Bird Adaptations

Bird Adaptations
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  • Bald eagles live near rivers, lakes, and marshes where they can find fish, their staple food. 
  • Eagles mate for life, choosing the tops of large trees to build nests, which they typically use and enlarge each year. Nests may reach 10 feet across and weigh a half ton.
  •  I am a bald eagle and my food source is waterfowl, turtles, rabbits, snakes, and other small animals and carrion.
  • Most wild parrots live in warm areas of the Southern Hemisphere, can also be found in many other regions of the world, such as northern Mexico. Australia, South America and Central America. Parrots are like most other birds and lay eggs in a nest. Some species lay their eggs in tree holes, ground tunnels, rock cavities and termite mounds. Parrots typically lay two to eight eggs at one time.
  • I am a tropical parrot and love to eat both meat and vegetation. Most parrots like me eat a diet that contains nuts, flowers, fruit, buds, seeds and insects.
  • Robins can be found on lawns, fields, and city parks, as well as in more wild places like woodlands, forests, mountains up to near treeline, recently burned forests, and tundra.
  • I am an American robin and I love to eat earthworms, mainly in Spring or Summer.  I also eat insects and some snails, and an enormous variety of fruits.
  • Female robins choose the nest sites, which are typically on one or several horizontal branches hidden in or just below a layer of dense leaves.Females build the nest from the inside out, pressing dead grass and twigs into a cup shape using the wrist of one wing.
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