Interesting facts about flamingos

Flamingos are a type of wading bird that live in areas of large shallow lakes, lagoons, mangrove swamps, tidal flats, and sandy islands. Flamingos are famous for their bright pink feathers, stilt-like legs, and S-shaped neck. Flamingos tend to live a long life in the wild though with an average of 20 to 30 years. … Read more

Interesting facts about bald eagles

Bald eagles belong to a scientific grouping of eagles known as sea-eagles or fish eagles. Bald eagles are North American birds. Their range extends from the Mexico border through the United States and Canada. They are extremely populous in Alaska! They are almost always found near water, on coastlines, lakes, rivers, swamps, and marshes. Lifespan … Read more

Interesting facts about hummingbirds

Hummingbirds are among the smallest of birds but they belong to one of the largest group of birds, the Trochilidae family. Hummingbirds are found only in the Western Hemisphere, from southeastern Alaska to southern Chile, although most live in the tropical rain forests. Hummingbird lifespan is 6 to 12 years in the wild but in … Read more

Interesting facts about macaws

The macaws is a are beautiful, brilliantly colored tropical parrot native to Central and Southern American rain forests. There are 17 species of macaws, and several are endangered. Macaws average lifespan in the wild is up to 60 years. The macaw is an omnivorous animal and eat a variety of ripe and unripe fruits, nuts … Read more

Interesting facts about puffins

Atlantic puffin is a small bird. It weighs 0.5 kilograms (17.5 ounces) and can reach 25 centimetars (10 inches) in length. Males are slightly bigger than females. Nicknamed ‘sea parrots‘ – and sometimes ‘clowns of the sea‘! – Atlantic puffins have black and white feathers and a large parrot-like beak. Puffins are fab flyers, flapping … Read more