We have found realistic bird coloring page for various waterfowl, seabirds and wading bird species.
If you want to see other species after looking at these, there are links at the bottom of the page for birds of prey, songbirds and gallinacious birds (i.e., pheasant, peacock, chicken, grouse).
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Waterfowl, Seabirds and Wading Birds
Order: Sphenisciformes - Penguins
Web-footed marine swimmers
Wing modified into a thin, powerful paddle
Order: Pelecaniformes - Tropic Birds, Pelicans, Boobies, Gannets, Cormorants, Anhingas, Frigatebirds
Four toes united in one web
Nostrils rudimentary or absent
Possess a throat pouch (except tropic birds)
Fish-eating birds that often nest in large colonies
Order: Anseriformes - Ducks, Geese, Swans
Broadened bills containing many tacktel nerve endings and filtering ridges or "teeth" at margains
Short legs with webged feet
Body well supplied with down and oily feathers
Precocial young (hatches out covered with down, legs well-developed, eyes open and alert, and is soon able to feed itself)
Order: Ciconiformes - Herons, Egrets, Storks (deep-water waders)
Long-necked and long-legged waders
Toes not webbed (except flamingos)
Often nest in colonies along shores or in marshes
Order: Charadriiformes - Shorebirds, Gulls, Terns, Auks, Puffins, etc.
Toes usually webbed
Precocial young in most species
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