These Birds Are So Rare, So Exotic That You’ve Probably NEVER Heard of Them.

By | September 9, 2014

The Earth is full of creatures we have yet to encounter, and these next birds might as well be on that list. I bet you’ve never seen any of these exotic-looking, almost alien-like birds. All I have to say is WOW.

#1. The Royal Flycatcher

royal flycatcher

#2. Spangled Cotinga

spangled cotinga

#3. Splendid Astrapia

splendid astrapia

#4. Splendid Fairywren

splendid fairywren

#5. Turquoise Browed Motmot

turquoise browed motmot

#6. Twelve Wired Bird-of-Paradise

twelve wired bird of paradise

#7. White Throated Kingfisher

white throated kingfisher

#8. Wilson’s Bird-of-Paradise

wilsons bird-of-paradise

#9. Bare Throated Bellbird

bare throated bellbird

#10. Capped Heron

capped heron

#11. Curl Crested Aracari

curl crested aracari

#12. Darnauds Barbet

d'arnaud's barbet

#13. Guaianan Cock of the Rock

guaianan cock-of-the-rock

#14. Horned Sungem

horned sungem

#15. Inca Tern

inca tern

#16. Kea

kea

#17. King of Saxony Bird-of-Paradise

king of saxony bird-of-paradise

#18. Lilac Breasted Roller

lilac-breasted roler

#19. Livingstone’s Turaco

livingstone's turaco

#20. Long Tailed Widowbird

long tailed widowbird

#21. Malabar Pied Hornbill

malabar pied hornbill

#22. Malayan Banded Pitta

malayan banded pitta

#23. Purple Crowned Fairywren

purple crowned fairywren

#24. Purple Gallinule

purple gallinule

#25. Red Bearded Bee Eater

red bearded bee eater

#26. Red Naped Trogon

red naped trogon

#27. Red Necked Tanager

red necked tanager

#28. Resplendent Quetzal

resplendent quetzal

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