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Illustration of Acridotheres tristis (Common Myna), which is an invasive pest in South Africa, North America, the Middle East, Australia, New Zealand and many Pacific islands as it out-competes native hollow-nesting bird species

Acridotheres tristis (Common Myna)

Illustration of Acridotheres tristis (Common Myna), which is an invasive pest in South Africa, North America, the Middle East, Australia, New Zealand and many Pacific islands as it out-competes native hollow-nesting bird species

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Acridotheres tristis (Common Myna)

A side view of a Nelson's Sparrow. Nelson's sparrow and the saltmarsh sparrow were considered to be a single species, the sharp-tailed sparrow; because of this it was briefly known as Nelson's sharp-tailed sparrow

Ammodramus nelsoni (Nelson's Sparrow)

A side view of a Nelson's Sparrow. Nelson's sparrow and the saltmarsh sparrow were considered to be a single species, the sharp-tailed sparrow; because of this it was briefly known as Nelson's sharp-tailed sparrow

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Ammodramus nelsoni (Nelson's Sparrow)

A waterbird species found in coastal northern Australia. The adult Magpie goose has black and white feathers, a long neck and a cranial knob (smaller in females). They also have orange legs with partly webbed feet, and a red beak with a white hook on the end which assists them in probing for food. The Northern Territory holds the largest populations and breeding areas of the Magpie goose with an estimated population of over 2 million individuals

Anseranas semipalmata (Magpie Goose) 2

A waterbird species found in coastal northern Australia. The adult Magpie goose has black and white feathers, a long neck and a cranial knob (smaller in females). They also have orange legs with partly webbed feet, and a red beak with a white hook on the end which assists them in probing for food. The Northern Territory holds the largest populations and breeding areas of the Magpie goose with an estimated population of over 2 million individuals

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Anseranas semipalmata (Magpie Goose) 2

Illustration of bird box

Bird box

Illustration of bird box

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Bird box

Illustration of bird nest with eggs

Bird nest with eggs

Illustration of bird nest with eggs

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Bird nest with eggs

Illustration of dead bird

Dead bird

Illustration of dead bird

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Dead bird

Illustration of duck

Duck

Illustration of duck

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Duck

Bottom view illustration of a female Great Frigatebird. It is a large dispersive seabird in the frigatebird family. Major nesting populations are found in the Pacific and Indian Oceans, as well as a population in the South Atlantic

Fregata minor (Great Frigatebird)

Bottom view illustration of a female Great Frigatebird. It is a large dispersive seabird in the frigatebird family. Major nesting populations are found in the Pacific and Indian Oceans, as well as a population in the South Atlantic

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Fregata minor (Great Frigatebird)

Illustration of Gymnomyza samoensis (Ma'o Ma'o), which is endemic to Samoa and American Samoa. It is classified Endangered by the IUCN, most likely due to habitat loss, and the introduction of rats and other predators to the islands

Gymnomyza samoensis (Ma'o Ma'o)

Illustration of Gymnomyza samoensis (Ma'o Ma'o), which is endemic to Samoa and American Samoa. It is classified Endangered by the IUCN, most likely due to habitat loss, and the introduction of rats and other predators to the islands

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Gymnomyza samoensis (Ma'o Ma'o)

The Baltimore Oriole commonly occurs in eastern North America as a migratory breeding bird. Smaller and more slender than an American Robin, Baltimore Orioles are medium-sized, sturdy-bodied songbirds with thick necks and long legs. Look for their long, thick-based, pointed bills, a hallmark of the blackbird family they belong to

Icterus galbula (Baltimore Oriole)

The Baltimore Oriole commonly occurs in eastern North America as a migratory breeding bird. Smaller and more slender than an American Robin, Baltimore Orioles are medium-sized, sturdy-bodied songbirds with thick necks and long legs. Look for their long, thick-based, pointed bills, a hallmark of the blackbird family they belong to

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Icterus galbula (Baltimore Oriole)

The wild turkey is the the same species as the domestic turkey, a large poultry bird that was domesticated by the indigenous peoples of Mesoamerica at least 2,000 years ago. Turkey meat is a popular form of poultry, and domestic turkeys are raised throughout temperate parts of the world as livestock

Meleagris gallopavo (Wild turkey)

The wild turkey is the the same species as the domestic turkey, a large poultry bird that was domesticated by the indigenous peoples of Mesoamerica at least 2,000 years ago. Turkey meat is a popular form of poultry, and domestic turkeys are raised throughout temperate parts of the world as livestock

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Meleagris gallopavo (Wild turkey)

The Black-crowned Night Heron is found in wetland habitats used for foraging and terrestrial vegetation for cover. They nest in groups

Nycticorax nycticorax (Black-crowned Night Heron)

The Black-crowned Night Heron is found in wetland habitats used for foraging and terrestrial vegetation for cover. They nest in groups

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Nycticorax nycticorax (Black-crowned Night Heron)

Side view of a Painted Bunting with the right wing, and part of the stomach visible

Passerina ciris (Painted Bunting)

Side view of a Painted Bunting with the right wing, and part of the stomach visible

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Passerina ciris (Painted Bunting)

The American flamingo is found in tropical wetlands. A migratory shallow water bird that gets its distinctive color from the pink crustaceans it feeds on. It also consumes algae.

Phoenicopterus ruber (American Flamingo) 1

The American flamingo is found in tropical wetlands. A migratory shallow water bird that gets its distinctive color from the pink crustaceans it feeds on. It also consumes algae.

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Phoenicopterus ruber (American Flamingo) 1

The American flamingo is found in tropical wetlands. A migratory shallow water bird that gets its distinctive color from the pink crustaceans it feeds on. It also consumes algae.

Phoenicopterus ruber (American Flamingo) 2

The American flamingo is found in tropical wetlands. A migratory shallow water bird that gets its distinctive color from the pink crustaceans it feeds on. It also consumes algae.

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Phoenicopterus ruber (American Flamingo) 2

The American flamingo is found in tropical wetlands. A migratory shallow water bird that gets its distinctive color from the pink crustaceans it feeds on. It also consumes algae.

Phoenicopterus ruber (American Flamingo) 3

The American flamingo is found in tropical wetlands. A migratory shallow water bird that gets its distinctive color from the pink crustaceans it feeds on. It also consumes algae.

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Phoenicopterus ruber (American Flamingo) 3

Illustration of a profile of the Downy Woodpecker (Picoides Pubescens)

Picoides pubescens (Downy Woodpecker)

Illustration of a profile of the Downy Woodpecker (Picoides Pubescens)

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Picoides pubescens (Downy Woodpecker)

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