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The Guianan Cock-of-the-rock (Rupicola rupicola) is a South American passerine about 30 cm (12 in) in length. The bright orange male has a prominent half-moon crest, which is used is competitive displays in lek gatherings to attract a female. Although the Guianan cock-of-the-rock sometimes munches on small vertebrates and insects, its diet is mainly composed of fruit –and a study found that up to 75% of the fruit eaten by this bright orange South American bird is either red or black coloured.
Domestic cats kill many more wild birds in the United States than scientists thought, according to a new analysis. Cats may rank as the biggest immediate danger that living around people brings to wildlife.
A young bellbird (Anthornis melanura) that exhibits both male and female characteristics has been found in an eco-sanctuary in New Zealand. Although DNA testing from 2011 showed the bird as a female, its behaviour as well as physical charac
The Kea is a large species of parrot (superfamily Strigopoidea) found in forested and alpine regions of the South Island of New Zealand.
Kea loves to sit on the back of rodents (sheep,cows etc) and make holes on the back by puncturing it. After that it feed on the kidney fats of that animal. Amazing 😉
Many species use built-in ferromagnets to detect their orientation with respect to the Earth’s magnetic field. Some species of birds, like the Arctic tern, make a 25,000 mile round-trip journey every year.