Adults feed primarily on small school fish such as sardines, anchovy, squid, and some shellfish. At the Honolulu Zoo they enjoy a diet of Capelin, Herring, and Sardines.
The American Flamingo is certainly the most colorful and well known of the Flamingoes and is the type of Flamingo that greets the visitors to the Honolulu Zoo.
The Crowned Crane is a majestic bird with a yellow topknot on the crown, black plumage, white and yellow wing-coverts and a black forehead.
The African Spoonbill is a long-legged wading bird. Its height is 90 cm (36″). Its body is predominantly white, except for its red legs, face, and bill. Its wing is 365-403 mm long.
The Blacksmith Plover is a medium sized lapwing bird approximately 12 inches long. It is a strikingly patterned bird with red eyes, and very long legs.
The Cockatiels strangest habit is perching lengthwise along a stout limb of a dead tree. This habit is baffling to all who study Cockatiels.
Crested Pigeons are quite abundant and can be found in most of Australia except in the areas of heavy rainfall.
Crested Oropendolas can be found in South America. Specifically, in the Amazon River Basin region or other tropical areas.
When they are eating, one bird will keep watch and if disturbed, the entire flock will fly off.
The King vulture, also known as the American king vulture, is the most strikingly colored of the New World vultures.