The Red-Crested Pochard This large diving duck breeds in southern Europe and southern and central Asia and migrates in Africa during winter. The male is easily recognizable for its rounded orange head, red bill and black breast. The flanks are white, the back brown, and the tail black.
These breathtakingly beautiful birds are Black-and-Red Broadbills (Cymbirhynchus macrorhynchos). They have a black head, back, and tail feathers with crimson underparts. The bill is most striking, as it is a wonderful light turquoise on top with yellow underneath. Catch More Creatures Here: http://www.thefeaturedcreature.com/2011/03/beautiful-black-and-red-broadbills.
The cuban tody - is a tiny, about 11cm bird native to Cuba and adjacent island. It has a small body but relatively large head. Their appearance is beautiful with glossy green body, white under parts, bright red throat and thin bill. Their body is adorned with cotton like pink feathers on lower part.