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Types of Exotic Birds

Atlantic Puffin​
Atlantic Puffin​

Stocky, large-headed black-and-white bird. Large triangular bill colored red, blue, and yellow in summer, but duller in winter. White cheek. Black back, neck and top of head. Legs orange.

Bird-of-​Paradise​
Bird-of-​Paradise​

Bird of Paradise (Strelitzia reginae), also known as crane flowers, is one of the most beautiful of all exotic flowers. This native of South Africa derives its name from the unusual flowers, which resemble brightly colored birds in flight. Appearance of Bird of Paradise Plant. The leaves of a bird of paradise plant are bluish-green with a red midrib.

California ​Condor​
California ​Condor​

The California condor (Gymnogyps californianus) is a New World vulture, the largest North American land bird.

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Golden ​Pheasant​
Golden ​Pheasant​

The colorful bird, called as golden pheasant exhibits an absolute balance of colors, beauty and nature. These birds are widely spread in China, Europe, United States and their surroundings. With golden hairs, red colored body and brown tail; they look simply amazing to those who possess love for birds.

Grey Crowned ​Crane​
Grey Crowned ​Crane​

The grey crowned crane (Balearica regulorum) is a bird in the crane family, Gruidae. It is found in eastern and southern Africa, and is the national bird of Uganda.

Hoopoe​
Hoopoe​

The hoopoe is the king of the birds in the Ancient Greek comedy The Birds by Aristophanes. In Ovid's Metamorphoses, book 6, King Tereus of Thrace rapes Philomela, his wife Procne's sister, and cuts out her tongue.

Indian ​Peafowl​
Indian ​Peafowl​

The Indian Peafowl, also known as the Blue Peafowl, is native to India. These peacocks are the national bird of India, but have been introduced in other parts of the world. The preferred habitat of the Common Peafowl includes dry, semi-desert areas, grasslands, scrublands and deciduous forests. This bird forages for food and nests on the ground.

Kingfisher​
Kingfisher​

Surely you have heard about the Kingfisher. As such, they are not Leer más

Lear's Macaw​
Lear's Macaw​

Of 75 cm.. length and 940 g. of weight. The Lear's macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) It is a beautiful Blue Parrot with a long tail.

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Northern ​Cardinal​
Northern ​Cardinal​

Few birds are so familiar and yet so well-loved as the Northern Cardinal. The males are unmistakable, with their striking red feathers and black mask. The males are unmistakable, with their striking red feathers and black mask.

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Rainbow ​Lorikeet​
Rainbow ​Lorikeet​

The rainbow lorikeet is a species of parrot found in Australia. It is common along the eastern seaboard, from northern Queensland to South Australia. Its habitat is rainforest, coastal bush and woodland areas. Several taxa traditionally listed as subspecies of the rainbow lorikeet are now treated as separate species. Rainbow lorikeets have been introduced to Perth, Western Australia; Tasmania; Auckland, New Zealand; and Hong Kong.

Resplendent ​Quetzal​
Resplendent ​Quetzal​

The resplendent quetzal plays an important role in various types of Mesoamerican mythology. It is the national bird of Guatemala, and its image is found on the country's flag and coat of arms. It also lends its name to the country's currency, the Guatemalan quetzal (abbreviation GTQ).