132 illustrations of birds including: hammer, harpy, harrier, hawk, heron, hoopoe, house-martin, humming bird, ibijau, ibis, and indigo bird

Ibises are a group of long-legged ading birds. They all have long downcurved bills, and usually feed as a group, probing mud for food items.

Ibis

Ibises are a group of long-legged ading birds. They all have long downcurved bills, and usually feed…

A group of long-legged wading birds. They have long downcurved bills, and usually feed as a group, probing mud for food items, usually crustaceans.

Ibis

A group of long-legged wading birds. They have long downcurved bills, and usually feed as a group, probing…

A bird whose plumage is mor eor less metallic and iridescent.

Glossy Ibis

A bird whose plumage is mor eor less metallic and iridescent.

Wading birds with long, slender bills found in warmer climates of both hemispheres. The Sacred ibis of the ancient Egyptians is white in color with long glossy, black plumes on the wings.

Sacred Ibis

Wading birds with long, slender bills found in warmer climates of both hemispheres. The Sacred ibis…

Wading birds with long, slender bills found in warmer climates of both hemispheres. The Sacred ibis of the ancient Egyptians is white in color with long glossy, black plumes on the wings.

Sacred Ibis

Wading birds with long, slender bills found in warmer climates of both hemispheres. The Sacred ibis…

Found throughout Africa, the sacred (or white) ibis was revered by the ancient Egyptians.

Sacred Ibis

Found throughout Africa, the sacred (or white) ibis was revered by the ancient Egyptians.

"Tantalops loculator. American Wood Stork. Wood Ibis. Colorado Turkey. Plumage white, the wing-quills, primary coverts, alula, and tail, glossy black. The bald head livid bluish and yellowish. Bill dingy yellowish. Legs blue, becoming blackish on the toe, the webs tinged with yellow. Iris dark brown." Elliot Coues, 1884

Wood Ibis

"Tantalops loculator. American Wood Stork. Wood Ibis. Colorado Turkey. Plumage white, the wing-quills,…

"Passerina cyanea. Indigo Painted Finch. Indigo-bird. Adult male: Indigo-blue, intense and constant on the head, glancing greenish with different lights on other parts; wings and tail blackish, glossed with greenish-blue; feathers around base of the bill black; bill dark above, rather paler below, with a curious black stripe along the gonys. Female: Above , plain warm brown, below whitey-brown, obsoletely streaky on the breast and sides; wing-coverts and inner quills pale-edged, but not whitish; no whitish wing-bars; upper mandible blackish, lower pale, with the black stripe just mentioned, - this is pretty constant feature, and will distinguish the species from any of our Eastern little brown birds." Elliot Coues, 1884

Indigo-bird

"Passerina cyanea. Indigo Painted Finch. Indigo-bird. Adult male: Indigo-blue, intense and constant…

The Indigobirds and whydahs, are small passerine birds native to Africa. Some species are also known as widowbirds. These are finch-like species which usually have black or indigo predominating in their plumage. The birds named as "whydahs" have long or very long tails.

Indigobird (Female)

The Indigobirds and whydahs, are small passerine birds native to Africa. Some species are also known…

The Indigobirds and whydahs, are small passerine birds native to Africa. Some species are also known as widowbirds. These are finch-like species which usually have black or indigo predominating in their plumage. The birds named as "whydahs" have long or very long tails.

Indigobird (Male)

The Indigobirds and whydahs, are small passerine birds native to Africa. Some species are also known…

An illustration of a mother hen and her baby chicks eating grain out of a bowl.

Mother Hen & Baby Chicks

An illustration of a mother hen and her baby chicks eating grain out of a bowl.

A rat in a hawk's talons.

Hawk and Rat

A rat in a hawk's talons.