- Answer Key
- chicken 【ˈtʃɪkɪn】
- chick 【tʃɪk】
- dove 【dʌv】
- pigeon 【ˈpɪdʒɪn】
- crow 【kroʊ】
- woodpecker 【ˈwʊdpekər】
- hummingbird 【ˈhʌmɪŋbɜːrd】
- swallow 【ˈswɑːloʊ】
- sparrow 【ˈspæroʊ】
- crane 【kreɪn】
- parakeet 【ˈpærəkiːt】
- parrot 【ˈpærət】
- seagull 【ˈsiːɡʌl】
- pelican 【ˈpelɪkən】
- duck 【dʌk】
- swan 【swɑːn】
- flamingo 【fləˈmɪŋɡoʊ】
- penguin 【ˈpeŋɡwɪn】
- ostrich 【ˈɑːstrɪtʃ】
- eagle 【ˈiːɡl】
- hawk 【hɔːk】
- owl 【aʊl】
- bat 【bæt】
- peacock 【ˈpiːkɑːk】
:a large bird that is often kept for its eggs or meat
:a baby bird, especially a baby chicken
:a bird of the pigeon family. The white dove is often used as a symbol of peace.
:a large bird, completely or mostly black, with a rough unpleasant cry
:a bird with a long beak that it uses to make holes in trees when it is looking for insects to eat
:a small brightly coloured bird that lives in warm countries and that can stay in one place in the air by beating its wings very fast, making a continuous low sound (= a humming sound)
:a small bird with long pointed wings and a tail with two points, that spends the winter in Africa but flies to northern countries for the summer
:a small brown and grey bird, common in many parts of the world
:a large bird with long legs and a long neck
:a small bird of the parrot family, usually with a long tail
:a tropical bird with a curved beak. There are several types of parrot, most of which have bright feathers. Some are kept as pets and can be trained to copy human speech.
:a bird with long wings and usually white and grey or black feathers that lives near the sea. There are several types of gull.
:a very large white bird with long wings that lives in the Pacific and Southern Oceans
:a large bird that lives near water, with a bag of skin under its long beak for storing food
:a common bird that lives on or near water and has short legs, webbed feet (= feet with thin pieces of skin between the toes) and a wide beak. There are many types of duck, some of which are kept for their meat or eggs.
:a bird like a large duck with a long neck. Geese either live wild or are kept on farms.
:a large bird that is usually white and has a long thin neck. Swanslive on or near water.
:a large pink bird with long thin legs and a long neck, that lives near water in warm countries
:a black and white bird that lives in the Antarctic. Penguinscannot fly but use their wings for swimming. There are several types of penguin, some of them very large but some of them quite small.
:a New Zealand bird with a long beak, short wings and no tail, that cannot fly
:a very large African bird with a long neck and long legs, that cannot fly but can run very fast
:a large bird, usually without feathers on its head or neck, that eats animals that are already dead
:a large bird of prey (= a bird that kills other creatures for food) with a sharp curved beak and very good sight
:a strong fast bird of prey (= a bird that kills other creatures for food)
:a bird of prey (= a bird that kills other creatures for food) with large round eyes, that hunts at night. Owls are traditionally thought to be wise.
:an animal like a mouse with wings, that flies and feeds at night (= it is nocturnal). There are many types of bat.
:a large male bird with long blue and green tail feathers that it can spread out like a fan