Red-Vented Bulbul

Red-vented bulbuls feed on fruits, petals of flowers, nectar, insects and occasionally house geckos. They breed from June to September and lay two or three eggs in a typical clutch. The eggs are pale-pinkish with spots of darker red. They are very brave,&, are first to mob a predator. Often squabbling with red whiskered bulbul. The red vented bulbul is found in the Indian Subcontinent.

Outback Odyssey

The Outback is the colloquial name for the vast, unpopulated and mainly arid areas that comprise Australia’s interior and remote coasts. The Red Centre, in the Northern Territory, exemplifies the Outback.

Rainforest Riddle

A tropical rainforest typically has a number of layers, each with different species adapted for life in that particular environment. More than half of the world's plants and animals are found in the rainforests. Rainforests are one the most biodiverse systems in the world in terms of flora and fauna.

Burrowing Owl

It nests and roost in burrows, such as those excavated by prairie dogs. The primary sound that they make is a coo-coo during the daytime and a co-hoo during the nighttime.

Knobbed Hornbill

The Knobbed Hornbill, also known as Sulawesi Wrinkled Hornbill, is a colourful hornbill native to Indonesia. As with other hornbills, the knobbed hornbill is believed to be monogamous. Its diet consists mainly of fruits, but it will also take insects and small vertebrates. They are important seed dispersers in their habitat and influence the initial fate of seeds of several tropical forest tree species. Vulnerable.

Turkey Vulture

In some North American states, it is  known as turkey buzzard. Black vultures and eagles often challenge these scavenger birds while feeding. The turkey vulture vomits in response to offer its challenger their ingested food. Turkey vultures have an extremely developed olfactory system that allows the birds to smell carrion from over a mile’s distance.

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