The Earth is home to thousands of species of birds. This fact-filled coloring book introduces 30 of the most fascinating. From the Andean condor, with its wingspan of nearly eleven feet, to the tiny bee hummingbird, weighing in at less than an ounce, these remarkable birds come in all sizes and colors. Nature artist Ruth Soffer provides accurate, ready-to-color images of the roadrunner, the great hornbill, the emperor penguin, the blue-footed booby, the Raggiana bird of paradise, the European bee-eater, and other intriguing feathered creatures.
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Andean condor animals attract a mate beak beautiful birds bee hummingbird bee-eater bill bird of prey black legs black spot blue feet blue-footed booby body feathers Breeding males bright blue Brown pelicans catch fish chin colored cormorant crest crown dive Ē Ģ Ģ eight emperor penguin European cuckoo feed glossy black gray-brown grayish harpy eagle hatch head and neck hoatzin hoopoe Hornbills inches long insects Kelā kingfisher largest bird legs and feet Lilac-breasted roller live males and females Mandarin ducks middle of Africa nest North Africa northern mockingbird orange Ostriches pale gray pale yellow peregrine pinkish pinkish-brown pouch Raggiana Red-and-yellow barbet river roadrunner ruff seven-foot wingspan skin snake South America splotch Squid streak stripe swallow the fish tail feathers teal throat and breast underside white patch white throat white wing wings and tail yellow eyes