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Blue jay

Blue jays can make many different sounds, and single sounds may vary a bit. Blue jays can learn to mimic human speech. Blue jays can also copy the callings of local hawks so well that it is sometimes difficult to tell which it is. Their voice is ...

                                               

Cowbird

Cowbirds are birds of the genus Molothrus. They are brood parasites, similar in life-style to the Cuckoo. The entire family Icteridae is limited to the New World. They lay their eggs in the nests of other birds. The birds whose nest is used by th ...

                                               

Mourning dove

The mourning dove is a member of the dove family. It has five subspecies. The number of mourning doves is about 475 million. They live in North America. Mourning doves are light grey and brown, and males and females look similar. The species most ...

                                               

Great horned owl

The Great horned owl is the largest owl in North America. It is sometimes called the hoot owl. This widespread bird of prey lives in mountains, grasslands, conifer forests, deserts, chapparals, and many other habitats in North and South America. ...

                                               

Greater roadrunner

The greater roadrunner is one of two species of the roadrunner. The lesser roadrunner is the other species. The greater roadrunner is also called the "ground cuckoo" and the "snake killer".

                                               

Barred owl

The barred owl grow 43 to 61 centimeters 17 to 21 in with a wingspan of 102 to 127 centimeters 40 to 50 in at full length. The average male weigh 630 grams 22 oz and female weigh 800 grams 28 oz. It has a round head with dark brown eyes while mos ...

                                               

Greater sage-grouse

The greater sage-grouse is the largest grouse in North America. It lives in the western half of the United States and the Alberta and Saskatchewan provinces. They are larger than a pheasant but smaller than a wild turkey. They belong to the Phasi ...

                                               

Scissor-tailed flycatcher

The scissor-tailed flycatcher, also known as the Texas bird-of-paradise and swallow-tailed flycatcher, is a type of bird that lives in North America, in the United States and Mexico. It eats insects. It is grey on top and light grey underneath wi ...

                                               

Wild turkey

The wild turkey is the name of the more common of the two species of turkey. This large bird is found across much of the United States and southern Canada. Wild turkeys prefer hardwood and mixed conifer-hardwood forests with scattered openings su ...

                                               

Bee-eater

The bee-eaters are a group of land birds in the family Meropidae. They live in the Old World and Australasia: Africa, Asia, Europe, Australia, and New Guinea. They have richly coloured plumage and slender bodies. They have long downturned bills a ...

                                               

Bird-of-paradise

The birds of paradise are songbirds of the family Paradisaeidae. They live in eastern Indonesia, Maluku, Papua New Guinea, Torres Strait Islands, and eastern Australia. Best known are the members of the genus Paradisaea, including the type specie ...

                                               

Bowerbird

Bowerbirds are the bird family Ptilonorhynchidae. The family has 20 species in eight genera. Bowerbirds are most known for their unique courtship behaviour. Males build a structure and decorate it with sticks and brightly coloured objects. The Vo ...

                                               

Cassowary

Cassowaries are a kind of large bird which cannot fly. They are part of a group of flightless birds called the ratites. The ostrich, emu, moa and small kiwi are other ratites. The cassowary lives in the tropical rainforests of New Guinea and nort ...

                                               

Honeyeater

A honeyeater is one of a large family of small to medium-sized birds which feed on nectar. They are most common in Australia and New Guinea, but are also found in New Zealand, the Pacific islands as far east as Samoa and Tonga, and the islands to ...

                                               

Maluridae

Maluridae is a family of small, insectivorous passerine birds endemic to Australia and New Guinea. Commonly known as wrens, they are unrelated to the true wrens of the Northern Hemisphere. The family includes 15 species of fairywren, 3 emu-wrens, ...

                                               

Rainbow lorikeet

The rainbow lorikeet is an Australasian parrot. This brightly colored parrot lives on the east coast of Australia, eastern Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, New Caledonia, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu. In Australia, it is common along the eastern seabo ...

                                               

Songbird

Songbirds are the main group of birds in the order Passeriformes. They are the suborder Passeri, sometimes called oscines. They are a genuine clade. There are about 4000 species of songbird. Their syrinx vocal organ is able to produce varied and ...

                                               

Twelve-wired bird-of-paradise

The twelve-wired bird-of-paradise is a medium-sized bird-of-paradise about 33cm-long. The male has a red iris, black shoulders and wings, a long black bill and rich yellow plumes along its sides and stomach. From the rear of these plumes come twe ...

                                               

Greater rhea

The greater rhea americana, is a flightless bird found in South America. The greater rhea is also known as grey, common rhea, or the American rhea. The species, first described by Carl Linnaeus in 1758, is found in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Par ...

                                               

Hoatzin

The hoatzin is a tropical bird found in swamps, river forests, and mangroves of the Amazon and the Orinoco delta in South America. They are the only bird which eats leaves as a main part of their diet. Their gut has special adaptations which help ...

                                               

Tropical kingbird

The tropical kingbird is a large tyrant flycatcher. This bird breeds from southern Arizona and the lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas in the United States through Central America, South America as far as south as central Argentina and western Peru, ...

                                               

Keel-billed Toucan

The keel-billed toucan, also known as sulfur-breasted toucan or rainbow-billed toucan, is a colorful Latin American member of the toucan family. It is the national bird of Belize. The Keel-billed toucan can be found from Southern Mexico to Venezu ...

                                               

Canberra International Airport

"Canberra Airport" redirects here. Canberra International Airport, known as Canberra Airport, is the airport for Australias capital city, Canberra, and the city of Queanbeyan, NSW. It is in North Canberra. Canberra Airport is the 8th busiest airp ...

                                               

Bankstown Bunker

The Bankstown Bunker was a top secret Royal Australian Air Force base that was used during the Second World War. During the war it was Australias main air defence base. It is no longer in use. The bunker is buried underneath a public park in the ...

                                               

Burrendong Dam

The Burrendong Dam is a major dam on the Macquarie River in New South Wales, Australia. It is upriver of Wellington in the central west region. It is an embankment style gated dam. The wall is filled with rock and has a clay core. The dam was bui ...

                                               

Gold Coast Art Centre

The Gold Coast Art Centre is a place on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. The Art Centre is home to many facilities including the Gold Coast City Art Gallery. The Art Centre holds events like weddings, Theatre, parties, corporate functions, ...

                                               

Batman Bridge

The Batman Bridge crosses the Tamar River in northern Tasmania, about 30 km north of Launceston. It was opened on 18 May 1968 by the Premier of Tasmania, Eric Reece. When it was built it was one of the first cable-stayed truss bridges in the worl ...

                                               

Red Bridge (Tasmania)

The Red Bridge in Tasmania crosses the Elizabeth River at Campbell Town. It was built between 1836 and 1838 by convicts using red clay bricks made on site. It has a solid stone base with sandstone piers and cappings. It is the oldest brick arch b ...

                                               

Richmond Bridge (Tasmania)

The Richmond Bridge is a historic bridge in Richmond, 25 km north of Hobart in Tasmania, Australia. It is the oldest bridge still in use in Australia.

                                               

Ross Bridge

Ross Bridge is an historic bridge in the town of Ross in central Tasmania, Australia, completed in July 1836. It crosses the Macquarie River. It replaced an earlier bridge built in 1822 made of uncemented stone piers, with a road surface of logs ...

                                               

Tasman Bridge

The Tasman Bridge is a five-lane bridge which crosses the Derwent River, near the central business district of Hobart, Tasmania. The bridge replaced a 1943 floating concrete bridge which had a liftable middle section to allow ships to pass throug ...

                                               

Ballarat Airport

The RAAF continued to use the airfield as its Radio School until 1961. The Shire of Ballarat took over the airport as a civil airport and kept many of the hangars and other structures. Most of the P Huts were sold by the Australian government. Th ...

                                               

Barwon Heads Airport

Barwon Heads Airport is a small airfield used only for light aircraft on the Bellarine Peninsula near the township of Barwon Heads, Victoria, Australia. It is mainly used for scenic tourist flights, private aircraft and flight training. The airpo ...

                                               

Healesville Sanctuary

Healesville Sanctuary, or the Sir Colin MacKenzie Fauna Park, is a zoo at Healesville in Victoria. It only keeps animals that come from Australia. It has a history of breeding Australian animals. In 1943 it became the first zoo to breed a platypu ...

                                               

Moorabbin Airport

Moorabbin Airport is an airport for light aircraft located in Mentone, Victoria, Australia. The airport is a suburb, with its own postcode 3194. The airport opened in December 1949. It was going to be called "Mentone" but this was too similar to ...

                                               

Festspielhaus Baden-Baden

The Festspielhaus Baden-Baden is Germanys largest opera house. It is the second largest opera house in Europe. It has 2.500 seats. The Festspielhaus Baden-Baden is in Baden-Baden at the place of the former railroad station. The historic station b ...

                                               

Lichtenstein Castle

Lichtenstein Castle is a castle near Honau in Swabian Alb, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. The castle is on a cliff. There has been a castle on this land since around 1200. It was destroyed two times. The first time was in the Reichskriegs War of 131 ...

                                               

Wodan Timbur Coaster

Wodan Timbur Coaster is a wooden roller coaster in Germany. It is in the Europa-Park in Rust, Baden-Wurttemberg. The coaster opened on March 31, 2012.

                                               

Bayreuth Festspielhaus

The Bayreuth Festspielhaus is an opera house in the town of Bayreuth, Germany. The German opera composer Richard Wagner got the opera house built so that his own music could be performed properly. He had lots of ideas about how opera should be pe ...

                                               

Erlasee Solar Park

The Erlasee Solar Park is in one of the sunniest regions of Germany. On the former wine-producing Erlasee estate near Arnstein in Bavaria, in southern Germany, SOLON has constructed what is currently the largest tracking photovoltaic solar power ...

                                               

Landsberg Prison

Landsberg Prison is a prison in the town of Landsberg am Lech in the southwest of the German state of Bavaria. It is about 45 kilometres west of Munich.

                                               

Regensburg Cathedral

The Regensburg Cathedral is dedicated to St. Peter. It is the most important church and landmark of the city of Regensburg, and the cathedral of the Catholic Diocese of Regensburg. The church is a very good example of Gothic architecture in south ...

                                               

Rhine-Main-Danube Canal

The Rhine-Main-Danube Canal is a canal that joins up the three rivers Rhine, Main and Danube so that boats can travel from one to the other. It is in Bavaria in the south of Germany. It goes from Bamberg, past Nuremberg, to Regensburg. It was fin ...

                                               

Berlin State Opera

The Berlin State Opera, known in Germany as Staatsoper Unter den Linden is a world famous German opera company. Its permanent home is the Opera House on the Unter den Linden boulevard in Berlin.

                                               

Berlin Zoological Garden

The Berlin Zoological Garden is the largest zoo in the world in acreage and in number of species. It holds the most comprehensive collection of species in the world. There were 19.000 plus individual animals in the zoo in 2013. The zoo opened in ...

                                               

Brandenburg Gate

The Brandenburg Gate is a structure in Berlin, Germany. It is the only remaining gate through which people used to enter Berlin. It was built between 1788 and 1791. It is located between the Platz des 18. Marz and the Pariser Platz. Nearby to the ...

                                               

French Cathedral, Berlin

Franzosischer Dom is the colloquial naming for the French Church of Friedrichstadt in Berlin on the Gendarmenmarkt across from the Deutscher Dom, formerly a church of German-speaking congregants. The first parts of the actual French Church were b ...

                                               

Kaiser Wilhelm Gedachtniskirche

The Kaiser Wilhelm Gedachtniskirche English: Emperor William Memorial Church is a ruined church in Berlin. It belongs to the Protestant Evangelical Church in Germany It is on the Breitscheidplatz, at the end of the Kurfurstendamm. The old church ...

                                               

Neue Wache

The Neue Wache is a building in central Berlin, the capital of Germany. It is located on the north side of the Unter den Linden. The Neue Wache was designed by the architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel, was built in 1816 and is a leading example of G ...

                                               

Reichstag (building)

The Reichstag building was designed as a home to the parliament of the German Empire. It was opened in 1894. The original buildings design was made by Paul Wallot. It was built on the site of an old palace in Berlin, Germany. The building was use ...

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