List of birds.
Birds in all shapes, colors and sizes. Birds that fly, birds that walk, birds that chirp, birds that talk.
A rooster is a male chicken. Roosters grow an impressive red comb on top of their heads and often have a big, decorative tail and other brightly coloured feathers. A female chicken is called a hen. Only hens lay eggs. Roosters crow when the sun rises.
Seagulls are very common birds that live near the sea. They have webbed feet so they can paddle in water. Gulls catch and eat fish and will also scavenge for dead fish and trash people have thrown away.
Seagulls are very common on rubbish dumps and garbage tips.
Swallows are part of a large family of birds found all over the world, with the exception of Antarctica. They eat insects out of the air while they are flying around. There are many different kinds of swallows, with different habits. Many swallows have a distinctive forked tail.
Tawny frogmouths are birds very distantly related to owls. Owls usually hunt by flying around at night looking for food, but tawny frogmouths sit still on a perch waiting for food to come to them. They catch their prey with their beaks rather than their feet, and sometimes drop from their perch onto the prey on the ground.
Turkeys are eaten roasted on the Thanksgiving holiday.
You might also be interested in the country of Turkey.
The vulture is the common name for a large bird from two families of bird. Vultures don't hunt for food, they eat animals that are already dead. Vultures are found all over the world except Antarctica, Australia and its surrounding islands. Vultures are distinctive for having a bald head. They are related to the condor.