You can recognize American flamingos instantly to see their pink color, large bill, long necks, and stilt-like legs.
In summer, roseate spoonbills are readily available in Texas. However, in winter, these birds migrate to Mexico.
Having pinkish-white plumage overall, greater flamingos have red wing coverts, common in southern Europe.
Like other flamingo species, adult Chilean flamingos have smaller heads and longer necks compared to their body size.
In appearance, pink robins are brownish-black above with a dark throat and head. Pink robins are available in southern Victoria.
In appearance, major-Mitchell’s cockatoos feature pink on the sides of their head, neck, and wings.
Rose-breasted cockatoos have a pale to mid-grey back, a lighter pink crest, and pink throughout the breast.
In appearance, brown-capped rosy-finches are small songbirds, featuring a conical bill, a shorter tail, and rather longer wings.
Pink-headed fruit doves have a purple-pink head, neck, and throat. Most importantly, males are brighter than females.
In appearance, Bourke’s parrots are small, featuring mostly grey-brown above and pinkish below.