There are many sources where a person can find facts about penguins, including books on birds, National Geographic, on television shows like Discovery that feature different animals and the Smithsonian Magazine. Many of ... More »

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Emperor penguins are the largest of their species and cannot fly. They live in the Antarctic on the ice and in the surrounding cold waters. Emperor penguins survive this climate by relying on a number of special adaptati... More »

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Macaroni penguins, otherwise referred to as eudyptes chrysolophus, spend most of their time in cold oceans, have an incubation period of 33 to 40 days and eat a diet of squid and krill. Macaroni penguins have yellow-oran... More »

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To eliminate sparrows, eliminate any possible food and water sources that attract the birds, and then exclude the birds from their preferred nesting areas. Exclusion techniques should be used only when eggs or young bird... More »

Fat is a great, high-calorie food for all kinds of birds, especially in winter, when other nutrient-dense food sources such as insects and berries are in short supply. Most garden supply and pet stores offer commercial s... More »

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Blue jays are bright blue corvids with black beaks that live in the Eastern and Midwestern North Americas, according to National Geographic. These birds mate for life and act as seed disbursal animals that bury seeds and... More »

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Mourning birds are mostly found in the United States, southern Canada and Central America. Males generally have the same colors as females. They build flimsy nests that are transparent enough for onlookers to see the egg... More »