examples of birds 
There are more than 9,000 species of birds scattered around the world.
Bird originating in the Americas with a bald head and neck covered with outgrowths; it is raised in captivity for its meat.
Bird originally from Asia and characterized by its long tail; its meat is highly prized. Certain pheasants are raised solely for hunting.
Web-footed aquatic bird spending most of its time on water; the domestic duck is raised for its meat and for the production of foie gras.
Wild terrestrial bird with a bald head and horned comb originally from Africa and domesticated in Europe for its meat.
Generally grain-eating bird prized for its meat and its keen sense of direction (carrier pigeon).
Web-footed bird of the Northern hemisphere better adapted to land than water; certain species are raised mainly for the production of foie gras.