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The Most Beautiful Birds in the World that Will take your Breath Away

Birds play a crucial role in the environment and human life, as every living thing on earth depends on them. Bird watching is often a diversion from the stresses of daily life. Birds that we will never see are still valuable to us; knowing that these birds exist in our world is comforting and uplifting, just knowing they are there. They are responsible for dispersing seeds that provide crops for food, shelter, medicine, etc. They restore ecosystems that have been destroyed and transport plants to new islands. In gardens, on farms, and elsewhere, they are a natural way to control pests. When flying through the air, a flock of birds can easily consume hundreds of insects at a time. The warbler, bluebird, and woodpecker are among the birds that eat insects. Birds disperse the seeds they have eaten with their droppings when they travel.

Birds help bring back plants from damaged ecosystems, and sometimes they even move them across seas to new lands. Birds have shaped the plant life we see around us – and the world. In high altitudes or hot climates, birds such as hummingbirds and honeyeaters also contribute to pollination. Birds pollinate nearly a quarter of Salvia species in South Africa. As birds prefer sight to smell, these flowers lack scent. When we think of pollinators, we tend to think of bees and butterflies. However, approximately 5% of the plants humans use for food or medicine are pollinated by birds.

Birds are undoubtedly one of nature’s most beautiful wonders. Their brilliant colors and graceful movements have inspired art, music, and literature to symbolise hope, peace, liberty, intelligence, and joy for centuries. As birds can see UV light, this impacts how they perceive one another. Many bird species reflect ultraviolet (UV) light, which the human eye cannot see.

There are over ten thousand species of birds that humans have discovered so far, and each of them is beautiful and has many shapes, sizes, and colors. Some of them are gorgeous. Below we have compiled a list of some of the most beautiful birds.

#1 The secretary

The secretary

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#2 Blue Crowned Pigeon

Blue Crowned Pigeon

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#3 Long Tailed Tit

Long Tailed Tit

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#4 Malaysian large frogmouth and her baby

Malaysian large frogmouth and her baby

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#5 Mountain bluebird

Mountain bluebird

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#6 Secretary bird

Secretary bird

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#7 Victoria crowned pigeon

Victoria crowned pigeon

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#8 Grandala

Grandala

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#9 Beautiful strawberry finch

Beautiful strawberry finch

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#10 The nicobar pigeon

The nicobar pigeon

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#11 The harpy eagle

The harpy eagle

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#12 Pigeon with a curly perm

Pigeon with a curly perm

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#13 Dracula parrot

Dracula parrot

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#14 South Philippine Dwarf Kingfisher

South Philippine Dwarf Kingfisher

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#15 Tilhi

Tilhi

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#16 Bearded reedling

Bearded reedling

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#17 Quetzal

Quetzal

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#18 Sword-billed hummingbird

Sword-billed hummingbird

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#19 Golden pheasant

Golden pheasant

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#20 Mandarink duck

Mandarink duck

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#21 Inca tern

Inca tern

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#22 Guineafowl

Guineafowl

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#23 The black-throated bushtit

The black-throated bushtit

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#24 Crested duck

Crested duck

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#25 Taiwan blue magpie

Taiwan blue magpie

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#26 Pygmy wren babbler

Pygmy wren babbler

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#27 Rufous-crested coquette

Rufous-crested coquette

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#28 Plate-billed mountain toucan

Plate-billed mountain toucan

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#29 Cock-of-the-rock

Cock-of-the-rock

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#30 Lady amherst’s pheasant

Lady amherst's pheasant

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#31 Rosefinch

Rosefinch

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#32 Plumbeous water redstart

Plumbeous water redstart

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#33 Rainbow bearded thornbill

Rainbow bearded thornbill

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#34 Violet-tailed sylph

Violet-tailed sylph

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#35 Gorgeted sunangel

Gorgeted sunangel

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#36 Painted bunting

Painted bunting

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#37 Japanese white-eye

Japanese white-eye

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#38 Swinhoe’s pheasant

Swinhoe's pheasant

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#39 Festive coquette

Festive coquette

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#40 Little egret

Little egret

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#41 Crimson-mantled Woodpecker

Crimson-mantled Woodpecker

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#42 Taiwan blue magpiesony alpha

Taiwan blue magpiesony alpha

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#43 Sony alpha

Sony alpha

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#44 Grass-green tanager

Grass-green tanager

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#45 Tiger bittern

Tiger bittern

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#46 Ruby-throated hummingbird

Ruby-throated hummingbird

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#47 South Philippine dwarf kingfishe

South Philippine dwarf kingfishe

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#48 Masked trogon

Masked trogon

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#49 Inca Tern

Inca Tern

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#50 Platalea Minor

Platalea Minor

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Written by Hannah Jade

I write and compose interesting stories, captivating beautiful moments in photos. I love walking alone in Rainy Nights without an Umbrella.

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