It is like a national bird in Qatar and most of the Gulf countries, which have falcon hospitals to provide necessary treatment to the king of birds
Of course, the best known story about the little wren comes from Greek mythology - the wren becoming the king of birds
when it concealed itself in the plumage of the eagle.
As the lion was traditionally considered the king of beasts and the eagle was the king of birds
, the griffin was thought to be an especially powerful and majestic creature.
The video's title literally means "30 birds" but also refers to the mythical king of birds
The griffon vulture, king of birds
, is first on the list of non-kosher food.
Being an amalgam of the king of beasts and the king of birds
, the griffin was considered both a symbol of royal majesty and divine power.
Half human and half bird, Garuda is Lord Visnu's vahana (vehicle) and is also known as king of birds
The Roman legions conquered most of Europe fighting under the eagle standard,and throughout North America this king of birds
was revered as divine.
The songs of dozens of birds drift across the rainforest, dominated by the cries of a crested drongo, known locally as the king of birds
The griffin had the power of the king of birds
and the king of beast, which made it doubly royal and strong.
When fully grown, the eagle, which is known as the king of birds
, can have a 7-foot wingspan and is 30 to 41 inches long.
Madonna With Child, Hero of the Western World, Romulus the Victor, and King of Birds
(all works 1992).
Another was King of Birds
, a mystical meditation on a Darwinist scrap to be top bird.
Why is it that I and so many like me get pleasure in just watching that king of birds
- the kite.