Peacocks, India's iconic bird, are known for their iridescent plumage and colorful feather display, with white males due to pigmentation issues and regular shedding.

North American Wood ducks, despite their beauty, are medium-sized migratory birds with unique abilities, weighing 1.5-2 pounds and feeding on plants, insects, and worms.

Bohemian Waxwings are small, monogamous migratory birds weighing 55g and 7.5-9.1 inches, found in the UK, North America, Russia, and Scandinavia.

Toco toucans are exotic birds with large beaks, long tongues, and colorful plumage, closely related to hornbills, that feed on fruits and seeds.

Ara Macao, beautiful parrots with blue, yellow, and red plumage, are endangered in Central and South America, making them ideal pets due to their 50-year lifespan.

The glorified chicken, rainbow pheasant, and Chinese pheasant are native to Western China and found in mountainous forests, feeding on leaves, grains, and insects.

Blue Jays, North American birds, eat acorns, fruits, nuts, seeds, berries, and insects, exhibit sexual monomorphism, imitate sounds, and have one mate for life.

Paradiseaea, the largest genus of paradisaea, are found in Indonesia and New Guinea. They are polygamous, have an average lifespan of 8 years, and are critically endangered.

Waved Albatross, a sea-loving bird with a waved plumage pattern, are found in Chile, Peru, Ecuador, and Colombia, known for courtship dance, and feed on fish, crustaceans, and squids.

Rainbow-colored birds with yellow, black, and red facial colors, prefer warm environments. Near threatened on IUCN Red List, they are endangered in Australia. Males have intense feathers and sing.