Channel-billed Toucan is a toucan that found on the Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana. Brazil, Venezuela and Bolivia.

The Channel-Billed Toucan

The Channel-billed Toucan (Ramphastos vitellinus) is a toucan that found on the Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana and in tropical South America, in the southeastern Amazon, as far south as southern...
The eastern bluebird (Sialia sialis)

The Eastern Bluebird (Sialia sialis)

In the right terms, "Sialia" is the Latinized, neuter plural version of the Greek word sialis, a noun meaning a "kind of bird." Since the Eastern Bluebird (Sialia sialis) was the first bluebird classified...

Hooded Pitohui – The First Documented Poisonous Bird

The hooded pitohui (Pitohui dichrous) is a pitohui of New Guinea is one of few recognized poisonous birds in the world. Both males & females have black and orange patches in there plumage. This...

The Fire-tailed Sunbird

Some birds are extremely eye-catching to see, and the first word you say “Wow”. The Fire-tailed Sunbird is among those birds which have stunning colors of nature. The fire-tailed Sunbird “Aethopyga ignicauda” is a...

Greater Blue Eared Starling The Gorgeous Mystery Bird

The greater blue-eared starling or “greater blue-eared glossy-starling” (Lamprotornis chalybaeus) are so spectacular to look at that the birder totally forgets about all identification clues as soon as he or she gets her bino’s...

Cloud Cisticola (Cisticola textrix)

The Cloud Cisticola or tink-tink cisticola is near-endemic to southern Africa and occurs in South Africa, Angola, Mozambique, Lesotho, and sparsely in Swaziland. However, a widely separated relict population occurs in Zambia and southern...

Bohemian Waxwing – Gorgeous Yellow Tip Tail Bird

The Bohemian Waxwing got its name for the red waxy tips on mature feathers, and for its bohemian behavior. These beautiful birds are very nomadic when following food sources and their large flocking instinct...

The Scissor-tail Red-billed Streamertail

The enchanting Red-billed Streamertail or “Trochilus polytmus,” is also known as the doctor bird, scissor-tail or scissors tail hummingbird, is indigenous to Jamaica. The Red-billed Streamertail is most abundant and widespread member of the...
One of the world's rarest White Bird is Albino House Sparrow. Most White Wild Birds seen are leucistic, lacking pigment.

The Rarest White Birds Albino House Sparrow

One of the world's rarest White Birds is Albino House Sparrow.  Most White Wild Birds seen are leucistic, lacking pigment. They are extremely rare in themselves, but a true albino bird, with pink eyes...

Inca Tern ! The Magnificent Moustache Bird

Birds are beautiful creations of God, enticing human beings by vibrant colors. Every bird is special because of diverse attractions, colors, calls, tails, etc. Here we’re introducing you a unique bird which has Moustache....

Garden Visiting Green Finches

The Green Finches are the largest of a trio of British finches with partly green plumage (the others are the siskin and the rare serin). It is one of our more numerous birds, being...

Rare Multicolored Bird Attracts Crowds of Avian Enthusiasts

Well, nature is fully covered with beautiful things. No matter whatever things on planet earth, everything is beautiful and playing there role. Just like a particularly rare sightings of a male Painted Bunting in...
Nesting colonies of herring gulls along the northeastern coast of the United States are found primarily on sandy or rocky offshore or barrier beach islands.

The Herring Gull (Larus argentatus)

Herring Gull is medium-to-large-sized sea birds with long pointed wings, a stout, slightly hooked bill, and webbed feet. They are plentiful in temperate coastal areas and throughout the Great Lakes. Although these gulls habitually may...
The American woodcock (Scolopax minor) breeds from southern Canada to Louisiana throughout forested regions of the eastern half of North America.

American Woodcock (Scolopax minor)

This inland member of the sandpiper family has a stocky build, long bill, and short legs. However, their habitats and diet are distinct. Woodcock inhabit primarily woodlands and abandoned fields. Whereas snipe is found...
The song or call of Spotted Sandpiper is very sweet of quick string of 10 weets in a similar style. The bird may give a pair of weet note when alarmed.

The Spotted Sandpiper (Actitis macularia)

The family Scolopacidae includes numerous species of shorebirds, e.g., sandpipers, tattlers, knots, godwits, curlews, yellowlegs, willets, and dowitchers. These are known as sandpipers tend to be small with moderately long legs and bills. Most...
Relatively common in Alaska, populations in the lower 48 States have been seriously diminished, although they are recovering in some areas.

The Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus)

Facts of Bald Eagle Bald Eagles have long rounded wings, large hooked bills, sharp talons, and are the largest birds of prey in the United States. They swoop down on their prey at high speeds,...
Marsh wrens breed throughout most of the northern half of the United States and in coastal areas as far south as Florida. In winter they are in the southern United States and into Mexico, particularly in coastal areas.

The Facts of Marsh Wren

Description Wrens are small insectivorous birds that live in a variety of habitats throughout the United States. They have long, slender bills adapted for gleaning insects from the ground and vegetation. Most species are migratory,...
Female Belted Kingfisher

Belted Kingfisher (kingfishers)

Order Coraciiformes, Family Alcedinidae The belted kingfisher (Cerylealcyon, formerly Megaceryle alcyon) is a medium-sized bird (33 cm bill tip to tail tip) that eats primarily fish. It is one of the few species of fish-eating...
They range in size from the broad-winged hawk (41 cm bill tip to tail tip) to the ferruginous hawk (58 cm).

Red-Tailed Hawk (buteo hawks)

The Red-tailed Hawk Facts The family Accipitridae includes most birds of prey except falcons, owls, and American vultures. Buteo hawks are moderately large soaring hawks that inhabit open or semi-open areas. They are the most...
The breeding range of the robin has expanded in recent times with the increasing area covered by lawns and other open habitats.

The American Robin (Turdus migratorius)

American Robin Facts The American robin (Turdus migratorius) occurs throughout most of the continental United States and Canada. This is a migratory songbird of the true thrush genus and Turdidae, the wider thrush family Muscicapidae....

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