How Well Do You Know Birds?

How Well Do You Know Birds?

Birds are incredible creatures – from bright red cardinals and pink flamingos to the ever-so incognito ptarmigan and the great grey owl. They have been around for an incredibly long time. In fact, there’s a bird out there that is actually kind of close to the most famous dinosaur of all: the T-Rex. In fact, many believe dinosaurs sired birds way back when! Either way you slice it, there’s a lot to know about birds. Are you a bird watcher? How much do you know about these flying creatures in our skies? It is time to find out with this bird quiz!

What bird can fly backwards?

What bird lives the longest?

What bird has the largest wingspan?

How high can penguins jump?

What bird can recognize itself in the mirror?

How many species of penguins are there?

What country has the flamingo as its national bird?

What bird sounds like it is saying cheeseburger?

What is a group of ravens called?

What is China's national bird?

What species of eagle is the emblem of the US?

What bird delivers human babies to new parents?

What body part doesn't exist in birds?

How much can ostrich eggs weigh?

What bird is closest to the T-Rex?

Why are male peacocks colorful?

What is the largest species of penguin?

Who owns all the swans in England?

What bird lays blue eggs?

What is Lundy Island's most famous resident?

What is a group of owls called?

Which of these birds can't fly?

What color are flamingo feathers when they're born?

What is the national bird of New Zealand?

What is the largest bird?

How Well Do You Know Birds?

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Jessica spent a gap year as a digital nomad and offsite social media manager before returning to study at McGill University in her native Montreal. Currently, she is pursuing a BA in English and ingesting this cosmopolitan city quite differently than she did in her childhood. Diverse interests define Jessica. With two classmates, she once snowshoed through 200 kilometers of Quebec's backcountry for charity. Of course, Jessica writes. Thanks to modern access to self-publishing, Jessica's YA titles are gaining a fanbase on Amazon. Importantly, Jessica also codes. She has a super-secret app in development that could make her a household name in five years. When she's not writing, coding or studying, she's performing with her popular improv troupe, Jess 4 Laughs, which consists of four improvisers named Jessica.