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Introducing the Birdorable Red Junglefowl: The Ancestor of the Domestic Chicken

Today’s new Birdorable is one of four species of junglefowl in the world. It’s the Red Junglefowl, and the 750th bird species on Birdorable! The Red Junglefowl is an exotic tropical species with a familiar look, due to it being a primary ancestor of...

Introducing the Birdorable King Penguin: Nature's Royalty in Black and White

Today’s new Birdorable is our third “king” before Christmas. Here is our cute cartoon King Penguin! The King Penguin is a very large species of penguin, smaller only than the Emperor Penguin. Adult birds can be recognized by their black and white body...

Just like the White-winged Dove

The White-winged Dove, a captivating bird species, might ring a bell for fans of Stevie Nicks's iconic 1981 song, "Edge of Seventeen" A memorable part of the song features backup singers echoing "ooohh baby ooohh," a call that strikingly resembles the distinct coo of the White-winged...

Wilson's Phalarope: From North American Breeder to South American Winterer

Today Birdorable welcomes another bird named after the ornithologist Alexander Wilson to Birdorable, following Wilson's Warbler and Wilson's Plover. Today Wilson's Phalarope joins our flock!Wilson's Phalaropes are the largest of all three of the world's phalarope species (the...