10 birds name, birds name list

10 birds name, birds name list






The bodies of birds, which are a species of animals, are covered with feathers, they are warm-blooded animals and reproduce with eggs. The plumage of the birds is light and strong, it also protects the birds from the cold and the birds comb their feathers by combing them. Birds are beaked, winged and vertebrate animals, but their beak has no teeth.

The most crowded bird species in the world are tetrapod vertebrates living with more than 8000 species. The first known bird species is Archeopteryx, which lived 150 million years ago. Today, there are around 10000 bird species including land and aquatic.

Here are 10 Bird Name;

  1. Crow
  2. Peacock
  3. Dove
  4. Sparrow
  5. Goose
  6. Ostrich
  7. Pigeon
  8. Turkey
  9. Hawk
  10. Bald eagle





Scientific Names of Animals, Animals Names Vocabulary

Farm Animals Names, Definition and Examples

Domestic Animals Names, Definition and Examples

Wild Animals, Definition and Examples

Here are more much more;

Raven
Parrot
Flamingo
Seagull
Swallow
Blackbird
Penguin
Robin
Swan
Owl
Stork
Woodpecker
Duck
Eagle
Canary
Vulture
Rooster
Herring Gull
Barn owl
Pelican
Quail
Cormorant
Hen
Goldfinch
Toucan
Jay
Weaver-bird
Crane
Heron
Myna
Falcon
Kite
Blue jay




Peacock

When I went to the zoo with my father last summer, I met a bird species with colorful big feathers, its name is peacock.

Eagle

Eagles are carnivorous animals, while the lion is the king of the forests and the eagle is known as the king of birds.

Swan

Swans are the most elegant bird species I know, especially the white ones.

Woodpecker

When we were young, we saw woodpeckers in a very funny cartoon that we watched with my brother.

Canary

Today is my birthday and my father bought me a yellow canary as a birthday present and I was very happy when I saw that bird.

Owl

Owls are animals with sharp eyes that appear at night.

Duck

This week, we went to the whole family picnic, the ducks were swimming in the water and making a sound like ‘Vak Vak’.

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