Birds Quiz: 20 Trivia Questions. Guess What Kind of Bird Is in the Picture!

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Birds Quiz: 20 Trivia Questions. Guess What Kind of Bird Is in the Picture!
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The Birds Quiz "Guess What Kind of Bird Is in the Picture!" consists of 20 multiple choice trivia questions with pictures and small hints. Try to name each bird correctly. Test your knowledge and visual memory!

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This bird, which lives on the shores of the Arctic and Atlantic Oceans, nests in burrows and feeds on fish and sandflies.

1. This bird, which lives on the shores of the Arctic and Atlantic Oceans, nests in burrows and feeds on fish and sandflies.

This duck with its heavy flight rather resembles geese. During the nesting period, males have a dark ring on their neck.

2. This duck with its heavy flight rather resembles geese. During the nesting period, males have a dark ring on their neck.

These birds got their name for their cry that resembles a human laugh.

3. These birds got their name for their cry that resembles a human laugh.

This small bird about the size of a sparrow feeds on small fish, which it ambushes while sitting on branches above the water.

4. This small bird about the size of a sparrow feeds on small fish, which it ambushes while sitting on branches above the water.

This bird is a raptor, catching prey as it roams the African savanna.

5. This bird is a raptor, catching prey as it roams the African savanna.

This bird was on the verge of extinction because of its beautiful feathers, which were used by fashion designers to adorn clothing.

6. This bird was on the verge of extinction because of its beautiful feathers, which were used by fashion designers to adorn clothing.

This pet bird has been bred by man since ancient times not only for meat and feathers. The ancient Greeks kept them as sacred birds dedicated to Persephone and Priapus.

7. This pet bird has been bred by man since ancient times not only for meat and feathers. The ancient Greeks kept them as sacred birds dedicated to Persephone and Priapus.

This bird is endemic to New Guinea, inhabiting its northern part and the adjacent islands of Biak and Yapen.

8. This bird is endemic to New Guinea, inhabiting its northern part and the adjacent islands of Biak and Yapen.

These large seabirds are excellent divers, diving from great heights for fish several meters deep.

9. These large seabirds are excellent divers, diving from great heights for fish several meters deep.

In these migratory birds, both males and females sing, but the repertoire of females is poorer than that of males.

10. In these migratory birds, both males and females sing, but the repertoire of females is poorer than that of males.

In ancient times this bird was a favorite target of falconers, despite the fact that its edible meat is completely tasteless.

11. In ancient times this bird was a favorite target of falconers, despite the fact that its edible meat is completely tasteless.

In 2002, a genetic analysis was conducted, which determined that this rare bird is the closest relative of the extinct dodo.

12. In 2002, a genetic analysis was conducted, which determined that this rare bird is the closest relative of the extinct dodo.

This bird has sharp teeth on its beak, which are a device for holding slippery fish.

13. This bird has sharp teeth on its beak, which are a device for holding slippery fish.

This large bird has eyes at the front of its skull, which allows it to have binocular vision.

14. This large bird has eyes at the front of its skull, which allows it to have binocular vision.

These birds are found in Tasmania, Australia, New Zealand and New Guinea. They are not afraid of people, so they are often found in city parks.

15. These birds are found in Tasmania, Australia, New Zealand and New Guinea. They are not afraid of people, so they are often found in city parks.

This bird served as the prototype for Raphael, one of the characters in the Disney cartoon "Rio".

16. This bird served as the prototype for Raphael, one of the characters in the Disney cartoon "Rio".

The body length of this bird reaches 1.5 m. With its impressive size and colorful plumage, it is part of the rituals of the peoples living in its range.

17. The body length of this bird reaches 1.5 m. With its impressive size and colorful plumage, it is part of the rituals of the peoples living in its range.

A constellation in the southern hemisphere of the celestial sphere is named after this bird.

18. A constellation in the southern hemisphere of the celestial sphere is named after this bird.

This large parrot is a resident of the rainforest. Birds of this species do not gather in flocks and lead solitary or paired lifestyles.

19. This large parrot is a resident of the rainforest. Birds of this species do not gather in flocks and lead solitary or paired lifestyles.

The male and female of these birds, which live in northern South America, look the same. They live in large flocks of several hundred congeners.

20. The male and female of these birds, which live in northern South America, look the same. They live in large flocks of several hundred congeners.