List of Unique Birds with Snazzy Hairdo

Birds are a beautiful creature. If I am a kind of animal, then, I will be jealous over them. It is always their feathering beauty that simply makes them stylish. Their availability in a huge range of colors along with different kind of forms and textures has led them to have amazingly pretty hairdo. These following beautiful birds are the examples of how delicate feathers can simply make them having jaw-dropping tresses.

  1. Victoria Crowned Pigeon

Victoria Crowned Pigeon

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This largest species of the pigeon is named after the British Monarch Queen Victoria because of its regal looks. It has a lacey blue crest that look exactly like it wears a crown above its noggin. It has greyish feather with a hint of scarlet both on its chest and eyes. It is typically a ground-dwelling pigeon even though it can fly to branches when it feels intimidated. The Crown Victoria Pigeon is originally native to the New Guinea territories. In addition to that, there are less than 7000 individuals Victoria Crown Pigeon found in its indigenous habitat.

 

  1. Grey Crowned Crane

Grey Crowned Crane

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The Grey Crowned Crane is believed to be the ancestral members of Gruidae. It is considered a large bird with a wingspan length up to 2 meters. The inevitably snazzy hairdo it features is the golden stiff crown-like feather in its head. Quite a remark too, is the inflatable red throat pouch that makes it distinctly recognizable. It has tall slender legs that are used for its balance and do some sort of habitual behavior including dancing, bowing, and jumping.

 

  1. Great Curassow

Great Curassow

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This largest species among the Cracidsis noted for its curly crests. Dominated by black, both male and females of the Great Curassows share some similarities. One of those is the amazing faintly vermiculated tails that show another adorable feathering features. One thing to be put in mind is, the Great Curassow can show some unwilling temperament towards the human. They tend to show their aggressive side by biting people who try to approach their territories.

 

  1. Eurasian Hoopoe

Eurasian Hoopoe

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When it comes to the snazzy bird hairdo, the Eurasian Hoopoe is number one to be badged cool.  No one could resist the charms of its black-tipped Mohawk! The rock stars among the Aviary that have a one-seasoned faithful monogamous tendency. The Hoopoes are famous for its ability to modify their plumage to be smell like a rotting meat by secreting their uropygial gland in order to keep their defenses.

 

  1. Polish Crested Chicken

Polish Crested Chicken

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Resembling messy layering hair that covers almost its entire head, the Polish Crested Chicken’s crest is undeniably unique. The crest covers its comb and earlobe. Not to forget that it also covers its visions. Its results on they get quiet untamed and usually get easy to be frightened.

 

  1. Crested Partridge

Crested Partridge

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This ground-dwelling fluffy red puff flaunts its beautiful crest and feather in the rain forest of Southeast Asia. Found almost in pairs, the Crested Partridge, the falling fruit, seed, or invertebrates in the ground floor of the dense forest. This beautiful birds is considered as Threatened Species for their indigenous habitat has been reported to be gradually deteriorated.

 

  1. Dalmatian Pelican

Dalmatian Pelican

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Measures 5 feet to 6 feet in length, with 68 to 80 centimeters wingspan, and the indisputable great beak, the Dalmatian Pelican is just huge! This bird is probably the largest flying bird that ever lives. It has silvery-white plumage all over its body with relatively short grey legs and pinkish facial patch. The younger Dalmatian Pelicans, in fact, tend to have grey plumage with the absence of the pinkish patch.

 

  1. The Royal Flycatcher

The Royal Flycatcher

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This name is usually used to indicate certain Amazonian birds. The plumed crest it possessed has made it adorned by people. In fact, the amazing crown-like feather on its head is the reason behind the added “royal” part of the name. This plumed crest is usually remained flat but can be opened as they are entering the breeding season or while they get themselves alerted by predators.

 

  1. The Ornate Hawk-Eagle

The Ornate Hawk-Eagle

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This sharp-eyed bird is among the carnivores who can brutally finish its prey using its strength while still have such natural appeal to adore. The Ornate Hawk-Eagle has a blackish upper part that could be opened just like a paper fan. It has long and rounded tail with majorly dark palate plumage. Just like the usual eagle, the Ornate Hawk-Eagle could catch preys that are heavier than its own weight.

 

  1. Andean Cock-of-the-Rock

Andean Cock-of-the-Rock

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The trademark of this bird is the shocking orange to scarlet plumage covering some part and even almost all over its body. They are the omnivores that make their menu can be consisted either army of ants or fallen fruits. The male Andean Cock-of-the-Rocks are usually called unfaithful for it does not involve themselves during breeding. Yet, after the chicks are hatched, the males tend to help the females to raise them.

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