Avifauna: The birds of a particular region, habitat, or geological period. (Ú©Ø³Û Ø§ÛÚ© Ø®Ø·Û Ú©Û Ù¾Ø±ÙØ¯Û)
Birdwatch: The practice of observing birds in their natural environment as a hobby.
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Chick: A chick is a baby chicken. Some other baby birds are also called chicks. (ÚÚÛØ§ Ú©Ø§ Ø¨ÚÛ)
Chicken: A chicken is a farm animal. (ÙØ§Ø±Ù Ú©Û Ù Ø±ØºÛ)
Claw: A claw is a hard, sharp, curved nail on the feet of some animals. Bears, cats, birds, dinosaurs, and many other animals have claws. (Ù¾ÙØ¬Û)
Cuckoo: Cuckoos are birds whose call sounds like coo-coo. (Ú©ÙØ¦Ù)
Eagle: The eagle is a large bird of prey. It has a hooked bill and sharp talons. (Ø¹ÙØ§Ø¨)
Emu: The emu is a large Australian bird that cannot fly.(Ø¢Ø³Ù¹Ø±ÛÙÛØ§ Ú©Ø§ ÙÛ Ø§ÙÚÙÛ ÙØ§ÙØ§ Ù¾Ø±ÙØ¯Û)
Fowl: The fowl usually means domesticated birds kept for eating or producing eggs. (Ú¯Ú¾Ø±ÛÙÙ Ù Ø±ØºÛ)
Hawk: The hawk is a bird of prey, a raptor. (Ø´Ú©Ø±Û)
Hummingbird: Hummingbirds are tiny birds that drink flower nectar. They can hover in the air and even fly backwards. (Ø´Ú©Ø± Ø®ÙÙØ±Ø§)
Kiwi: The kiwi is a chicken-sized flightless bird from New Zealand. It is generally nocturnal (most active at night).
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Macaw: Parrots generally from rainforests of South America
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Ostrich: The ostrich is the largest bird. It can’t fly, but it runs very fast. (Ø´ØªØ± Ù Ø±Øº)
Ornithology: The scientific study of birds. (Ø¹ÙÙ Ø§ÙØ·ÛÙØ±)
Pelican: The pelican is fish-eating bird with a huge, pouched bill.
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Parakeet: Any of numerous small slender long-tailed parrots.
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Raptor: Any predatory bird.
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Rooster: An adult male chicken
Seabird: A bird that lives near the sea and gets its food from it.
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Seagull: (Ù Ø±ØºØ§Ø¨Û)
Sparrow: Small songbird found in homes. (Ú¯ÙØ±ÛÛ)
Toucan: The toucan is a rainforest bird that has a big, colorful beak.
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Vulture: The vulture is a big, bald-headed bird that eats dead animals. (Ú¯Ø¯Ú¾)
Woodpecker: A bird that can peck holes in Trees. (ÛØ¯ ÛØ¯)