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Our feathered friends in the wild. If you are a birdwatcher, this is the place to be!
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1 Name That Bird In Three Clues!
Step right up and see if you can identify these common birds with just three small bits of information. Each hint may be scientific, historical or cultural and should lead you down the path to our fine-feathered friend.
10 Q
Jan 24 09
8028 plays
2 Why Do Birds?
A few general questions about birds mixed with some more specific details (and one music question).
10 Q
Jul 22 09
2604 plays
3 Extinct birds: 100 unique species.
My sixth quiz! This is a quiz on extinct, endangered, and unique birds of the past 250 years. A difficult but hopefully informative quiz. Good cluck!...I mean luck.
25 Q
Aug 25 06
3060 plays
4 O Ostrich, Dear Bird
This quiz is a challenge by exceller! O, Ostrich, dear bird, your beak is absurd You look like a nerd, and smell like a curd I must have erred cause I thought you'd be furred But your quiz will be heard 'cause the bird is the word!
10 Q
Sep 04 12
639 plays
This is category 45
Last Updated Jun 17 15 3:56 PM

Some sample questions from this category:

* This bird became extinct when the last pair was either clubbed to death or strangled on the island of Eldey, a barren rocky plateau jutting out of the sea off the coast of Iceland. It was June 3, 1844. The birds were likely nesting at the time.
* This bird is known only from specimens collected in 1827 on Peel Island, off the south coast of Japan.
* "Incas", the last of this unique bird species, died at the Cincinnati Zoo (Ohio, USA) on February 21, 1918.
* This bird of Mauritius, the most famous extinct bird in the world, died out sometime between 1662-1690.
* This shorebird was once considered among the most common in the Americas. The last confirmed specimen was collected in Barbados, Lesser Antilles in 1963.

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