Frigatebirds in Florida (Everything You Need To Know)

Frigatebirds in Florida (Everything You Need To Know)

The frigatebird, a big tropical seabird with broad wings and forked tails, is also referred to as a “man of war bird.” The sight of soaring frigatebirds is a great reason to take a stroll along the beach in the southern United States, Mexico, or the Caribbean. They typically take off in the afternoon, when … Read more

How Fast Can an Ostrich Run? Surprising Facts

How Fast Can an Ostrich Run? Surprising Facts

The Common ostrich is the biggest, heaviest bird on the planet. These gigantic birds can arrive at a stunning 150kg and 2.8m in stature. Ostriches can’t fly – they are basically excessively enormous and weighty. To get from A to B, ostriches depend on their strong legs, however, their wings really do likewise have a … Read more

Yellow Birds in Texas – Identification Guide

Yellow Birds in Texas - Identification Guide

Yellow birds may be seen all year in Texas, since some breed here in the summer as well as others migrate here during the winter. The most frequent year-round yellow birds in Texas are White-eyed Vireos, Western Meadowlarks, as well as Great Crested Flycatchers. This guide can help you identify yellow birds you’ve seen in … Read more

Hummingbirds New Jersey: Identification Guide

Hummingbirds New Jersey: Identification Guide

In New Jersey, there is only one major hummingbirds species: the Ruby-throated Hummingbird. However, 7 species have been identified in state bird records. Hummingbird species are classified as resident, seasonal, or rare in each state, according to avibase and the New Jersey Ornithological Society. Each group of hummingbirds in New Jersey includes the following species: … Read more

Hoopoe Bird (Upupa epops) – Fun Facts with Pictures

Hoopoe Bird (Upupa epops) - Fun Facts with Pictures

The Hoopoe Bird (Upupa epops) is a species of bird which is seen mostly in Africa, South Europe and Asia but scarcely in the United Kingdom. Their populations are stable and they are not under any threat at the moment according to IUCN’s red list of endangered species. They have been observed to sing at … Read more

Cormorant Bird – Interesting Facts And Pictures

Cormorant Bird - Interesting Facts And Pictures

Except in two continents named Antarctica and South America you can spot the largest cormorant which is known as the Great Cormorant (Phalacrocorax carbo) throughout the world. Other names: Great Cormorant Scientific Name : Phalacrocoracidae Family:  Cormorants and shags Length: 80cm to 100cm Wingspan: 130cm to 160cm Weight: 210g to 250g What does a Cormorant … Read more

Lesser Spotted Woodpecker – Fact and Pictures

Lesser Spotted Woodpecker - Fact and Pictures

Lesser spotted woodpeckers are divided into eleven different subspecies. They cover a large territory that stretches from Europe to Northern China, passing via central and southern Russia. This profile is just for the UK-based subspecies of Dryobates minor comminutus (still referred to as Dendrocopos minor by certain authorities). The British Lesser Spotted Woodpecker is another … Read more