The generator gives you 15 random names combined with 2 Latin names, each of which is a partial bird name. This means that you always get a name that might exist but does not exist in real life (there is no bird to fit the name). We didn't include the meanings of names for preventing clutter, but typically online translators and dictionaries come very close, if you want the meaning of a word.
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What is a Scientific Bird? A scientific bird is defined as any type of bird that has been shown to use its eyes to catch and/or recognize its food or other objects (such as fish) that are out in the environment. Scientists and wildlife experts use various types of science in order to prove that certain species do in fact have these natural abilities. This is important because it shows that the species has the capacity to use sight to detect food and other objects.
In addition to being able to see their food, some birds actually have a keen sense of hearing. Most birds will find food by sight and then make a point to listen for it. Many bird species have a rather unique way of catching their food. Some birds will even use their beaks and feet in order to grasp food items. Other birds will use their wings to pick up food and others will use their bodies in order to maneuver the food.
What is a Scientific Bird is not an easy question to answer, especially for the non-expert. This is especially true since the scientific field has changed over the years. As a result, we now know a great deal more about birds than we did in the past. One thing that has changed dramatically is the use of technology which makes it easier for scientists to study the bird population and its natural abilities.