The naturally adorned face of the spectacled owl (Pulsatrix perspicillata) can be seen from southern Mexico to Paraguay, Brazil, and Argentina. The abundant bird has been spotted at elevations as high as 4,000 feet but mainly lives in lower lands. Photographed at New York State Zoo, Watertown, New York.
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Javan Rhinoceros Hornbill Status: Near Threatened The beak of the Javan rhinoceros hornbill (Buceros rhinoceros silvestris) lends it a likeness to the horned land mammal. In flight, its black wings curve toward its head while its white tail feathers with a semicircle of black spread out like a fan. Photographed at Cincinnati Zoo, Ohio.