Nightingale

Nightingale

Today we’re giving an ode to the bird that has been an inspiration for many artists—the nightingale.  Nightingale The nightingale is a small brown or tan bird that weighs about 15g – 22g (0.5oz – 0.7oz) and average 14cm – 16.5cm (5.5in – 6.5in)...
Ibis

Ibis

Ibis is the name given to a group of long-legged water birds that are found in wetlands, forests and plains. They are from the family Threskiornithidae and include the following types of ibis. Types Of Ibis: African sacred ibis Malagasy sacred ibis Australian white...
The Moorhen

The Moorhen

A moorhen is a species of waterfowl sometimes called “marsh hens.” These birds are medium-sized members of the Rallidae family of mostly land-based birds. Moorhens have dark, almost black feathers with white under tails and reddish-orange beak crests....
Harrier

Harrier

Harrier is the name given to the species of diurnal hawks. These birds of prey are in the Accipitridae family. Harriers average around 20 inches long and live in habitats where rodents and other small animals live. The typical Harrier diet consists of other small...
Peregrine Falcon

Peregrine Falcon

The peregrine falcon (also known as Falco peregrinus or the duck hawk in North America) is a cosmopolitan raptor in the family Falconidae. Peregrine Falcons are giant falcons with long, pointed wings and long tails. The long primary feathers give them a long-winged...
Kookaburra

Kookaburra

Kookaburra is a bird that most people refer to as laughing Kookaburra, and its scientific name is Dacelo novaeguineae. Some people refer to the bird as the bushman’s clock due to its early morning and evening laughter chorus. Here are more distinct...