20 Birds Name List, Birds Names in English! Do you like birds? I do! There are so many different kinds of birds, with beautiful feathers and amazing songs. In this blog post, we will learn 20 different English bird names. Are you ready to learn about these wonderful creatures?
Bird are the animals in the class Aves. This class contains more than 10,000 different species of birds.
The scientific name for a bird is “avian.”
Birds are air-breathing, warm-blooded animals that have feathers and lay eggs. They are found all over the world, from the freezing tundra to the sweltering tropics.
Birds can be divided into two groups: land birds and water birds. Land birds live mostly on land, while water birds live mostly in or near water.
There are many different types of birds, and here are 20 of the most common ones:
It is a small, brown bird with a short tail. Sparrows are found in almost every part of the world.
A finch is a small, brightly-colored bird. Finches are found in woods and gardens. They eat insects and seeds.
Crows are large, black birds. They live in fields and forests. Crows eat insects, rodents, and carrion (dead animals).
Eagles are large birds of prey (birds that hunt other animals for food). Eagles have sharp claws and beaks. They live in mountains and forests.
Ospreys are large birds of prey that live near water. Ospreys have sharp claws and beaks. They eat fish.
Hawks are medium-sized birds of prey. Hawks have sharp claws and beaks. They live in woods and fields. Hawks eat rodents and insects.
Falcons are small birds of prey. Falcons have sharp claws and beaks. They live in open country (areas with no trees). Falcons eat small animals such as rodents and birds.
Owls are large, nocturnal (active at night) birds of prey. Owls have sharp claws and beaks. They live in woods and forests. Owls eat rodents, birds, and insects.
Parrots are brightly-colored birds that live in tropical areas. Parrots eat fruit, seeds, and nuts.
Pelicans are large, water birds. Pelicans have a pouch under their beak that they use to catch fish. They live in lakes, rivers, and the ocean.
Seagulls are medium-sized white birds that live near the coast. Seagulls eat fish and other sea creatures.
Gulls are medium-sized white birds that live near the coast. Gulls eat fish and other sea creatures.
Swan is a large, white water bird. Swans live in lakes and rivers. They eat aquatic plants.
Herons are large, wading birds. Herons have a long neck and sharp beak. They live in marshes, swamps, and other wet areas. Herons eat fish, frogs, and crustaceans (a type of marine animal).
Ibis is a large, white water bird. Ibis live in wetlands. They eat insects and small animals.
Loons are large, water birds that live in the Northern Hemisphere. Loons have a wide wingspan. They eat fish and other aquatic creatures.
Cranes are large, tall birds. Cranes live in open areas such as fields, marshes, and swamps. They eat insects, rodents, and small animals.
Ducks are medium-sized water birds. Ducks have webbed feet that help them swim. They live near water and eat aquatic plants and creatures.
Geese are large water birds. Geese have webbed feet that help them swim. They live near water and eat aquatic plants and creatures.
Pigeons are small, plump birds. Pigeons live in cities and towns. They eat seeds, fruits, and nuts.
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