Lilac-Breasted Roller

The Lilac-breasted Roller is an African bird of the roller family. The diet of the lilac-breasted roller consists of arthropods and small vertebrates, including ground-dwelling insects, spiders, scorpions, centipedes and millipedes, snails, and a variety of small vertebrates, including small birds. Slow-moving lizards, chameleons and snakes.

Red-Tailed Black Cockatoo

The red-tailed black cockatoo is a large black cockatoo native to Australia. Although red-tailed black cockatoos feed on a wide variety of native and introduced grains, the mainstay of their diet is eucalyptus seeds.

Storm Petrel

The Ashy Storm Petrel is a small seabird family Hydrobatidae. It breeds colonially on islands off the coasts of California and Mexico. Endangered.

Northern Cardinal

Northern cardinals are numerous across the eastern United States & Mexico. Its diet consists mainly (up to 90%) of weed seeds, grains, and fruits. It is the state bird of seven U.S. states.

Blue Jay

The Blue Jay is a bird in the family Corvidae, native to eastern North America. It is a noisy, bold, and aggressive passerine. It is omnivorous.

Oxpecker

The Red-Billed Oxpecker is a passerine bird in the oxpecker family, Buphagidae. Is native to the savannah of sub-Saharan Africa. The preferred habitat is open country, and the red-billed oxpecker eats insects.

Saw-whet Owl

The Saw-whet Owl is native to North America. They are found in dense thickets. The northern saw-whet owl makes a repeated tooting whistle sound. Some say they sound like a saw being sharpened on a whetstone.

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