18 Birds and How They Look As Babies and When They Are Grown Up
Be it animals, birds or humans, the babies of any species look cute but what one can’t deny is that pictures of animals babies across the net are dominated by panda’s, puppies, kittens and rabbits and of course sometimes ducks and chickens but have you ever seen the comparison pictures of babies and adults of different but exotic bird species? Have you seen what a baby puffin looks like or a barn owl? If you haven’t then take a look because they are really amazing
It is heavenly to see a red cardinal outside your window. These birds are very popular and have been designated as state birds of seven US states: Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia, and West Virginia. Here’s how they look as babies and adults.
It is only the male species that are called peacocks while the female of the species are known as peahens. As a group, they are known as peafowl. However, the technical name of a group is called ostentation or pride of peacocks.
The feet and beak of a puffin turns orange in the spring when it is the breeding season. That is the time that they also come ashore and it is easy to get photographs of them looking at their prettiest. Puffins are usually found in the regions of the North Atlantic and North Pacific Ocean.
It is one of the most widely distributed species of owl that do not screech but only hoot. Barn owls are not an endangered species and can be found everywhere except polar and desert regions, Himalayan areas, Asia, Indonesia and some pacific Islands. Its babies look cute though.
5Grey Crowned Crane
Among the members of the crane family, the Grey Crowned Crane is the flashiest and can be found in the South and East Africa. It is also the national bird of Uganda. It is different from the slender cranes but it is more exotic and unique in looks. Its babies are quite tall because of the legs.