|Abilities||None (fly to wherever the screen is tapped in Red's Mighty Feathers)|
|First Appearance||Poached Eggs 1-1|
|Species||Mountain northern cardinal (Mukitus cardinalis cardinalum)|
|Locations||Various levels after Poached Eggs.|
Red is the main protagonist of the Angry Birds series of games created by Rovio Entertainment. He was introduced in 2009 as the icon of the original game and a core member of the original flock, as well as the leader. Red is typically the central character in the Angry Birds games. After his first appearance in Poached Eggs, he has become a prominent character for the series.
Red's Description in Angry Birds Birdsonality (modified):
Red's a natural leader: strong willed, outspoken, and decisive. Knowledgeable and self-confident, he can intimidate other people who may mistake his confidence for arrogance. Red kicking the Soccer Boy Bird Red is shown to be a very grumpy, short tempered bird. He is short to anger, often getting angry at others when they do not coordinate with him. This causes a separation between him and other birds, even being isolated from all the other birds as shown in the Angry Birds Movie. At this stage, he was deep down very lonely but refused to associate with the other birds.
However, once the eggs were stolen, Red is raised up as the leader by the other birds, who had previously refused to believe him. Here, he proves his leadership qualities in his strong desire and passion to save the eggs. Red watching the pigs forming a Newton's cradle Red is the leader of the flock, which mainly includes The Blues, Chuck, Bomb, Matilda, and Terence. (along with Hal, Bubbles, Stella and Silver, who aren't as involved but still are part of the flock) While he doesn't have any abilities as the other birds do, he does have strong leadership skills that help in battle.
Red is a very loyal bird, and confides in his flock very much including Chuck and Bomb, his best friends/confidants. He is very strong willed and dedicated, allowing nothing to distract him from protecting the eggs.