Weird Birds
Weird Birds are one of the most unusual creations that we have in this world. . Maximum output with some simple thoughts...
Have you ever observed house sparrows pecking at the mortar between bricks on a house foundation? Or have you seen evening grosbeaks or flocks of other seed-eating birds on a snowy road that has just been treated with sand? These birds are getting grit for their gizzards. What is grit? And what is a gizzard? The gizzard is the muscular stomach that seed-eating birds have. Food passing through the gizzard is broken down as the gizzards muscles contract. Grit (in the form of small stones, sand, or even eggshells consumed by birds) resides in the gizzard, helping to speed the food processing. We offer grit in the form of a pile of coarse sand left over from a building project. We often see sparrows, finches, and mourning doves getting grit from our sand pile. You can offer grit on the ground or on a platform feeder

Greater Sage Grouse
Western Parotia
Roseate Spoonbills
White Peacocks
Marabou Stork
Blue Bird of Paradise
Sri Lanka Frog mouth

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