Blue songbird with shades from Alice blue to sapphire. Noisy, fearless, found from Mexico to the Amazon.
Colorful bird with red, black, blue, green, purple, and yellow plumage. Bred in captivity, with mysterious glowing beads in chicks' mouths.
Common US bird with intensely red plumage and black wings. Female is olive green. Loves oranges.
Unique crest of violet-blue, fan-shaped feathers named after Queen Victoria. Its blue and purplish feathers contrast with ruby-red eyes. Near threatened.
Eastern Australia's male parrot: mostly green with a yellow belly, blue face and wings with red shoulder patches.
stunning amethyst plumage, curved bill for sipping nectar from bromeliad flowers.
Beautiful, graceful mute swan: white body, orange bill, black mask. Heaviest swimming bird, monogamous, elegant in flight, but bad-tempered.
The peacock, Pavo cristatus, Pavo muticus, and Afropavo congensis, uses its colorful train to attract females but is at risk from predators.
New Guinea bird, torchlight-like appearance, red-orange head, flame yellow back and wings, builds bower decorated with shiny objects, golden eyes, crazy courtship dance
Exotic Paradisaeidae birds, found in Oceania, known for male's vibrant plumage, considered stunning.