Top 10 Birds With Mohawks
Eurasian Hoopoe: is the most common member of the hoopoe family Upupidae. These birds with mohawks range throughout Europe, Asia, and North Africa. They prefer to forage in grasslands.
Victoria Crowned Pigeon:Case in point, the Victoria crowned pigeon, a member of the pigeon and dove family Columbidae. Named after Queen Victoria of England.
Great Curassow: is a member of the ground-feeding bird family Galliformes which includes turkeys, chickens, and quails. These pheasant-looking birds range from Mexico in the north to northern.
Golden Pheasant: is another showy example of birds with mohawks. While native to China, wild populations now live throughout Europe, North and South America, and Australasia.
Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo:is one of the most recognizable birds with mohawks in the world. These large white birds belong to the cockatoo family Cacatuidae.
Royal Flycatcher:the family Tityridae, with debate currently ongoing as to the number of species and subspecies. These tiny birds with mohawks range throughout Central America and South America.
Tufted Titmouse:is one of the smaller birds with mohawks. It lives year-round throughout the eastern United States and does not migrate. In general, its preferred habitats include mixed woodlands.
Philippine Eagle:is a member of the eagle family Accipitridae. It lives only in highland, old-growth forests across several of the larger Philippine islands.
Grey Crowned Crane:the grey crowned crane belongs to the crane family Gruidae. Its range includes large swaths of arid savannah throughout both East and South Africa.
Dalmatian Pelican: is the largest pelican and among the world’s largest flying birds. Typically, they measure 5 feet, 3 inches to 6 feet long, and weigh between 16 and 33.1 pounds.