Ospreys can soar with a wing span of 6 feet. The topside is brown, the underside is white, and the tail is brown. White eyes hidden by a black mask. They dive in feet first to grab fish.


This bird inhabits throughout most of North America wherever there's fish-holding water. Only two other heron species are larger than them in the globe.

Great Blue Heron

This species inhabits North and South America's Atlantic and Pacific shores. It's the smallest pelican but one of the largest seabirds. Pelican throat pouches catch fish.

Brown Pelicans

These birds have yellow beaks and feet and white heads. They build the world's largest nests, frequently 10 feet across. They consume largely fish, but will also eat rats, lizards, birds, and carrion.

Bald Eagles

These little birds with a 25-inch wingspan spend most of their time in the water and have brilliantly coloured beaks. Sand eels are a favourite food.

Atlantic Puffin

Emperor penguins weigh up to 99 pounds and are the largest penguins. These birds can dive over 1000 feet hunting fish and squid. They spend the summer months at sea, fishing.

Emperor Penguin

Only Antarctica lacks kingfishers. They dive for fish from these perches. This 10-inch-wingspan bird has a blue back and a reddish-brown underside.

Common Kingfisher

The wandering albatross has the greatest wingspan of any living bird at about 12 feet. They only land to breed and eat. They live above the vast ocean and rarely land.

Wandering Albatross

Twelve-pound black bird. Long, hooked beak. They swim and dive, resting between forays. In other places, a rope is tied around their neck to prevent gulping.

Great Cormorants

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