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Feathered Friends
Do you know the names of bird species in Spanish?

Feathered Friends

This Spanish Easy Review picture quiz will review some of the Spanish names for our feathered friends! Tweet-tweet! No matter what language you may call them in, they are one of nature’s fascinations. After all, they can do something we humans cannot do. They can fly! That’s without an airplane! Now let’s see how quickly you can fly through this quiz! For each feathery friend that is shown in all capitalized letters, quickly locate their Spanish counterpart (or translation).

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1.
Put two ROOSTERS together and they are bound to fight.
derechas
raíces
gallos
cuervos
The Spanish word for roosters is gallos.
2.
Shirley Temple went looking for a BLUEBIRD in one of her movies.
pavos
azulejo
pájaro
pollos
The Spanish word for bluebird is azulejo.
3.
Did you know that a HUMMINGBIRD can hover in one place and fly backwards?
colibrí
capullo
canario
pollito
The Spanish word for hummingbird is colibrí.
4.
Many people have CANARIES as pets.
mirlos
cabezas
gallinas
canarios
The Spanish word for canaries is canarios.
5.
I don’t think that fox should mess with that CROW.
águila
ganso
cuervo
corteza
The Spanish word for crow is cuervo.
6.
It is said that DOVES represent peace.
pollos
palomas
patos
pollitos
The Spanish name of doves is palomas.
7.
A mother duck and her DUCKLINGS are crossing the road.
patitos
patos
pollitos
pollos
The Spanish word for ducklings is patitos.
8.
The bird of the United States is the bald EAGLE!
gallina
flamenco
águila
mirlo
The Spanish word for eagle is águila.
9.
FLAMINGOS are large, pink birds.
cabras
flamencos
gallinas
chaquetas
The Spanish word for flamingos is flamencos.
10.
Some people keeps HENS as pets so they can have fresh eggs every day.
mirlos
pollitos
pavos
gallinas
The Spanish word for hens is gallinas.
Author:  Christine G. Broome

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