Cactus wren, scientific name Campylorhynchus brunneicapillus is a species of wren that is endemic to the southwestern United States and parts of northern and central Mexico.
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The kakapo parrot has a yellowish-green plumage, a distinct facial disc, a large gray trunk, short legs, large legs, and relatively short wings and tail. The combination of fine features makes it... Read More ⟶
The American Avocet (Recurvirus americana) is a much heavier one in the Acetate and Stilt families, Recurvirostria. American Avocet spends most of its time in shallow water or on ground flats, often... Read More ⟶
Black-winged stilt, scientific name Himantopus himantopus is vastly distributed long-length wader in the acetate and in the stilt family (Recurvirostridae). H. The scientific name of the Himantopus... Read More ⟶
Poicephalus parrots are the "big stars" of their brand tail feathers and have big heads. These birds are known for being among the cool parrot species, and a well-stocked Poicephalus parrot can make... Read More ⟶
Wandering Albatross is a large marine bird that has been classified under the Diomedeidae family. The albatross is ranked as the largest flying bird and has the longest wingspan of all existing... Read More ⟶
Cape Parrot or Levant's Parrot is an exotic and rare parrot species that appeals to its beautiful appearance and nostalgic personality. One of the most beautiful avian in Africa, these rare birds are... Read More ⟶
The great albatross is a marine bird of the genus Diomedea in the Albatross family. The Diomedea genus formerly included all albatrosses, excluding sooty albatrosses.
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Meyer's parrot may prefer to see things from a distance without being the center of attention. This bird sits quietly on the perch destroying a toy. Meyer's parrot can also be social and tend to bond... Read More ⟶
The waved albatross, scientific name Phoebostria erorota, also known as the Galapagos albatross, is the only member of the family Diomedeidae in the tropical region. When they graze, they follow the... Read More ⟶