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.

Alpine Chough

The Alpine chough, or yellow-billed chough is a bird in the crow family. The Alpine Chough breeds in mountains from Spain eastwards through southern Europe and the Alps across Central Asia and the Himalayas to western China. mostly scavenges left behind human food.

White-Bellied Drongo

The white-bellied drongo is a species of drongo found across the Indian Subcontinent. Although primarily insectivorous they are opportunistic and are known to prey on small birds. These birds are extremely territorial and aggressive.

Haast’s Eagle

Haast's eagle is an extinct species of eagle that once lived in the South Island of New Zealand. It was the largest eagle known to have existed, with an estimated weight of 15 kilograms (33 lb), compared to the 9 kg (20 lb) harpy eagle. The Haast's eagle preyed on large, flightless bird species, including the moa, which was up to fifteen times the weight of the eagle.

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