1) Which bird can rotate its head a 180 degrees on either side?
(a) The Nightjar (b) The Roller (c) The Owl (d) The Peacock
2) Which is the weakest sense of birds?
(a) Smell (b) Taste (c) Hearing (d) walking
3) Which birds are known as flying jewels? Thousands of them were killed in the early part of this century and their feathers used for women’s ornaments.
(a) Parrots (b) Hummingbirds (c) Peacock (d) Pheasants
4) Which bird can throw its voice, like a ventriloquist, to mislead attackers?
(a) Cassowaries (b) Bitterns (c) Grebes (d) All
5) Which is the only bird that can move both the upper and lower parts of its beaks?
(a)Falcon (b) Vulture (c) Parrot (d) Pigeon
6) Birds have a special organ for producing voice, situated at the fork of the windpipe. What is this called?
(a)Syrinx (b) Ortholarynx (c) Audior (d)Windpipe box
7) What do the Tailor birds use to sew their nest leaves together to form their nests?
(a)Fresh grass (b) Dried grass (c) Spider webs (d) Coconut leave sticks
8) What is special about a Woodpecker’s tongue?
(a)As soon as it catches its prey it rolls up seven times crushing it (b) It is straight and stiff with an adhesive attachment at the end (c) It is four times the length of the beak and has a barbed tip (d) all
9) Which bird family has a symbiotic relationship with the giraffe?
(a) The Egrets (b) The Drongos (c) The Ox-peckers (d) The Peacock
10) Identify this bird; this is a national bird of Antigua and Barbuda.
(a) Golden eagle (b) Magnificent frigate bird (c) Rufous hornero (d) Common kestrel
1-c, 2-a, 3-b, 4-c, 5-c, 6-a, 7-c, 8-c, 9-c, 10-b