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Birds of a Feather

written by: cindi657
 
Since I love all kinds of birds, I decided to make a quiz about a few different species of birds. This quiz actually taught me some things, also. I may just do another one, because this one was such fun to write. Enjoy !!!

Question 1:

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Kingfishers are birds that live in woodlands and wetlands. What do they eat?
small fish and crayfish
insects
all of these
reptiles and frogs


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Question 2:

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Adult whooping cranes have only one natural predator that is powerful and stealthy enough to kill one of them. Which animal is it?
bobcat
rattlesnake
beaver
raccoon


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Question 3:

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The adult emu can reach up to 6"7" in height.
True
False


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Question 4:

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The female emu incubates the eggs and stays with the growing chicks for up to 18 months.
True
False


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Question 5:

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The mockingbird is the state bird of how many different US states?
5
2
12
8


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Question 6:

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Macaws are known to consume this substance, which is believed to work as an antidote to the poisonous seeds that they eat.
small stones
clay
palm tree leaves
aloe plants


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Question 7:

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Eight of the nine different species of lovebirds come from Africa. Where does the other species come from?
Madagascar
Jamaica
Australia
Puerto Rico


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Question 8:

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What kind of insect makes up almost half of a flicker's diet?
beetles
mosquitoes
ants
grasshoppers and crickets


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Question 9:

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The kiwi is a flightless bird endemic to which country?
United Kingdom
New Zealand
Sumatra
Australia


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Question 10:

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What is the name of the smallest type of hummingbird which weighs less than a penny and is about 2" long?
Bee hummingbird
Black-chinned hummingbird
Rufous hummingbird
Ruby-throated hummingbird


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