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This category really is for the birds. Class Aves in the animal kingdom, birds are bipedal, warm-blooded, winged vertebrate animals that lay eggs. With approximately 10,000 species worldwide, there is no end to the questions and answers you will find here. Fly in and flitter around.
The bald eagle was choosen because of it's association with  authoridy and statehood in fact, the eagle has been used for  govermental power since the Roman times.
No, a road runner is warmblooded animal because it is a type of bird.
The name for a barn loft is hay loft.
It looks as any liver would. It is reddish brown depending on how  healthy the goose was. It would have lines, folds and bloodstreams  travelling inside and out.
when they want food veggies
First, you need to check your city ordinences. They are not allowedin city limits in all areas. When they are, there are usuallylimits on the types of chickens, and how many per square feet ofopen yard. It is best if you have your own fenced off yard. Youwould need to build a small coup that is...
The Grey Owl is the largest Owl in the World.
Air: seabirds   Sea: seals
You do not need a license for Bobwhite Quail.
The hen breed determines the type of egg it will lay (white, brown,multi, etc. A hen will lay eggs without a rooster, you only need arooster if you want to have baby chicks.
they are migrating to a certain place. (next time find out  yourself)
Looking at an adult duck's plumage can help you decide.  Female ducks generally sit on the nest, usually on the ground.  Nature, very sensibly, gives female ducks camouflage to protect  them, and their nests from predators. Their feathers are generally  a nondescript brown or grey, so that they...
  == Answer ==     == No it is the other way around. Seagulls eat crabs. ==     == Answer ==     == No it is the other way around. Seagulls eat crabs. ==  
they need ice because they're bodies are warmer then most of  animals, and would heat up to non- usual temperatures, and would  get very sick.
no, they are omnivores-they eat plants and meat
The difference is a chicken rooster are only male. Peafowl is thebreed name for both male and female, a male is called peacock, afemale is called peahen, their babies are referred to aspea-chicks.
It can fly up to about 102 mph
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  Predators of Eastern Blue Birds include owls, hawks,  climbing snakes, raccoons, and squirrels.
bush turkeys can only fly for a limited amount of time
Yes, though it is much less severe than turkeys. There is a 10%chance for a chicken to die of blackhead disease.
no thats fine its just its fur growing. do not worry!
like many other birds and other species, they take care of their  young... and they also protect their young from predators
An adult purple finch weighs about 1.2 ounces (34 grams).
The similarities of an elf owl and a snowy owl are there likings  of enjoying the night life. They both hunt small mammals, small  insects and other birds. Their talons are similar by helping them  catch prey. Hope this helped!! 
About 5 to 7 years in the wild.
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Some owls are known for killing other birds, like chickens, and  eating only the head. But I also had a hawk rip the head of my  chicken off before just flying away, not even interested in eating  any of it.
There is no official name, they're called the father, just as you  call your mom or dad, mom & dad
Chickens can freeze to death, yes. I have chickens of my own andone winter a hen of mine refused to go into the coop. Therefore shefroze to death.
Emperor penguins are serially monogamous. They will have one mate  for a season, but the next year they might find a new mate.
There're favorite food is large fish
Cardinals are not the "symbol of death," the bird you must be  thinking of is a Crow, or Raven. Cardinals are the state bird for  Indiana, not a sign of death
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Usambiro Barbet, Grey-breasted Francolin and Rufous-tailed Weaver
Usambiro Barbet, Grey-breasted Francolin and Rufous-tailed Weaver
The snowy owl has adapted by blending in with the snow. Thus the  name Snowy Owl. 
The snowy owl lives in the tundra biome. Which consists of low  temperatures and along with that comes snow ....hints the name  "snowy owl".
It pumps blood into the veins of the animal
toys,cage.food,perch,ladder,food and water container.
The average life span for a blue jay would be about 7 years. Butthere are some blue jays that have lived up to be older.
Hello, usually it means there is something wrong with its bladder.  It could have really hurt itself. Check with your closest vet.  Believe me I am an expert. It sounds like a bladder issue.
They eat carrions because they are scavengers and carrions are decomposers.
i don't know. but you can use an encyclopedia though.
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If you mean during the time in which she is trying to hatch chicks,then the maximum amount in which she can leave her eggs for a quickbreak is about 1-5 hours at most, depending upon the temperatureand surroundings where the eggs are. The easiest way to judge is byletting your chicken have a break...
No bird stays underground the whole time, but many nest there,  including puffins, manx shearwaters, and some other seabirds, and  the oilbird of South America.
you can teach specific birds like parrots parakeets cockatiels to  talk like you. but trust me, its takes a while to train them to  talk like humans
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No. It is listed as least concern.
Elf owls are in no danger of extinction now.
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They are fiercely territorial, and, though rare, fights do break  out if one strays onto another pair's territory, but dominant  displays of aggression will normally see off the interloper.
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The youngest that most budgie breeders accept as safe is a full  year. Many feel that 18 months is even better. It's better to give  your birds all the time they need before they start on a nest.    Female budgies mostly breed when they are between 1 - 3 years old.  When it comes to male...
No, chicken ovules don't recognise rabbit sperm cells as being  compatible.
Birds take care of their eggs by staying near the nest. They build  their nests up high and keep watch. The mother and father take  shifts of keeping watch on the eggs. Also they will attack anything  that comes near the nest/eggs.
   The trumpeter swan  is the largest extant species of waterfowl. Adults usually measure  138-165 cm (4 ft 6 in-5 ft 5 in) long, though large males can  exceed 180 cm (71 in) in total length.[2][4][5][6]  The weight of adult birds is typically 7-13.6 kg (15-30 lb).  Possible due to...
A baby Blue jay is called a hatchling or scrub. They baby Blue jay  is taken care of by its mother for 8 to 12 days after birth.A baby blue jay is called a hatchling.
The birds that they catch they inject a micro chip in there upper  left leg
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Adult:   White head and upper neckWhite tailDark brown body plumageYellow bill    Immature:   Dark bill and dark cereDark brown body plumage, including head and tailVariable amounts of white on underwing coverts, belly, and backWhite head and tail, and dark underwings are gradually...
no birds do not live in water they will die
Like nearly every other bird in the world, they're called chicks.
The Bible lists twenty categories of birds, such as cormorants,  owls, as well as bats (which are not taxonimcally-speaking birds).  However, in terms of actual species, these count for thousands of  individual species; for example, there are over 1,200 different  species of bats.   ...
If you like claws in your face, then sure. Go for it.
It depends on which animal you are talking about for example for a  cow it is a calf, for a cat it is a kitten, for a dog it is a  puppy, for a chicken it is a chick, and for a sheep it is a lamb.  So bascily depends in what animal you are looking for. :D
I think that you are asking about the Rose-breasted Grosbeak.
it had a population of 58,740.
I am not sure which one you are looking for, but go to the attached pages and look for the White-breasted Kingfisher; White-throated Kingfisher; and the photo at the other site.