beauty of nature. Hoopoe Bird

The Hoopoe (Upupa epops) is a charming bird with a prominent crest that is frequently left in a spread-out stance. The head, neck, mantle, and underparts region of the mature male are covered in pinkish plumage. There is more white on the belly and rump. Round wings with a tendency for black and white barring are present. The tail is also spherical, black, and has one clearly visible white band. The crest has white tips with a sandy hue. When it is on display, despite being frequently depressed, it unfolds into a lovely fan shape. The eyes are brown, and the bill is 5 to 6 cm length and blackish in hue. Grey defines the legs and feet.