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Many bird species have a strong affinity for a particular habitat. Some species have become so adapted to a specific habitat they would not be able to survive in another.
A duck needs water, of course, but other species have their own habitat preferences. Select from one of the habitats or locations on the left to see species often associated with that location.
The Belted Kingfisher feeds by diving into the water to catch a small fish. It would not be able to survive away from water.
The term sea gull is something of a misnomer. Many gull species, including this Ring-billed Gull, are found inland and often far from water.