Can flamingo bird run?
Yes they can run, but they don't run very far because after a few steps they will take off and fly.
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A flamingo is a long legged pink feathered wading bird of Africa.It has a large down turned beak for sifting shallow lakes for shellfish etc which maintains the pink plumage. The broad pink wingshave black wing tips. There was also an aircraft of the 1930s called the De Havilland(UK) Flamingo. It wa…s a four engined airliner and could carry 20odd passengers. ( Full Answer )
An ostrich, they can run at more than 30 miles per hour. TRhe fastest running bird is the Ostrich, they can run at more than 30 MPH. TRhe fastest running bird is the Ostrich, they can run at more than 30 MPH.
Flamingos move at moderate rates. When they run, they don't run far, as soon as they've taken a few steps, they take off in flight.
No, because they eat small fish. shrimp, algae, and other small creatures found in shallow water. Flamingos are omnivores.
The Desert Road Runner. It is found in Arizona, Texas, New Mexico, and other desert areas.
The fastest running British bird is the pheasant which can run up to 21 mph.
The ostrich is prevalent in parts of South Africa and other partsof the African continent as well. They are also used for racing inSouth Africa.
The fast-running, flightless bird in Africa is the ostrich. Aostrich lives in nomadic groups composed of 5 to 50 birds. Theostrich is known worldwide because of its feathers.
The largest bird in Africa is the Ostrich, which is also the world's largest bird..
A grey bird that looks like a flamingo is an emu or ostrich. An Emu is female and an Ostrich is male. They are the fastest bird ever and are Australian animals. The emu appears on tehAustralian 50 cent coin with a kangaroo. Even though emus and Ostriches are the fastest birds, they can't fly. They a…re really big birds with such small wings. If you wanted to see a picture story book on emu's, there is one called Edwina the emu.. I hope I have answered your question propely. By Amy Clarke ( Full Answer )
The flamingo is NOT the largest bird in Africa, That would be the ostrich. Find your information first.
It is called a flamingo because it comes from a Latin word called Phoenicopterus ruper , that means pink colored organism.
Flamingos are not the only birds containing pink. Since they are not born or do not intrinsically develop into pink birds, they obtain their pink pigment from their diet. The more carotene their diet contains, the more vibrantly pink their bodies become. The related link includes a short list of o…ther birds that contain the color pink. ( Full Answer )
A roadrunner is naatsÃ©dlÃ³zii. Prounouced naah-TSE-DLO-zee. The marks mean high tone not stress. Eis said as eh and i as ee.
If its onconcious take it inside and keep it warm and dark until it wakes up if it cant move a certain part of it body take it too a vett
They are pink birds which eat shrimp which have a chemical in themwhich turn's the bird's plumage pink.
in a hole night a kiwi can cover about 60 football fields running Kiwis DO have legs and I am not quite sure how fast they run but I do know that they can run 60 football fields in one night.
The bird that can run, but not fly is the ostrich. It can runreally fast but has tiny wings not suitable for flying at all.
the answers is Ostrich. Ostrich cannot fly but they are the fastest bird to run.
Yes they do you see if they did not than there would be total caos.
It has feathers, a beak, lays eggs and can fly.....so yeah, chances are pretty good its a bird.
The mare Pilot Bird (born in 1983) never raced. The other Mare,Pilot Bird (born in 1971) came in first in the Canadian Derby Trialin August of 1974 she did not compete in the Canadian Derbyhowever.
Yes, the Greater Flamingo is found in Egypt in great numbers. The best place to see them in Egypt is Lake Qaran where numbers of Flamingos are up to 1000.
No flamingos belong to the bird family and not the reptile family as they have wings.
Flamingos choose regions that have little food for other animals and avoid having many natural predators. They can be the target of large birds that move from place to place. Grown flamingos are not the target but the chicks are vulnerable and the parents must protect them and kept them close by.
no but they have small comb like things called lammelae that strain the tiny food they eat! i am awesome
Your question is not understandable, not to be mean though. Anyway I'm gonna try my best to understand and answer it with what I think you mean. The answer is a roadrunner.
An ostrich runs on the ground instead of flying. Some ostriches canrun as fast as 70 miles per hour.
Because they associate the shadow with danger (it is an innate response). As the bird grows older it learns only to run away from other birds shadows.
a flamingo is an aquatic bird the bacteria in the water makes it turn pink
Yes, they have webbed feet and spend a lot of time wading and standing in water.
they sleep with one leg up and some livese in zoo and they put oil and they have to eat and if they don't eat they will turn gray and if they do they will turn pink
yes. big bird did get run over by a reindeer. it was Christmas eve and he had to much vodka in hand. he was walking home from ivy and Starr's house after going turtle hunting. He heard the reindeer bells but all he was thinking was how to get some more to drink. Thant's when ivy called big bird to t…ell him that she was hiding in a cabinet and you couldn't see her. there wasn't any turtles but she found a bucket of pretzels. next thing ya know big bird is laughing his butt off when suddenly the reindeer hit him. big bird was only laughing so hard because he had so much vodka. so i think that because ivy made her drunk phone call , she killed big bird. ( Full Answer )
A flamingo have webbed feet buy the bird don't have. A flamingo have a long neck were as a bird have a short neck. A flamingo have a long beak were as a bird have a short beak. A flamingo is big were as a bird is small. A flamingo is pink in color were as a bird is any col…or. A flamingo is beautiful were as a bird is quite dull.Some birds can be colorful. An difrent answer A Flamingo is a bird Um... a flamingo is a bird, there is no difference. ( Full Answer )
If by running bird you mean flightless, no a peafowl is not flightless and can fly short distances about the equivalent of a turkey, if you consider a turkey to be a running bird.
Angry Birds batteries do not run out on the game you will have unlimited batteries for your birds but you only have a certain amount of birds to use!
First of all worms dont run they wiggle or dig. And by the time that A worm would know that it was bieng attacked is when the bird is tuging it out of the ground because the worms are usualy in the ground unless it rains really hard for a long periode of time, so they have no use of vision, so they …would not know until it was too late. But if the bird had dropped the worm it would try to dig and hide in the ground. ( Full Answer )
The eagle is the bird of prey as it will feed on small rodents and sometimes maybe a smaller bird, but the sparrow, canary and flamingo will feed off of berries etc and insects.
I'm not sure what type of bird you have, but cooked rice works great for most, cockatiels really love it, give them some celery, or lettuce, maybe a small bit of bread or pasta. Parrots like fruit, but too much will make the cage messy. This is only a temporary measure, they need proper nutrition …and only food made for your bird can give that. ( Full Answer )
because a flamingo has wings and it stands on 1 leg when it groomsit self and the penguin comes from the Antarctic and it's only gotflippers
they probably did, but not on purpose. It is not the only reason they died out.
FLAMINGOS can eat so diff. from humans. They can fly which is also what a human cant do either.
In a word: No. The copyright for Surfin' Bird by the Trashmen is far from having run out. But the ownership could be a bit murky. The song was "written" one night as the Trashmen performed their own impromptu version of a line from the song The Bird's The Word mixed with a phrase from the song … Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow , both hit songs by The Rivingtons. During the performance, Trashmen drummer and vocalist Steve Wahre stopped in the middle and ad-libbed the part where he yells "Sur-fin' Bird" and then makes lots of noises with his mouth, takes a deep breath and sighs. Wahre then picks up with the phrase from Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow but in surf music style. They recorded this new song soon after and it became a legendary hit. But lyrically, the song is actually the combination of parts of the two other songs with an added part in the middle. So the copyright may lie with the other two songs and Surfin' Bird would be an adaptation or parody of those songs. Either way, copyright law has changed over the years to extend the years so that families of the author can enjoy income from the royalties. Depending how the original songs were copyrighted and if that author is still alive or sold the rights, the two original songs written in 1962 and 1963 fall under one of two clauses in U.S. copyright law. 1) Life of the song's author plus 70 years, or 2) 95 years from publication for works published Either way, the song's copyright protection won't run out until either 2058 or 2103, based on the author dying at 70. ( Full Answer )
You must have a hand reared bird because it sees you as its flock mate & like all flocking birds when one leaves they all leave. When you leave the room your bird wants to join you, it can't, so it starts to try to locate you using its personal call. As a human you interpret its echo locating call… as a screeching. In fact it a very subtle and unique to it call. All the time it can't see you, he will use this call expecting you to answer back. Its the human equivalent of "Where are you!". I would suggest developing a call of your own. use it whenever it uses the "Where are you call" even if you are not in the room. It may pacify the bird to let it know you have not left the house and are just round the corner. ( Full Answer )
they are both agile birds they both have bright, attractive colours they both have one "G" in their names they can both fly they both have the same short tails
Flamingos move at moderate rates. When they run, they don't run far, as soon as they've taken a few steps, they take off in flight. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_fast_does_a_flamingo_run
Cactus wrens are found in deserts as well as egrets which arecommon in parts of the Chihuahuan Desert.
The feet of running birds have two toes and are similar to hooves, which makes them different from the feet of other birds.
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