The Ultimate Bird Size Chart

What makes a bird toy good for "small" birds or what about "large" birds? What counts as what? Here you will find our official bird sizing chart which we use to organize all of our bird toys. Unsure of what toys are a good fit for your bird - find your bird(s) species in the chart below and filter our bird toys by size!


  • Finch (Zebra, Star, Owl, Gouldian, Gold-Breasted, Fire, Green Singer, Cordon Bleu, Java, Diamond, Siskin, Goldfinch, Bullfinch, Green) (Passeriformes)
  • Canary (Serinus canaria domestica)
  • Dove and Pigeon (Diamond, Ringneck, Green-winged, Australian Crested, Bleeding-heart, Senegal, Mask, etc.) (Columbiformes)


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  • Budgerigar (Melopsittacus undulatus)
  • Parrotlet (Forpus spp.)
  • Lineolated Parakeet (Bolborhynchus lineola)
  • Lovebirds (Agapornis spp.)
  • Sierra Parakeet (Psilopsiagon aymara)
  • Bourke’s Parakeet (Neopsephotus bourkii)
  • Turquoisine & Splendid Parakeet (Neophema spp.)


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  • Cockatiel (Nymphicus hollandicus)
  • Small Conure (Green-cheeked, Black-capped, Maroon-bellied, Painted, Fiery-shouldered, Blue-throated, Peach-fronted, Rose-crowned, Pearly, Crimson-bellied) (Pyrrhura spp. & Eupsittula spp.)
  • Goldie’s Lorikeet (Psitteuteles goldiei)
  • Musk Lorikeet (Glossopsitta concinna)
  • Plum-headed parakeet (Psittacula cyanocephala)
  • Princess & Barraband’s Parakeet (Polytelis spp.)


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  • Quaker parakeet (Myiopsitta monachus)
  • Small Parrot (Senegal, Meyer’s, Brown-headed, Red-bellied) (Poicephalus spp.)
  • Large Conure (Sun, Jenday, Gold-capped, Blue-crowned, Nanday) (Aratinga spp. & Psittacara spp. & Thectocercus acuticaudatus)
  • Hahn’s Macaw (Diopsittaca nobilis)
  • Ring-necked & Moustached Parakeet (Psittacula spp.)
  • White-fronted Amazon (Amazona albifrons)
  • Lory & Lorikeet (Swainson’s Rainbow, Green-naped Coconut, Scaly-breasted, Red, Yellow-bibbed, Black-capped, Chattering, Dusky) (Trichoglossus spp. & Eos spp. & Lorius spp. & Pseudeos spp.)
  • Caique (Pionites spp.)
  • Pionus Parrot (Pionus spp.)
  • Rosella (Gold-mantled, Crimson) (Platycercus spp.)


View Medium Toys

  • Amazon Parrot (Double Yellow, Yellow-naped, Yellow-crowned, Blue-fronted, Orange-winged, Cuban) (Amazona spp.)
  • Jardine’s Parrot (Poicephalus gulielmi ssp.)
  • Cape Parrot (Poicephalus robustus)
  • African Grey Parrot (Psittacus erithacus)
  • Timneh Grey Parrot (Psittacus timneh)
  • King Parrot (Alisterus scapularis)
  • Crimson-Winged Parrot (Aprosmictus erythropterus)
  • Hawk-headed Parrot (Deroptyus accipitrinus)
  • Alexandrine & Derbyan Parakeet (Psittacula spp.)
  • Small Macaw (Illiger’s, Severe, Red-bellied) (Ara maracana & Primolius spp.)
  • Small Cockatoo (Goffin’s, Corella, Bare-eyed, Lesser & Medium Sulfur-crested, Citron, Ducorp’s, Gang-gang, Galah, Major Mitchell’s) (Cacatua spp. & Callocephalon fimbriatum & Eolophus roseicapilla & Lophochroa leadbeateri)


View Large Toys

  • Large Macaw (Blue-and-Gold, Scarlet, Green-winged, Military, Buffon’s, Hyacinth, Blue-throated, Catalina [F1 hybrid]) (Ara spp./hybrid & Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus)
  • Large Cockatoo (Greater Sulfur-crested, Triton, Umbrella, Moluccan, Red-tailed Black, White-tailed Black, Palm) (Cacatua spp. & Calyptorhynchus spp. & Probosciger aterrimus)


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