The oldest wild bird on record that is alive right now is a 60-something-year-old albatross from Hawaii.
Depending on how you meant this question, the oldest type of bird still alive may be the sandhill crane. A fossil exactly matching today’s cranes has been dated at over 10 million years old.
A parrot can live for about 60 to 80 years in both the wild and in captivity. However, in the wild, various factors such as predators, affect their survivability. In general, smaller parrots have a shorter lifespan than larger ones. Owners of captive parrots often make plans for their pet bird with the likely-hood that the parrot will out-live them.
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