" A genus of insessorial birds many of which are remarkable for the beauty of their plumage. They have a longish bill, an extensible tongue, and feed upon insects, soft fruits, and the saccharine juices of plants." -Marshall

Promerops Superba Bird

" A genus of insessorial birds many of which are remarkable for the beauty of their plumage. They have…

A large running bird native to New Guinea and northeastern Australia. A relative of the ostrich.

Cassowary

A large running bird native to New Guinea and northeastern Australia. A relative of the ostrich.

This small bird is native to Java, Sumatra, and New Guinea. It is noted for its large bill.

Java Eurylame

This small bird is native to Java, Sumatra, and New Guinea. It is noted for its large bill.

Native to New Guinea, the pie of paradise is renowned for its brilliant plumage.

Paradise Pie

Native to New Guinea, the pie of paradise is renowned for its brilliant plumage.

Found in New Guinea, the grand promerops is renowned for its beautiful plumage.

Grand Promerops

Found in New Guinea, the grand promerops is renowned for its beautiful plumage.