It must be that when creating birds, nature created with a special imagination, because they can be found in almost any color, size and with different features. Science knows 18,000 species of living birds, and what a joy that thanks to modern technology and tireless photographers, we can see such beauty without leaving home.
We at Happy Worthy Life deeply appreciate every creation of nature and are sure that today’s collection will give you new knowledge about the animal world, as well as visual pleasure.
The secretary-bird got her name because of the black feathers on her head, resembling goose feathers that had previously been inserted into their wigs by court clerks
The American Coot has long toes with broad lobes of skin that help it kick through the water
Males of magnificent frigates have a red throat bag that inflates like a balloon during the mating period
All the plumage and legs of the red Scarlet ibis are painted bright red, and it lives in the north of South America
Large beak of Hornbill helps with fishing, nesting and self-defense
Unlike most ducks, a mandarin duck can often be seen sitting on tree branches or on coastal cliffs.
The Tufted puffin from the water takes off hard, long accelerating, but in the air holds easily, rising sometimes to great heights
The Nicobar pigeon prefers small, most often uninhabited islands, where there are no predators
Stork-billed kingfisher eats small animals: fish, crustaceans, amphibians, reptiles, young birds, insects
Unlike other waterfowl, the American Anhinga are completely wet when exposed to water, allowing it to dive better
The Vulturine guineafowl is remarkably adapted to life in the arid, bushy regions of Africa
Southern bald ibis is a rare bird common in South Africa.
ʻIʻiwi is found in the mountain forests of Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Maui and Hawaii
Ribbon-tailed astrapia tail length may exceed 1 m
Lyrebirds have excellent ability to imitate natural and artificial sounds of the environment.
And what unusual birds live in your region?