Red-throated loon, scientific name Gavia stellata is a bird named in North America or red-throated ducks in Britain and Ireland, is a migratory aquatic bird found in the Northern Hemisphere.
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Northern Fulmar, scientific name Fulmarus glacialis, or only Fulmar or sometimes call Arctic fulmar is a large number of sea birds originally found in the Subarctic regions of the North Atlantic and... Read More ⟶
The Northern Gannet, scientific name, Maurice busanus is a marine bird, the largest species of the Gannet, Sulidae. It is native to the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, breeding Western Europe and North... Read More ⟶
Wilson's Storm Petrel, scientific name Oceanites agaricus is a small sea bird in the Ocean Storm petrel Ocean. Wilson's Storm Petrel is also called only Wilson's Petrel. This article will be sharing... Read More ⟶
The Atlantic Canary (Serinus Canaria), also known as the only wild canary in the world and the island is also known as Canary, or Common Canary, is a small passerine bird of the genus Serinus in the... Read More ⟶
Harz Roller or Roller Canary is the name of a domestic canary breed in the Upper Herz Mountains of Germany. The birds were born in the Upper Hertz between Launtle and Saint Andreasburg in the... Read More ⟶
Red Factor Canary is a popular variety of canary. It is named for the colorful plumage and is a 'canary of color', more reproducible for the fancy of color than the song. It is kept by pets who want... Read More ⟶
Rainbow is a combination of blue-based budgie, opaline, clearing, and a yellow surface mutation. A rainbow spangle budgie is a beautiful pet bird species fond of all.
Budgies or parakeets are... Read More ⟶
A blue budgie (parakeet) is often regarded as a "beginner bird" but this social, outgoing little bird deserves care and cares just like a large parrot. Blue budgie is a species of budgies that are... Read More ⟶
A Buff Orpington is a British breed of chicken. It was born in Kent, southeast England in the late nineteenth century, William Cook of Orpington. It should have been observed for both dual-purpose... Read More ⟶