Pothos or Devil’s Ivy is not safe for pets — including birds such as budgies, parakeets, conures, cockatiels, or any species of parrots.
It’s highly unlikely that your pet bird will die if it eats pothos or Devil’s Ivy. For starters, it will need to eat a significant amount of stems and leaves for the toxins to take effect.
Start by identifying how much pothos did your bird eat. Then, check the leaves and stems. Do they only have a few bite marks or scratches? Or is the plant missing several leaves?
Birds do not eat pothos as part of their natural diet. All Epipremnum species developed calcium oxalate crystals as a defensive mechanism.