8 Different Types Of Pink Birds

Wading birds with distinctive spoon-shaped bills, inhabit diverse wetlands. Their pink color comes from a diet rich in carotenoids.

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8. Roseate Spoonbill

The American Flamingo, native to North America, boasts distinctive pink plumage and a curved bill. Found in the U.S. and the Caribbean.

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7. American Flamingo

Pacific Coast jewels, rose-pink throats, emerald-green bodies, tiny size. Common in US, Canada, Mexico.

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6. Anna’s Hummingbird

A striking bird with a scarlet hue, inhabits wetlands and tropical regions in South America and the Caribbean. Males have thicker bills.

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5. Scarlet Ibis

Small, colorful bird (35-40 cm) with distinctive pink patches. Found in central Australia, prefers semi-arid habitats.

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4. Pink Cockatoo

Endangered, native to Australia. Brown with pink abdomen, blue rump. Males: bluish-brown crown; females: grey head.

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3. Bourke’s Parakeet

A robust finch, exhibits varying gray and reddish-pink hues. Found in North America and Eurasia's high-altitude forests.

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2. Pine Grosbeak

The Rose-Breasted Cockatoo, or Galah, is a popular and charming bird native to Australia, known for its distinctive pink plumage and playful personality

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1. Rose-Breasted Cockatoo

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