Longest  Living Birds On Earth 

25/OCTOBER /2023


Albatrosses are known for their exceptional longevity, with some individuals  living for over 50 years. 


Macaws, like the Scarlet Macaw and Blue-and-Gold Macaw, are known for their long lifespans, which can exceed 50 years in captivity with proper care. 


Mute Swans are known to have a lifespan of 10 to 20 years in the wild, and some individuals in captivity have lived much longer, reaching 30 years or more. 


Many parrot species, such as the African Grey Parrot and the Amazon Parrot, can live for several decades, with some reaching up to 80 years in captivity. 


The Kakapo, also known as the night parrot, is a critically endangered parrot species native to New Zealand. They are one of the longest-living parrots, with some individuals reaching 90 years or more. 

Andean Condor: 

The Andean Condor, one of  the largest flying birds, has been known to live for over  50 years in captivity. 


Some species of cockatoos, such as the Sulphur-crested Cockatoo and the Major Mitchell's Cockatoo, can live for more than 70 years  in captivity. 


Some penguin species have relatively long lifespans, with the Emperor Penguin and King Penguin living for up to 20 years or more.