Mother Nature has given us lots of fascinating and amazing plant and animal species. Although we don’t see and use them everyday, each of them plays a vital role in our lives. Not only do they keep the balance in the ecosystem, they also make the world a beautiful place to live in. Among all the living species, the birds are listed among the most beautiful. Regardless if it is their colors that make them so adorable, here are twenty of the world’s most beautiful bird species:
1. Green Wing Macaw Parro
Often found in forests and green lands, the Green Wing Macaw Parro is a lovely parrot that is known for its yellow-bared eyes.
2. Stork-billed Kingfisher
The Stork-billed Kingfisher is native to the forests and tropical lands of South Asia, particularly in Sri Lanka and India. Its appearance is captivating enough to keep the bird-watchers intact.
Commonlu known as the Peacock or Pavo, the Peafowl is a large yet beautiful bird that belongs to the pheasant family. It is famed for its distinctive shades and colors.
4. Painted Bunting
The Painted Bunting is a male bird, native to North America. It is easily recognized for its green back, blue head, and orange body.
5. Keel-billed Toucans
The Keel-billed Toucan is the national bird of Belize. It has red feathers at the tip of its tail and blue feet.
6. Rainbow Lorikeet
Commonly found in the American, Austrian, and Australian regions, the Rainbow Lorikeet is known for its colorful body and dazzling eyes.
7. Northern Oriole
The Northern Oriole is a small-sized bird that weighs around 35 grams. Its charming appearance is contributed to its s bright and vivid colors.
Though they are seen in parks and zoos, Flamingos are actually beautiful birds commonly found in the Western and Southern Hemispheres.
9. Hyacinth Macaw
The Hyacinth Macaw is a native to America and some parts of Africa. Its weight varies from 2 to 3 kilograms. When sold in the United States, its price reaches $1,000 or more.
10. Golden Pheasant
The Golden Pheasant is an Asian bird famed for its unique colors. It is common in the forests and mountains of Western China.
The Quetzel is a bird that resides in the mountains and tropical forests of Central America. It is known to feed on insects, fruits, lizards, and some other smaller critters in the wild.
The Hoopoe bird is famed for the wonderful arrangement of feathers on its head that resembles a crown. This winged animal is already listed as an extinct species.
13. Bali Bird of Paradise
The Birds of Paradise are commonly seen in films. This is because they dwell in the inaccessible parts of the rainforest, making it hard to capture them.
14. Atlantic Puffin
The Atlantic Puffin is a bird species that feeds on some marine creatures like squid and crustaceans. It is best known for its bright colored bill.
15. Northern Cardinal
For many, the fiery red feathers of the Northern Cardinal is simply captivating.
16. African Crowned Crane
The African Crowned Crane is among the loveliest birds in the savannah of Africa. Although they are often seen in the southern part of the Sahara desert, they prefer to live in a habitat that is cool and wet.
17. Bohemian Waxwing
Due to its gray plumage, the beauty of the Bohemian Waxwing is almost invisible. But, due to the variation in its body color, this bird looks slightly comical.
18. Blue Jay
The Blue Jays are often seen in the woods. They are known to be bullies to other smaller birds, chasing them through the trees.
19. Broad-Billed Hummingbird
The Broad-Billed Hummingbird is an intriguing bird with an shiny blue color that spans from its throat to the belly.
20. Dusky Lory
The Dusky Lory is endemic to Papua New Guinea and Indonesia. Compared to other parrots, it has a greater talking potential.