The beak. If it's sharp and curved it is a bird that eats
Australian Bird Study Association was created in 1962.
Salient feature means "characteristic". Or you may interpret it as "notable feature". e.g. The most salient feature of a bird is its wings.
That depends on the bird species you are looking at. With penguins, this would be their wings, while with ducks, this would be their webbed feet.
A person who studies bird is a ornithologist
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Oology is the study of eggs, nests and bird behaviour.
A Study of Bird Life - 1913 was released on: USA: 1 August 1913
The shape of the wings.
There is no bird on the New Zealand flag. However, many banners and the flags of organisations associated with the country feature the kiwi, a native indigenous bird.
i believe its ornithology
Then someone would have to write "Bird, bird, bird - bird ain't the word."
Ethology is the study of animal behavior under natural conditions. An example of ethology would be beak movements in bird species.
From what I have been able to find online, bird incubators are hotter than reptile incubators and the egg turning feature of the bird incubators can kill reptiles.
everything including bascketball
Ornithology is the study of birds.