Cinereous VulturesName: Aegypius monachus
Fact: Cinereous vultures build a huge nest, as large as 8 feet wide and 7 feet deep, where they then lay 1 egg.
Red-Billed Blue MagpieName: Urocissa Erythrorhyncha
Fact: This species excels at vocal mimicry, and its calls are varied, but the most usual are a grating rattle and a high pitched whistle.
Golden PheasantName: Chrysolophus Pictus
Fact: Chinese golden pheasants have been domesticated since 1740.
Scarlet IbisName: Eudocimus ruber
Fact: As with flamingos, the color of a scarlet ibis’ feathers can vary based on its diet. The pink, orange or red coloration comes from carotene pigments in the algae and crustaceans they eat.
Caloenas NicobaricaName: Caloenas Nicobarica
Fact: Nicobar pigeons are very nomadic, often commuting to larger islands to feed during the day. However, they typically roost and breed on islands where there are no predators or humans.
Florida Sandhill CraneName: Grus Canadensis Pratensis
Fact: Sandhill cranes perform dancing displays that involve wing flapping, bowing and jumping and sometimes even the tossing of plants and sticks into the air.
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