All wild birds learn to mimic their parents and adults of their species early in life. Some can even mimic the sounds of other wild birds. Although mimicry may have survival benefits in the wild, in the safety and shelter of our homes, a pet bird learns to mimic our voice primarily because the sound is interesting to him – and it gets attention. Nobody knows why certain kinds of birds can talk better than others, except that some have unusual memories and are natural
It depends on the intelligence of the species or individual bird and on the demestocated vocalization level.
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