The birds are presented in alphabetical order of common names.

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  • Red-footed booby (Sula sula) taking off, Genovesa island, Galapagos, May 2005
  • Kori bustard (Ardeotis kori). This is the heaviest flying bird there is. Ongava Game Reserve, Namibia, October 2005.
  • Laughing dove (Streptopelia senegalensis), Kruger National Park, January 2004
  • Cape turtle dove (Streptopelia capicola). Ongava Game Reserve, Namibia, October 2005.
  • Warbler finch (Certhidea olivacea), Genovesa island, Galapagos, May 2005
  • Galapagos flycatcher (Myiarchus magnirostris), Santa Cruz island, Galapagos, May 2005
  • Greater flamingo (Phoenicopterus ruber). Pretoria Zoo, South Africa, October 2005.
  • Andean flamingos (Phoenicoparrus andinus), Salt lake (Salar de Atacama), Atacama Desert, Chile, October 2002 The Andean flamingo (Phoenicoparrus andinus) is now considered less abundant than either the James or the Chilean.  At Surire, studies have shown that this flamingo depends on diatoms for most of its diet.  Historically the body fat of the Andean flamingo, (which is bright orange) was rubbed on sore joints to treat rheumatism.
  • Great frigatebird (Fregata minor), male, Genovesa island, Galapagos, May 2005