Birds are Beautiful, Colorful and Charming, But They Can Also Be Loud


Birds are beautiful. And colorful. They chirp and sing and make wonderful sounds. Many people admire birds, but some don’t like them as much. Not because they’re not pretty, or cute, but because they can be loud at times! In this blog we’ll cover some birds that you might know of, and their unique features that help them survive their environment!


The cardinal is a very common bird in the United States and can be easily identified by its bright red feathers. Cardinals are known for their territorial nature, as they will fight with other birds of the same species. Cardinals are usually found in the eastern half of the United States during spring and summer, but will migrate to warmer climates during winter months.

Blue Jay

The blue jay is a medium-sized, mostly arboreal and nomadic passerine bird with blue and white plumage and a heavy bill.

The birds are noisy, gregarious and social. They forage in flocks, often with other species such as chickadees, woodpeckers or nuthatches. Their diet consists mainly of insects and nuts but also includes berries; they will readily come to bird feeders. Blue Jays can become very bold when guarding food sources or nesting sites and will snatch shiny objects (such as silverware) left on tables at campsites or picnics.

Quaker Parrot

The Quaker Parrot (or Monk Parakeet) is a small parrot native to South America, but has been introduced elsewhere.

They have blue wings, green bodies and yellow heads. These birds are very social and can be kept in pairs or groups of six or more in captivity. Their diet consists of seeds, fruit, vegetables and pellets; they also enjoy chewing on wood as well as pieces of natural twigs.

These birds can be quite loud at times when they are excited or disturbed; however they tend not to squawk when eating so much like some other parrots do! The Quaker Parrot comes from the same family as the Conures that we see commonly like Blue Crowned Conure and Snowy Crowned Conure just without those beautiful crowns on their heads!

Birds of Paradise

The birds of paradise are found in the rainforests of New Guinea and Indonesia. They are brightly colored and they have long feathers that they use to attract mates. The male bird will put on a show for the female by dancing, singing or beating his wings.

The birds of paradise are large, but they are not the largest birds in the world. The ostrich is much larger than any bird of paradise, but it’s not as colorful or beautiful!

It’s interesting how some animals have such a variety of colors and patterns on their bodies while others look very similar to each other or even appear black or white all over without any markings at all! This could be due to adaptations for camouflage purposes because predators can’t easily spot prey if they look like something else entirely (like when an animal blends into its surroundings).


You might have seen a mockingbird in your garden, but did you know that they could be found in almost every state? These beautiful birds are known for their distinctive call and can be spotted around the United States. Mockingbirds are also common in Mexico and Central America, as well as parts of South America.

As with any other bird, there are many things to consider before deciding whether or not you should keep one as a pet. They require plenty of attention and care throughout the day as well as regular cleaning duties such as changing water bowls or raking up leaves from their enclosure if kept outdoors (you don’t want them getting stuck inside!).


Nightingale is a small bird, known for its song and found throughout Europe. It is a songbird, a migratory bird that sings at night.

Nightingales are beautiful and charming birds with a rich history in literature, music and folklore.

Nocturnal by nature, the nightingale’s song was said to be heard only after dark when it would sing into the early morning hours.


Goldfinches are small, brightly colored birds that are commonly found in the north. They eat thistle seeds, which makes them a common sight at backyard bird feeders during winter. When feeding, goldfinches can be very social and will often take food from other birds’ mouths or even steal food from other birds’ nests.

Goldfinches are not endangered, nor do they pose a threat to humans.


The ostrich is the largest bird in the world. It is a flightless, mainly ground-dwelling bird. Unlike many other birds, it has bare skin on its legs and flanks that have been modified into two-toed feet for running. It also has a long neck and a large flat beak; both of which can be used for fighting or eating. The male ostrich is called a cock and the female is called a hen. The young are known as chicks or nymphs (which are hatched from eggs).

Ostriches live on dry plains where they eat grasses, berries, seeds, leaves and roots; this diet allows them to survive without water for long periods of time. They can run up to 70km/h and jump 3 metres high when startled (or threatened) by predators such as lions or hyenas who hunt them for food because ostriches taste good when cooked properly at home so if you ever find yourself near an ostrich farm then do not eat any meat unless otherwise instructed by authorities because they may contain harmful bacteria which could make someone sick if they try cooking raw meat by themselves before it’s gone through proper safety checks first!


Chickens are domesticated birds that are omnivores. They can be found in many countries and are very common in the United States and the United Kingdom. Chickens have a diet of seeds, insects, fruits and vegetables; however, they also enjoy eating worms! They are social animals that live together in flocks, typically with one dominant hen (female) to keep order among the group.


We all love turkey, but what is it?

Turkey is a bird. You may have guessed that already, but I just wanted to be sure you knew for sure. Turkey is also a type of wild fowl and a member of the Phasianidae family. They are part of the Galliformes order and eat grains and seeds (like corn). They can be found throughout most parts of North America except for some regions in Canada. It is not only delicious, but also has great feathers!

While most people appreciate the beauty of a bird, they might not like the noise

While most people appreciate the beauty of a bird, they might not like the noise made by them. Birds can be loud and noisy. They can also be colorful and charming! But sometimes, it becomes too much for some people to handle when birds are noisy or colorful. You may have heard stories about how people have tried to get rid of all the birds from their neighborhood because they do not like how loud they are or because they don’t want them around anymore because they are too colorful for them now that summer is over and it’s time for winter again (which means no more pretty flowers).

Some common reasons why we need to protect our beautiful animals include:

  • Protecting endangered species;
  • Preventing extinction;
  • Keeping ecosystems healthy;
  • Conserving biodiversity;
  • Preserving habitats;
  • Improving scientific knowledge about nature conservation efforts;


I hope you found some information here that will help you understand more about your feathered friends. Birds are a joy to watch and listen to, but they can also be a nuisance if they are too loud. Keep in mind as well that there may be laws governing ownership of certain species and/or the volume of any noise coming from them should it affect neighbors negatively. I encourage everyone to get out into nature more often because there is so much beauty all around us (including birds)!

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