Bird Identification: Tips for Beginners
|Bird Identification: Tips for Beginners|
Watching birds is fun when you're walking or just exploring nature. Always neat to watch small birds fly around shrubs or see a big bird rises in the sky or even watch a quick fly that flies along the water. Knowing what these birds are and what they do is helping you to enjoy even the same birds as the bird. Being able to identify those birds will help you to understand that these fast aircraft actually take flight flies and eat insects.
However, a beginner can start working hard. There are different types of birds and their name is confusing. It's hard to know what to do to get the birds apart. Well, I want to show you that by following some simple tips you can start learning how to identify the birds. You can not run the marathon if you do not leave your chair and start walking.
The first thing that realizes is the size of the bird. How big is it? It can be guessed hard, especially if the bird is far or sitting in a branch of a tree up. A good way to guess is to think of something you know size and try to compare it with its size. For example, you might know how much the soccer ball is. Is the bird bigger, smaller, or the same size as a soccer ball? This is just a general idea for a small, medium or large bird.
Another way to estimate the size of a bird is to get it familiar with the size of the birds. For example, the carrot is a small bird, the pigeon is a medium bird and is a big bird in the bird. Is the bird you see as similar to one of them?
Next, what is the overall shape of the bird? Is it short and oily or tall and thin with long legs? Is there a short tail or a tail? Are the feathers standing on their heads? It does not need to be done in detail, but you can only look at the bird and consider the overall appearance. This shape can help you identify the type of bird.
After seeing the bird's shape, look at the behavior of the bird. What does the bird do? Is it flying around the hills of the trees, or is the tree trunk looking for food? Also, if the bird is part of a herd or only one, you will notice it. Does it stay on trees or shrubs or land on the ground? How to move on the ground – by hiking or hopping? These are all clues that help you determine which bird is.
Now stop and look around you to see what kind of habitat you are in and see exactly the same bird. Are you near a lake, in the woods or on the mountain ridge? Different types of birds live in different habitats and know what your habitat can help you with the type of bird you are in.
Lastly, it's color when you look at the bird. It may sound easy and easy to do, but it can be harder than you think. Before the bird flies, you may not have much time, so it's best to look and remember. When flying, focus on the head, neck, back, breast and tail feathers.
Just look at the overall color of the bird if you do not have much time to fly the bird. Is the entire bird a color or is it different from one color and chest? Is a bird in a color or streak? Is there a bird on the neck? What about wings?
Remembering the different colors of a bird can be difficult on its own. But now you need to know that a particular type of birds may vary at different times. Also, some young birds may have different colors than adults and women and men, and their color may vary. Just look at the bird's eye you see in your guidebook.
If you follow these simple steps, you can better understand the birds and just start today. Look at the bird outside your window. How big is it? what does it look like? What kind of habitat is located in? What is the color of the bird? You see, you just did it Now it's better to know the natural world around you.
After seeing the bird's shape, look at the behavior of the bird. What does the bird do? Do you fly around the hills of the trees or do they go up and down the trunk looking for food? Also note if the bird is part of a herd or alone. Do they stay on trees or shrubs or fall on the ground? If they move on the ground – walking or moving? These are all tips that help you determine the type of bird.
Stop now and look around to see what kind of habitat you are and exactly where you see the bird. Are you near a lake, a forest or a mountain meadow? Different types of birds live in different habitats and realize that habitats can help you reduce the type of bird you look for.
The last thing to look at when looking at a bird is color. It may sound simple and easy, but it may be more difficult than thinking. Before flying to the bird, you may not have much time, so it's best to look and remember. When flying, focus on head, neck, back, chest and tail blade.
If you do not have a lot of time before bird jumping, just see the bird's general colors. Does the whole bird have a single color, a monochrome substitute and a colored mammal? The bird's head is a single color or there are lines in his head? Are there any signs of a bird's neck? What about suites?
You may recall the colors of the birds. But now, keep in mind that some bird species may be different in color at different times. Also, some small birds may have different colors than adults or women and men, and their color may vary. Just look at the color bird you see and search it in your guide.
If you follow these simple steps and start the day, it's best to identify birds better. How big is the bird outside your window? what does it look like? What kind of habitat is located in? What is the color of the bird? You see, you just did it Now it's better to know the natural world around you.