BRUSH TURKEY
Brush Turky 

The Australian brush turkey is a large bird with black feathers and a red head. Its total length is about 60–75 cm (23.5–29.5 in) and a wingspan
of about 85 cm (33 in). Brush turkey is a mound-building bird that builds large nests on the ground made of leaves, other compostable material,
and earth, 1 to 1.5 meters (3.3 to 4.9 ft) high and up to 4 m (13 ft) across. Mound-building is done by a dominant male, and visited by
a succession of local females, for mating and egg-laying. The male works tirelessly, collecting material from all around,and diligently

 repelling rival males, which are keen to usurp his position.


AUSTRALIAN PELICANS
Australian Pelican 
Australian pelicans have the largest bill in avian world. It is nearly 2 feet (0.5 m) in length. The sword-billed hummingbird, with its 3.9-inch (10 cm) bill,
is the only bird with a bill that’s longer than its body.
Despite their large size, Australian pelicans are so buoyant they cannot sink under water.
Their pouch can hold a little over 3 gallons (11 liters) of water. That is 2 to 3 times the amount they can hold in their stomachs.
 
EMU
Emu 
PIED CURRAWONG BIRD                                                                                              GULL
 Pied currawong bird Gull
GULLS
Gulls 
                 FALCON                                                                                            GALAH                 
Falcon Galah
AUSTRALIAN IBIS
Australian Ibis 
CRIMSON ROSELLA PARROT
Parrot 
 
 
 
TOP
 
 
 
 
Birds
  AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND 1
ADIRONDACK PARK 1
FLORIDA 1
KENYA/TANZANIA/ETHIOPIA 1 2
NEW JERSEY BACKYARD 1 2
YUCATAN/MEXICO 1
  
BLACK-NECKED STROK
Black-necked Stork 
BUSH STONE-CURLEW
Bush Stone-curlew 
AUSTRALIAN MAGPIE
Australian Magpie 
MAGPIE GOOSE
Magpie Goose 
CRIMSON ROSELLA PARROT
Crimson rosella parrot 
FALCON
New Zeland Falcon 
BRUSH TURKEY
Brush Turkey 
OWL 
Owl 
 

There are over 10,900 species of birds in the world. Birds are the most widespread of all animals around the world.

 
There are between 50 billion and 430 billion birds on Earth.
 
There are 2,059 bird species in the continent of North America including 1267 bird species found in the 50 states and District of Columbia, plus
the 146 species found only in the U.S. territories.
 

The body of a woman who died after falling off a cliff in France Pyrenees was devoured by vultures in just 45 minutes, before rescue workers were able to reach the body.

 

Rock pigeons called "rats with wings" are an amazing, intelligent species with a short rush. Not only can they be trained to transmit messages
over long distances, but researchers at Keio University in Tokyo have discovered that they can also be trained to distinguish paintings by
 Monet, Picasso, Braque, Matisse, Cézanne and Renoir. Here's
one of the coolest facts about animals you probably didn't know!