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Free Bird Animations - Graphics

Bird animations created for website use. Category includes birds eating worms, birds in flight, birds jumping on the ground, birds sitting on perches, roosters crowing, birds singing, birds running and ducks quacking.

Page has blue birds, roosters, ducks, flamingos, parrots, seagulls, crows, doves, swans, woodpeckers, vultures, owls and more. All animated birds are gifs.

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bird worm
A bird fighting to get a worm for dinner.
bird flying
Bird flying smoothly through the air.
little bird jumping
A little bird jumping perhaps for joy.
two birds animated
Two excited birds jumping.
five birds perch
Five animated birds on a perch.
parrot perch
An animated parrot on his perch.
flying bird pink
A flamingo flying animation.
rooster crowing
A rooster crowing animation.

A flying seagull.
two crows
Two crows having an animated conversation.
animated dove
A dove in flight with olive branch animation.
flying blue bird
Animated blue bird in flight.
duck animation
A duck making his voice heard animation.
animated duck
A duck with something to quack.
flying flamingo
A large bird flying.
running flamingo
A flamingo on the run animation.
blue bird
A blue bird taking a leisurely flight.
goose flying
An animated goose on the move.
swan in water
A swan floating on the water and basking in the sun.
A woodpecker hunting for food or building a home.
white bird
A white bird in flight animation.

A humming bird in flight - JPEG clipart.
An ostrich hiding.
bird in flight
Blue bird in flight animation.
hungry vulture animation
A sneaky looking vulture waiting for some food.
cartoon bird
A animated funny cartoon bird flying.
baby bird
A tiny happy bird in flight.
owl on perch
An owl with flashing eyes sitting on a perch.
animated owl
An animated grey owl with big eyes.
flying own
A dark owl in flight animation.

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About Birds

Birds are a diverse group of animals that belong to the class Aves. They are known for their feathers, beaks, wings, and ability to fly. There are over 10,000 species of birds, and they can be found in almost every part of the world, from the Arctic to the tropics.

Birds are the only animals that have feathers. Feathers are modified scales that help birds to fly, regulate their body temperature, and attract mates.

Not all birds can fly. Flightless birds include penguins, ostriches, and emus.

Birds have excellent eyesight and can see a wider range of colors than humans can. Some birds, such as eagles, have extremely sharp vision that allows them to spot prey from great distances.

Many birds are migratory and travel long distances every year to breed or find food. The Arctic tern, for example, flies from the Arctic to the Antarctic and back every year, covering a distance of up to 44,000 miles.

Birds have a unique respiratory system that allows them to get more oxygen than other animals. This is because birds have air sacs that help to circulate air through their lungs.

The smallest bird in the world is the bee hummingbird, which is only 2.4 inches long and weighs less than a penny.

The largest bird in the world is the ostrich, which can grow up to 9 feet tall and weigh over 300 pounds.

Birds are important pollinators and seed dispersers. They play a crucial role in maintaining healthy ecosystems and biodiversity.

Overall, birds are fascinating creatures that come in a wide range of shapes, sizes, and colors. They have adapted to a variety of environments and play important roles in ecosystems around the world.

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