Top 10 Birds With Amazing Beaks
Discover the top 10 birds with amazing beaks!
The Fox Sparrow is a large, chunky American sparrow that is highly variable in appearance, depending on its geographical region. This bird has four subspecies.
The Sinaloa Wren, formerly known as the "Bar-vented Wren" is a small skulking wren of lowlands and foothills in west Mexico.
The Pacific Wren is one of the smallest wrens in the United States. It has an incredible voice, having complex and high-pitched whistled song that rings through dense, moss-covered forests.
The Hooded Oriole is a fairly large songbird with longer and more delicate body than other orioles. They also have long rounded tails and longish necks. They are found in the Rio Grande valley in Texas and south through Mexico to Oaxaca and Veracruz.
Brown Gerygone (World's Smallest Birds)
The Brown Gerygone, previously known as the Brown Warbler, is a small passerine bird native to eastern coastal Australia.
Black Birds Seen in North America - Brewer's Blackbird
The Brewer's Blackbird is a medium-sized New World blackbird with fairly long legs and a rounded tail.
Blue Birds Seen in North America - Blue Bunting
The Blue Bunting is a small passerine bird that is found in tropical forest and second growth in Mexico and northern Central America.
Winter Backyard Birds (U.S. and Canada) - Red Crossbill
The Red Crossbill, also known as the Common Crossbill in Eurasia is a small passerine bird in the finch family Fringillidae.
Winter Backyard Birds (U.S. and Canada) - Golden-Crowned Kinglet
The Golden-Crowned Kinglet is a very small songbird and have a remarkable ability in surviving cold climates.