We know birds as some of the most beautiful creatures in the world, especially when it comes to the rarest birds in the world.
These beautiful birds come in all shapes, sizes, and colors. You really can’t get bored of them.
Unfortunately, things like deforestation, climate change, and human activity have pushed them to the brink of extinction.
Even so, several conservation projects are currently underway to help the most vulnerable species and bring them back to the brink of extinction.
Here is a list of the rarest birds in the world:
You may have seen golden pheasants at zoos, but those are most likely hybrids. Real golden pheasants live in the western forests of China. Their name comes from the golden feathers on their crests, making them look gorgeous.
These colorful birds can grow up to 41 inches, and their tails make up two-thirds of their entire body length. Golden pheasants are difficult to find today and are very little known about them as you can rarely see them in their natural habitat.