Most Beautiful Birds in the World

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Most Beautiful Birds In The World

Everyone, loves the birds because they are too beautiful.

They spread love everywhere.

Here we are going to know about the top most beautiful birds in the world

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1. Hyacinth Macaw

Hyacinth Macaw bird in Brazil forest

With a size of 3.3 feet, the largest species seen in the world is also the most beautiful bird.

You definitely recognize it as you saw in the movie Rio.

The Hyacinth Macaw has deep blue tones and is native to Brazil.

It also has an attractive yellow ring around its eyes which adds to its eye-catching appeal.

Unfortunately its numbers have decreased significantly due to poaching and loss of habitat.

Nowadays, there are only about 5,000 of these animals left in the world.

But despite being a wild bird, it’s not bad news.

It can make an excellent pet with the right training.

Of course you should give them space to move around and dance freely.

2. Green Headed Tanager

Green Headed Tanager bird in Brazil forest

If you want to see this beautiful dude you have to keep quiet, just don’t scare him.

The green-headed tanager is a beauty just 5.3 inches long with a wingspan that looks neon.

Do you think it glows in the dark? Tell us in the comment.

Its body is a mixture of turquoise blue, green, yellow and black that matches perfectly like the flag of Brazil, it’s country of its origin.

You have to keep an eye out if you want to recognize them.

Since, the color of their plumage allows them to hide among green and leafy trees.

If there was a fashion show in the animal kingdom, this winged creature would be the role model.

3. Keel Billed Toucan

Keel Billed Toucan bird in American Forest

If you thought all toucans look the same then the keel build toucan will prove you wrong.

Obviously, like any other toucan this buddy has a large beak, but it’s different from others since it is a rainbow of colors.

This animal is also known as the royal toucan and you just need to see it to understand why.

Check those colors there’s green, light blue, and red that gracefully blends together.

Besides the rest of its plumage doesn’t fall behind.

Before reaching the deep black on the rest of its body, it shows a bright yellow and has light blue feet.

The nest of the keel build toucan is usually-located 19.6 feet high.

The female can lay between one and four eggs.

Ironically this toucan never uses its nest to roost but rather uses natural or woodpecker created holes in central and south American forests.

This animal grows up to 7.8 inches long which makes it the smallest of all toucans.

It’s definitely a bird born with style.

4. Victoria Crowned Pigeon

Victoria Crowned Pigeon in a cage

I know you think you’ve seen this before, but this bird is not part of the world of Pokemon.

It was named after Queen Victoria of Great Britain.

Mainly because the feathers on its head make it look like it’s wearing a crown.

It measures about 30 inches long and lives only in the swamps of northern New Guinea.

This bird species is very rare and can lay only one egg at a time which lays eggs within 30 days.

Sadly, these beautiful pigeons are disappearing from their natural habitat. They are being crowned with the largest population in captivity.

With that beautiful and blue plumage, you’d obviously mistake it for a legendary Pokemon, should you catch it.

5. Himalayan Monal

Himalayan Monal in Himayas

You will find Himalayan Monel in the cold mountains and forests of the distant Himalayas.

It is one of the most beautiful pheasants in the animal kingdom.

It grows to about 29 inches tall and has no problem breeding in captivity.

Although it seems very vulnerable, this mate can withstand harsh snow conditions to capture invertebrate prey.

With wings painted in a bright and neon blue, this deep black pheasant looks like a gentleman in a suit.

Don’t you think?

6. Indian Peafowl

Indian Peafowl in a forest

It may be the icon of beauty in the bird kingdom.

At first glance, it looks like a small turkey of gorgeous colors that you wouldn’t eat for thanksgiving.

But then its feathers reveal a masterpiece you’ll never get tired of seeing.

Its beauty is so admired that India chose it as its national bird.

The Indian peafowl can grow up to five feet long and has a beautiful flight.

Those hypnotic feathers that seem to make you look with one eye make up 60% of its body.

Everything else is a beautiful green and blue mix that undoubtedly dazzles the beholder of it.

7. Flamingo

love birds Flamingo

It’s no mistake that plastic flamingo ornaments adorn many homes.

After all, this bird has always been a symbol of beauty and elegance since its discovery.

They are very tall creatures with an average height of five feet.

This feathered friend lives in large flocks with thousands of others.

Plus, their incredible pink and red plumage makes them unique in the world.

To maintain that shape the flamingo has a diet that includes brine, shrimp, plankton and green algae.

A parrot or macaw, although not living as much as a flamingo, can live quite a long time, with an average lifespan of 25 to 30 years in the wild.

However, some species of flamingo live up to 50 years in zoos where they receive spa-worthy care.
Its neck is quite long and unique.


So, there are the top most beautiful birds in the world.

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