Known for its brilliant pink feathers and a wingspan up to 5 feet, the American Flamingo is a stunning sight in the Caribbean and coastal South America.
With vibrant pink plumage and a distinctive spoon-shaped bill, the Roseate Spoonbill graces the wetlands of the southeastern U.S. and Central America.
This small bird, native to western North America, dazzles with iridescent pink feathers around its head and throat.
The Hoopoe, with its pinkish-brown body and long crest, is found across Africa, Europe, and Asia, known for its distinctive ‘oop-oop-oop’ call.
This small bird with a pink head and chest is a rare sight in the highlands of Guatemala and Chiapas, Mexico.
With pink highlights on its wings and belly, the Black Rosy-Finch thrives in the mountainous regions of the western U.S.
The Pink Robin, flaunting a vivid pink breast, adorns southeastern Australia's forests. A shy yet striking bird.
Known for its pink crest, the playful Pink Cockatoo brightens Australia's arid landscapes.