Top 10 Beautiful Rare Birds
BLUE BIRD OF PARADISE
This species is approximately 30 cm long, black with a bluish-white bill, dark brown iris, grey legs, broken white eye-ring and bright blue wings. The male is adorned with violet blue and cinnamon flank plumes and two long ribbon-like tail feathers.
BEAUTIFUL BLUE PARROT
This species is approximately 100 cm (39 in) long, 120-140 cm (48-56 in) wingspan. It is almost entirely blue and has black under the wings. It has a large black beak with bright yellow along the sides of the lower part of the beak and also yellow eyerings
AWESOMELY COLORED BIRD OF PARADISE
This bird-of-paradise is small, up to 21 cm (8.3 in) long. The male is a red and black bird-of-paradise, with a yellow mantle on its neck, light green mouth, rich blue feet and two curved violet tail feathers. The head is naked blue, with a black double cross pattern on it. The female is a brownish bird with bare blue crown.
BIRD OF PARADISE
This bird-of-paradise is one of Top 10 Beautiful Rare Birds, small, up to 21 cm (8.3 in) long. The male is a red and black bird-of-paradise, with a yellow mantle on its neck, light green mouth, rich blue feet and two curved violet tail feathers. The head is naked blue, with a black double cross pattern on it. The female is a brownish bird with bare blue crown.
AUSTRALIAN KING PARROT
This species is about 43 cm (17 in) in length, including the long, broad tail. The adult male has a red head, breast, and lower undersides, with a blue band on the back of the neck between the red above and green on the back, the wings are green and each has a pale green shoulder band, the tail is green, and the rump is blue. The male has a reddish-orange upper mandible with a black tip, a black lower mandible with an orange base, and yellow irises. The plumage of the female is very different from the male having a green head and breast, a grey beak, and the pale shoulder band is small or absent.
Top 10 Beautiful Rare Birds – Bob Mckay
This species is approximately a chicken size, They are omnivores. In the wild, they often scratch at the soil to search for seeds, insects and even larger animals such as lizards, small snakes or young mice.
SPRING SEASON BIRD
This species is approximately small. It eat a lot of fruit in fall and winter. When they eat honeysuckle berries exclusively, they sometimes become intoxicated.
BLUE BIRD ON A TREE TRUNK
The bluebirds are a group of medium-sized, mostly insectivorous or omnivorous bird. Bluebirds are one of the few thrush genera in the Americas. They have blue, or blue and rose beige, plumage. Female birds are less brightly colored than males.
BEAUTIFUL YELLOW PARROT
The yellow-eared parrot nests and lives among wax palms in a few areas of Western and Central Cordillera of Colombia, where it inhabits cloud forests about 1800–3000 meters above sea level. It nests in the hollow trunks of the palms, usually 25–30 meters over the floor level. Yellow-eared parrot population is only 1500.
This species is 36 to 40 cm (14–16 in) long, plus up to 65 cm (26 in) of tail streamer for the male, and weighs about 210 g (7.4 oz). Resplendent quetzals are considered specialized fruit-eaters, although they mix their diet with insects . Particularly important are wildavocados and other fruit of the laurel family, which the birds swallow whole before regurgitating the pits, which helps to disperse these trees.