Scientific name: podargus strigoides
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. Tawny Frogmouths hunt at night and spend the day sitting on a dead log or tree branch. They camouflage very well. They sit very still, and look just like a piece of dead tree branch.
Toucans are a family of birds from the semi-tropical areas of the Caribbean, South America, and southern Mexico. They range in size from about 1 foot (30cm) to 2 foot (60cm) long. Toucans have an extremely large bill, which they use for eating fruit.
Scientific name: meleagris gallopavo
Turkeys are a large bird originally from the forests of North America. They are usually kept on farms and bred for their meat. Turkeys are eaten roasted on the Thanksgiving holiday. You might also be interested in the country of Turkey.