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The ptarmigan lives among rocks with little vegetation at an altitude of 2,000 feet (609.6 m) or more in severe habitat.
This very shy bird is from the rain forests of New Guinea and Northern Australia.
Pelicans are the largest of all the aquatic birds and are famous for the large pouch of skin hanging from their lower jaw.
The lonesome call of a loon has been likened to a yodel, laughter, or a cry. Once heard, you will never forget it.
The osprey of North America, known as the fish hawk, is successful 90 percent of the time at making its catch.
The secretary bird can be found in the southern two-thirds of Africa in the open grasslands, plains, and savannahs.
This spectacular-looking parrot can be found in Australia and New Guinea.
The pileated woodpecker is the largest woodpecker in North America.
The arctic tern inhabits the coastal waters, lakes, and marshlands of the northern parts of Europe, Asia, and North America.
The male turkey is larger than the female.
The turkey vulture, commonly called buzzard, is a blackish-colored bird with a reddish, featherless head.
This strange-looking bird is known for its long neck, long legs, and pink color.
How many of us have gone snipe hunting as children at dusk?
One of the most beautiful ducks in the world is the wood duck.
The raven is the largest member of the crow family and also the largest songbird.
Skimmers are nicknamed scissorbills because of the design of their beak.
The hoatzin is a very colorful bird with a blue head, a tuft of feathers standing up on the head, and an orange iris in the eye.
In the sun, the feathers of the hummingbird flash a metallic green and the throat of the male sparkles a fiery red color.
The emperor penguin is one of the largest, and hardiest of the seabirds.
The great cormorant can be found worldwide.
The puffin, also known as the sea parrot, is a popular and easily recognized sea bird.
Seeing the famous “V” formation of the Canada goose is always a blessing to anyone who loves and appreciates nature.
The rainbow lorikeet is a medium-sized parrot that lives in northern and eastern Australia.
Bald eagles can usually be sighted near rivers, lakes, or the ocean, perched in trees or atop bluffs.
The roadrunner is the world’s fastest running-flying bird.
Standing as an elegant sculpture, the great blue heron remains motionless in the shallow water.