Its English name, Braviary, is derived from the words Brave, possibly meaning courage or having to do with American Indian Braves, and Aviary, meaning a large cage or a house or enclosure in which birds are kept.
Its Japanese name, Wargle, is derived from war and eagle.
It was revealed in the August issue of Coro Coro along with six other Pokémon on July 11, 2010.
Braviary is exclusive to Pokémon White, where as its counterpart, Mandibuzz, is exclusive to Pokémon Black.
Braviary is an all-male species, where as its counterpart Mandibuzz is all-female.
Braviary requires a Ditto in order to breed, as breeding it with Mandibuzz will only spawn Vullaby eggs (This is the same relationship shared between Tauros and Miltank).
It is interesting to note that a person with black version, a DS, and Wi-Fi can get Braviary after battling Cynthia. But one with White, a DS, and Wi-Fi can't get the counterpart Mandibuzz, due to no trainers using it on either game (except on the Battle Subway which doesn't register Pokémon seen in the Pokédex.)
Braviary has the 2nd highest attack stat (123) of all non-legendary bird based Pokémon, with the highest attack belonging to Honchkrow (125).
Before being revealed that the Unova region was based on America, many Pokémon fans considered Braviary's Bald Eagle-esque appearance as evidence that the games were based there.
Braviary represents August in the Unova horoscope.