -- She is all white with blue under her wings, black across her forehead. She is only 5 months old, already spoiled rotten. She doesn't want any toys in her cage for some reason.
Amber from United Kingdom: Kiki
From Canada: Snowflake
Hannah from United States: Puff Puff
Peta from United Kingdom: LuLu
Amy from United States: Ava
Stephanie from Australia: Steph
Aley from Austria: Aley
Lola from Australia: Kayla
Jasmine from United States: Jazzy
And that is not all. Pet names | Birds By Characteristics page has some good suggestions too. While you are there, check the list of budgie names for pairs, there are some interesting ideas if you are wondering how to name a pair of new parakeets you have just brought home.
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