The Complete A to Z List of 150+ Bird Names For Girls

Bird Names For Girls

Many people own pets, but not many are lucky enough to own a beautiful pet bird.

If you are one of these lucky people and are hunting for bird names for girls for your new flying friend, then look no further than our list.

We have over 150 funny, famous and fascinating bird names!

Our ideas cover all types of pet birds, from chickens to budgies and parrots, and even include some for birds that you can’t own as pets, but can take inspiration from.

This list is inspired by a range of things, such as famous birds, words associated with birds in different languages, and funny animal puns.

These choices will work for any bird species, appearance, and personality.

Make sure you get to know everything about your brilliant hen before you start looking for monikers, as things like her appearance can influence the title you eventually choose.

Best 100 Bird Names For Girls

Bird Names For Girls
Angel Dame Judi Finch Kiss Polly Parton
Annabelle Deryn Kyrie Rainbow
Aquila Dodi Lady Kluck Rosella
Ava Einin Lilica Rosita
Beatrice Elsa Lola Ruby
Billina Eva Lucille Sandy
Birda Evelyn Luscinia Sephora
Birdie Feather Luyu Serena
Bonita Fifi Ma Megg Shirley McLoon
Caco Flappy Margalo Siren
Calandra Flit Marguerita Sue
Camilla Flutter Matilda Sunny
Carla Gabble Meryl Cheep Sweetpea
Casey Gabriela Mirabelle Tallulah
Cassandra Gannet Mithu Teal
Cecilia Giggles Momma The Dove
Celandine Halcyone Mother Goose Tori
Chatterbox Helen Henry Muffin Tweetie Pie
Cheep and Cheerful Henrietta Nugget Valentine
Chenoa Ibon Olivia Vera
Chicken Jane Isabel Paloma Victoria
Chickpea Jennifer Parrot Hilton Willow
Chiquitweeter Jessica Petula Winnie
Circe Jet Philomena Zippora
Clara Cluck Juliet Pippo Zwazo

Names For a Female Bird

Bird Names For Girls With Meanings

  1. Agret – from ‘Leafie, A Hen into the Wild’
  2. Alice – one of the two Canadian Geese from ‘Rio’
  3. Alouette – made famous by the French song, meaning ‘skylark’
  4. Amy – after the sparrow from ‘Willy the Sparrow’
  5. Angel – for the most well-behaved bird!
  6. Annabelle – one of the three flamingos from ’64 Zoo Lane’
  7. Aquila – an ancient Roman word meaning ‘eagle’
  8. Ava – derived from the Latin word ‘avis’, meaning ‘bird’
  9. Aya – a Hebrew bird name meaning ‘bird’
  10. Baby – for the sweetest little hen!
  11. Beatrice – after the bluebird from the TV series ‘Over the Garden Wall’
  12. Becky – the loon from ‘Finding Dory’
  13. Betty – the mother from ‘War of the Birds’
  14. Billina – the chicken from the kids books ‘Land of Oz’ by L. Frank Baum
  15. Birda – sounds like ‘Berta’, but is related to birds!
  16. Birdie – an adorable choice for a tiny hen
  17. Bonita – the flamboyant flamingo from the kids TV series ‘Noddy’
  18. Cacothe parrot from the Brazilian kids puppet show ‘Cocorico’
  19. Calandra – a Greek word given to a lark
  20. Camilla – Gonzo’s love from ‘The Muppet Show’
  21. Camilla – the chicken from ‘The Muppets’
  22. Carla – from ‘Rio 2’
  23. Carrie – after the cockatoo from ‘64 Zoo Lane’
  24. Casey – the first name of ‘Casey Colonel’, the delivery stork from ‘Cabbage Patch Kids: First Christmas’
  25. Cassandra – the crane from the kids TV show ‘64 Zoo Lane’
  26. Cecilia – the little chicken from ‘Calimero’
  27. Celandine – a Greek word meaning ‘swallow’
  28. Chatterboxa funny name for a pet who won’t stop making noise!
  29. Cheep and Cheerful – a funny choice after the saying ‘cheap and cheerful’
  30. Chenoa – a Native American title meaning ‘white dove’
  31. Cheryl – after one of two twin toucans from ‘Brandy and Mr. Whiskers’
  32. Chica – the puppet chicken from ‘The Sunny Side Up Show’
  33. Chicken Jane – the chicken from the American children’s TV show
  34. Chickpea – an adorable title for a baby chick!
  35. Chiquitweeter – a hilarious pun on the famous ABBA song ‘Chiquitita’
  36. Circe – derived from the Greek word ‘kirke’, meaning ‘bird’
  37. Clara Cluck – the dancing character from Disney cartoons
  38. Dame Judi Finch – a pun on British actress ‘Dame Judi Dench’
  39. Dec – a funny choice for a hen if paired with another called ‘Ant’
  40. Deryn – a Welsh word meaning ‘bird’
  41. Dodi – the dodo from some of the McDonald’s Happy Meal adverts
  42. Dolores – one of the three parrots in the ‘Tropicana’ commercials
  43. Drora – ‘sparrow’ in Hebrew
  44. Einin – a cute Irish option meaning ‘little bird’
  45. Elsa – the mother of ‘Valiant’ from the film
  46. Elspeth – after one of the two ravens from ‘The Snow Queen’s Revenge’
  47. Eva – from the animated film ‘Rio’
  48. Evelyn – a beautiful Irish word meaning ‘beautiful bird’
  49. Faigel – a Yiddish bird name meaning ‘bird’
  50. Feather – after the beautiful feathers found on a bird
  51. Felicia – the hummingbird from ‘Animal Stories’
  52. Fifi – the large goose from ‘Shrek Forever After’
  53. Flappy – the popular online game ‘Flappy Bird’
  54. Flit – the hummingbird from Disney’s ‘Pocahontas’
  55. Flutter – the purple hummingbird from ‘Hungry Babies Mania’
  56. Gabble – the surname of ‘Abigail’ and ‘Amelia’, the geese from Disney’s ‘The Aristocrats’
  57. Gabriela – the chief red hummingbird from ‘Danger Rangers’
  58. Gale – the violet-backed starling from the video game ‘Angry Birds Stella’
  59. Gannet – another version of ‘Janet’, also meaning ‘Goose’
  60. Giggles – for a bird with a sense of humour!
  61. Gussie – after the goose from ‘Charlotte’s Web’
  62. Halcyone – a Greek word meaning ‘kingfisher’
  63. Harriet – after the pelican from ‘Timmy Time’
  64. Hatta Mari – the female pigeon from ‘Plane Daffy’
  65. Helen Henry – from ‘Cuck E. Cheese’s’
  66. Henrietta – the female raven from ‘The Snow Queen’
  67. Ibon – meaning ‘bird’ in Filipino
  68. Isabel – another of the three flamingos from ‘64 Zoo Lane’
  69. Jemima – a Hebrew word meaning ‘little dove’
  70. Jennifer – the pink pigeon from ‘The Wild’
  71. Jessica – the penguin from ‘Oggy and the Cockroaches’
  72. Jet – for a female bird that flies at the speed of light!
  73. Jules – the commentating parrot from the Flemish TV show ‘Schipper naast Mathilde’
  74. Juliet – the perfect hen name for a lovebird!
  75. KFCa hilarious title for a chicken, after the fast-food chicken chain
  76. Kiss – the crow from ‘Toriko’
  77. Kyrie – the canary from the ‘My Little Pony’ franchise
  78. Lady Kluck – Maid Marian’s lady-in-waiting from ‘Robin Hood’
  79. Laraline – a stunning bird name meaning ‘seagull’ in Latin
  80. Libia – the pigeon from ‘Plumiferos’
  81. Lilica – one of the trio of chickens from ‘Cocorico’
  82. Lilly – the reed warbler from the animated series ‘Rupert’
  83. Lintu – meaning ‘bird’ in Finnish
  84. Loa – after an Icelandic bird
  85. Lola – another of the trio of chickens from ‘Cocorico’
  86. Lucille – the flamingo from ‘El Americano: The Movie’
  87. Lucy – the snow goose from ‘Hungry Babies Mania’
  88. Luscinia – the beautiful name of a nightingale
  89. Luyu – a Native American title meaning ‘wild dove’
  90. Ma Megg – Chuck’s pet chicken from ‘Cuck Billy ‘n’ Folks’
  91. Margalo – the canary from ‘Stuart Little’
  92. Margaret – the robin from the American animated sitcom ‘Regular Show’
  93. Marguerita – another of the three parrots from the ‘Tropicana’ commercials
  94. Matilda – the calm hen from the ‘Angry Birds’ series
  95. Meryl – the other half of the set of twin toucans from ‘Brandy and Mr. Whiskers’
  96. Meryl Cheep – a bird pun on American actress ‘Meryl Streep’
  97. Mimi – after Jewel’s aunt from ‘Rio 2’
  98. Minnie – perfect for a tiny and adorable female bird
  99. Mirabelle – the final of the three flamingos from ‘64 Zoo Lane’
  100. Mithu – the parakeet in ‘Meena’
  101. Momma – after Nestor’s mother from ‘Scaredy Squirrel’
  102. Mother Goose – the renowned goose from the ‘Mother Goose and Grimm’ stories
  103. Muffin – the pink lovebird from ‘3rd & Bird’
  104. Nicole – the wife of Ernie from the cartoon ‘Family Guy’
  105. Nugget – a hilarious name for a female bird!
  106. Olivia – the swan from ‘Animals’
  107. Ono – the egret from ‘The Lion Guard’
  108. Oona – the female pufflin from the kids TV series ‘Puffin Rock’
  109. Opus – the great auk from the newspaper comic ‘Bloom Country’
  110. Paloma – a beautiful Spanish word meaning ‘dove’
  111. Parrot Hilton – a pun on American personality ‘Paris Hilton’
  112. Pauline – after ‘Pauline the Pelican’ from ‘64 Zoo Lane’
  113. Penny – the flamingo from the children’s books ‘George and Martha’ by James Marshall
  114. Perta – the canary from ‘Birdy’ by William Wharton
  115. Petula – the parrot from ’64 Zoo Lane’
  116. Philomena – the pet phoenix belonging to ‘Princess Celestia’ in ‘My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic’
  117. Pinky – the sassy flamingo from the hilarious film ‘The Penguins of Madagascar’
  118. Pipo – a cute female bird name, after the hummingbird from ‘Plumiferos’
  119. Pippo – the pigeon from the Japanese anime film ‘The Enchanted Journey’
  120. Polly – the Amazon parrot belonging to ‘Shipwreck’ in ‘G.I. Joe’
  121. Polly Parton – a parrot-related pun on country singer ‘Dolly Parton’
  122. Rainbow – perfect for a bird with colourful plumes!
  123. Raven – a bold and mysterious bird name
  124. Rhea – the name of the large bird, related to the Ostrich
  125. Rio – after the bird from the animated film
  126. Rosella – a species of Australian parrot which makes a stunning choice!
  127. Rosita – after the final parrot from the ‘Tropicana’ commercials
  128. Ruby – the crow from ‘Marmotte! Lollipop’
  129. Sandy – the seagull from ‘Marco Polo Junior Versus the Red Dragon’
  130. Sassy – for a bird who is bursting with sass and personality!
  131. Sephora – the Hebrew word for ‘bird’
  132. Serena – the canary from ‘Miss Julie’ by August Strindberg
  133. Shirley McLoon – the loon from ‘Tiny Toon Adventures’
  134. Siren – a funny name for a female bird who makes deafening sounds
  135. Snowflake – the swan from ‘Hungry Babies Mania’
  136. Stella – the female galah from ‘Angry Birds’
  137. Stella – the female goose from ‘Balto III: Wings Of Charge’
  138. Sue – the songbird from ‘Tasty Time with ZeFronk’
  139. Sunny – the chick from ‘Line’
  140. Suzume – a Japanese word meaning ‘sparrow’
  141. Sweetpea – the parakeet from ‘Secret Life of Pets’
  142. Tallulah – the hen and friend of Maisy from ‘Maisy Mouse’
  143. Teal – the beautiful color of many ducks
  144. The Dove – the female dove from ‘War of the Birds’
  145. Tori – a Japanese word meaning ‘bird’
  146. Tweetie Pie – a cute and funny name for a female bird!
  147. Tweety – the canary from ’Looney Tunes’ and ‘Merrie Melodies’
  148. Usoa – meaning ‘dove’ in the Basque language
  149. Valentine – one of the three ‘Macaw Sisters’ from ‘Love Birds’
  150. Vega – an Arabic word meaning ‘swooping eagle’
  151. Vera – after another of the three ‘Macaw Sisters’ from ‘Love Birds’
  152. Veronica – after the final of the three ‘Macaw Sisters’ from ‘Love Birds’ the musical
  153. Victoria – after Valiant’s love interest from the movie ‘Valiant’
  154. Vogel – meaning ‘bird’ in Dutch
  155. Willow – the blue-black grosbeak from ‘Angry Birds Stella’
  156. Winnie – after ‘Winnie Woodpecker’ from the ‘Woody Woodpecker’ cartoons
  157. Yonina – the female form of ‘Jonah’, meaning ‘dove’
  158. Zippora – a cool title from the Hebrew word ‘Tziporah’, meaning ‘bird’
  159. Ziz – after a huge bird from Jewish mythology
  160. Zog – a cool word meaning ‘bird’ in Albanian
  161. Zwazo – a funky title meaning ‘bird’ in Haitian Creole

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We hope this list has inspired you in your quest to find that perfect name for your new pet hen.

Finding a name for a new female bird can be difficult so we hope this has made finding a unique and special title more enjoyable!

Whether it was the fun Chiquitweeter, the fascinating ‘Halcyone’ or the famous ‘Lady Kluck’ that ruffled your feathers, we hope it suits your beautiful bird perfectly.

Make sure you use this list as a springboard for female bird names and if you have any more suggestions for great options, please leave them in the comments below.

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David is the pet lover behind My Pet's Name. He is a member of the Dog Writers Association of America, holds two degrees and has studied Applied Animal Behavior and Welfare. As well as writing, David has helped over 2 million people choose the best name for their pet.

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