Most Beautiful Birds in North AmericaThere are roughly 10,000 bird species in the world, and more than 900 have been recorded in North America. Here are some of the most beautiful birds that can be found on the continent.
The Top Ten
Beautiful bird, I love the soft shades of dark and light blue mixed together, gorgeous
Very beautiful bird, I love all the different shades of blue on his feathers.
A very common bird to see in North America, but it never gets old.
This bird is beautiful
Hummingbirds are so cute!
Wow... this picture is so stunning. The epitome of freedom. The Bald eagle is a beautiful bird also.
Such an elegant looking bird. It’s one of the most beautiful birds of prey of all time.
Kingfishers are very rare, I only saw one of them once.
I never knew these existed, they look beautiful.
This bird is interesting
kinda looks like a squirrel
Love them, but their call is terrifying. It sounds like a girl screaming.
I love this owl specie, it's face is shaped like a heart.
This owl looks great as well.
This owl is majestic
I personally think these things are cute
It's Hedwig! (I am not a Harry potter fan and I am sick of people saying this when they see one of these owls)
The most beautiful owl.
Such a beautiful owl.
Am I the only who likes this bird because of that crest? It looks cool. Therefore, I do like birds a lot.
These are found in Europe and parts of Asia. They're very rare in North America.
Is it me or does this bird looks so funny and colorful?
The best looking owl in my opinion. Snowy owl is a close second though.
Beautiful. I like this species
These small hawks are so cute. I see them on powerlines a lot whenever we're driving through a rural area.
I saw a flock of them a couple years back in the states. They're really cool and funny looking birds.
I love these little birds, I see a lot of them during winter (I put up a bird feeder so I could see them).
Such an interesting and iconic bird. I have actually seen them before in Arizona. Wish we had them here in Canada. They're quite fun to watch.
I see this bird almost every day lol.