HEMETED GUINEAFOULS
Helmeted Guineafowl 
In season, the African guinea hen may lay an egg a day until they have a clutch of around 7 to 30 eggs. The incubation period is around 26 to 28 days.

GREAT WHITE PELICANS
Pelicans
A pelican’s pouch-like beak can hold up to 2.5 gallons of water at a time. The beak will shrink to squeeze out the water before the pelican swallows its food.
 
FLAMINGOS
Flamingos
GREY CROWNED CRANE                                                                                          GUINEAFOULS     
 Martial Cranes Guinea Fowl
VULTURES
VULTURES 
The magnificent white-backed vulture is an Old-World vulture species and is the most common and widespread vulture species in Africa.
However, as carrion-feeders, they’re considered disease-ridden, dishonorable, and ugly. Like many vulture species, it has experienced
a rapid decline in population in recent years. Yet, they’re critical to the health of the ecosystem, particularly in the mammal populations who
would otherwise be surrounded by sickness and parasites.
 
                 KORI BUSTARD                                                                                            GROUND HORNBILL                  
Kori Bustard Ground Hornbill
    IBIS                                                                                                          HAMERCOP              
IBIS
EAGLE
EAGLE 
EAGLES
Eagle Eagle
 
Flamingos3
 
 
TOP
 
 
 
 
 
Birds
KENYA/TANZANIA/ETHIOPIA 1 2
ADIRONDACK PARK 1
AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND 1
FLORIDA 1
NEW JERSEY BACKYARD 1 2
 YUCATAN/MEXICO 1
  
MAGPIE SHRIKE
Magpie Shrike 
Martial eAGLE
Martial Eagle 
EAGLE
Eagle 
EAGLE
Eagle 
BACKED WEAVER 
Backed Weaver 
STORK
STORK 
GREAT WHIT PELICAN
Pelican