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Featured Bird Species | Black Tinamou (Tinamus osgoodi)

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Featured Bird Species | Black Tinamou (Tinamus osgoodi)

Featured Bird Species | Great Spotted Kiwi (Apteryx haastii)

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Featured Bird Species | Great Spotted Kiwi (Apteryx haastii)

Featured Bird | Little Spotted Kiwi (Apteryx owenii)

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Featured Bird | Little Spotted Kiwi (Apteryx owenii)

Featured Bird Species | Emu (Dromaius novaehollandiae)

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Featured Bird Species | Emu (Dromaius novaehollandiae)

Featured Bird Species | Northern Cassowary (Casuarius unappendiculatus)

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Featured Bird Species | Northern Cassowary (Casuarius unappendiculatus)

Featured Bird Species | Dwarf Cassowary (Casuarius bennetti)

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Featured Bird Species | Dwarf Cassowary (Casuarius bennetti)

Featured Bird Species | Southern Cassowary (Casuarius casuarius)

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Featured Bird Species | Southern Cassowary (Casuarius casuarius)

Featured Bird Species | Lesser Rhea (Pterocnemia pennata)

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Featured Bird Species | Lesser Rhea (Pterocnemia pennata)

Featured Bird Species | Greater Rhea (Rhea americana)

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Featured Bird Species | Greater Rhea (Rhea americana)

Featured Bird Species | Ostrich (Struthio camelus)

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Featured Bird Species | Ostrich (Struthio camelus)

The beautiful Mute Swan is the bird that people most commonly picture when discussing a swan. It is found naturally in the more temperate parts of Europe and western Asia and, while it is not migratory as such, certain inland populations are forced to move to the coast in winter when their waterways and lakes may freeze over. Because these birds are considered to be so beautiful, some have been taken to other countries where attempts have been made to keep them at parks and ponds.

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The beautiful Mute Swan is the bird that people most commonly picture when discussing a swan. It is found naturally in the more temperate parts of Europe and western Asia and, while it is not migratory as such, certain inland populations are forced to move to the coast in winter when their waterways and lakes may freeze over. Because these birds are considered to be so beautiful, some have been taken to other countries where attempts have been made to keep them at parks and ponds.