Kakapo: The Kakapo, also known as the Night Parrot, is a large, flightless parrot from New Zealand.
Potoo: Potoos are nocturnal birds found in Central and South America.
Superb Bird-of-Paradise: This small bird from New Guinea is known for its extraordinary courtship dance.
Secretary Bird: Native to Africa, the Secretary Bird has long legs, an eagle-like head, and a distinctive appearance.
Helmeted Guineafowl: These birds are known for their unique call that resembles raucous laughter, earning them the nickname "bushman's alarm clock."
Spoonbill: Spoonbills are wading birds with distinctive, spoon-shaped bills.
Kookaburra: Native to Australia, the Kookaburra is famous for its raucous call, often described as sounding like a hearty, human-like laugh.
Hoopoe: Hoopoes are known for their striking crests and unique courtship displays, which involve opening and closing their wings like an umbrella.
Cockatoo: These parrots are not only skilled mimics but also have playful and mischievous personalities.