Articles related to animals and birds
Wildlife - Animals and Birds of Australia and New Zealand
Here's a variety of Australian and New Zealand animals and birds.
Facts About Birds - The Animal Encyclopedia - Animals and Wildlife
Birds are one of the six basic groups of animals. Birds, best known for their ability to fly, are unmatched in their command of the skies. Albatrosses glide long ...
Birds - Animals and Wildlife - About.com
Birds are a group of vertebrates that includes about 30 groups such as albatrosses, gamebirds, herons, hummingbirds, owls, parrots, penguins, perching birds, ...
Birds - Aves - The Animal Encyclopedia - Animals and Wildlife
Birds (Aves) are a group of vertebrates that have wings, feathers, hollow bones and numerous other adaptations for an aerial lifestyle. Birds are classified into ...
Bird Characteristics - Animals and Wildlife - About.com
Birds are unmatched in their command of the skies. Albatrosses glide long distances over the open sea, hummingbirds hover motionless in mid-air, and eagles ...
What Do Birds of Prey Eat? - Raptor Food - Birding and Wild Birds
Descriptions and examples of the varied diet of birds of prey, including which species of raptors eat specific animals. Also includes tips for protecting backyard ...
The Basic Bird Groups - Guide to Animal Classification
An introduction to the 30 basic groups of birds including birds of prey, buttonquails, gamebirds, herons, hummingbirds, owls, rheas, and many others.
Endangered Birds in the News - Animals and Wildlife - About.com
Twelve percent of the world's bird species are threatened with extinction. These stories detail how species are faring in the face of challenges.
Animal Migration - Understanding Animal Migration
Migration, like flight, is a phenomenon not limited to birds. In general, migration is the annual movement of animals between their breeding grounds and ...
Animal Facts - Animals and Wildlife - About.com
Learn interesting facts about animals, a group of living organisms that includes amphibians, birds, fishes, invertebrates, mammals and reptiles. There are ...