- Voice actor: Megumi Hayashibara (both English and Japanese)
Pidgeot bares striking resemblance to Pidgeotto; however, Pidgeot is noticeably larger than its pre-evolution. Its plumage tends to be larger and glossier. The feathers on its head-crest are nearly as long as its body, and are yellow and red. Its tail feathers are red colored. Like its previous evolutions, its underbelly is a tan color, and it has black markings around its eyes. Its height is 4'11" and weight is 87.1 lbs.
Pidgeot are normally calm and confident in their abilities. It has many powerful attacks, and its plumage is often described as beautiful, making it a popular choice for skilled Trainers. Pidgeot may also spread its wings widely to intimidate enemies.
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Pidgeot seems to primarily subsist on a diet of bug and fish which it fishes out of the water using its high speed and keen senses. However, like all Pokémon, it is also capable of surviving by eating apples and Berries and also completely tolerant to human foods as well.
Ash Ketchum had a Pidgeot that he captured as a Pidgeotto early in his journey during Ash Catches a Pokémon. In Pallet Party Panic!, the same Spearow Ash had thrown a rock at in the first episode returned with its flock, but it had evolved into a Fearow. The flock attacked Ash, so Pidgeotto evolved into Pidgeot to battle Fearow. After Pidgeot defeated Fearow, Pidgeot left Ash's party to watch over a local flock of Pidgey and Pidgeotto. Ash promised to return for it someday, but so far he has not kept that promise.
Falkner of the Violet City Gym owns a Pidgeot as his main Pokémon. He uses it in his Gym battle against Ash in Fighting Flyer with Fire, but it was defeated by his Charizard, giving Ash the Zephyr Badge.
In Bound for Trouble, wild Pidgeot that were twice their normal size appeared. Their size was due to there being excessive quantities of food on one of the Orange Islands. One of these oversized Pidgeot snatches up Meowth and Pikachu when they got tethered together.
Pidgeot made its first appearance briefly in a fantasy in The School of Hard Knocks.
Two Pidgeot made a brief appearance in The Legend of Thunder!.
Pidgeot made a cameo in Arceus and the Jewel of Life.
Multiple Pidgeot made a cameo appearance at the beginning of Zoroark: Master of Illusions.
Multiple Pidgeot also appeared in The Power of One.
Pidgeot, Bird Pokémon. The evolved form of Pidgeotto. It can fly at twice the speed of sound at an altitude of nearly one mile.