BIRDS OF PARADISE Coloring Page Downloads


Download any of the 8 pages below to color from our new book: BIRDS OF PARADISE (A Coloring Expedition)






Screen Shot 2016-07-20 at 1.56.57 PMGreater Bird-of-Paradise

With the yellow plumes from his flanks cascading over his back in an explosion of color, the male Greater Bird-of-Paradise shows why his feathers have been treasured by plume hunters for centuries.




Screen Shot 2016-07-20 at 1.59.19 PMKing Bird-of-Paradise

The male King Bird-of-Paradise is one of the smallest birds-of-paradise, but what he lacks in size he makes up for in color.




Screen Shot 2016-07-20 at 2.01.21 PMKing of Saxony Bird-of-Paradise

With two antenna-like plumes sprouting from his head, the male King of Saxony Bird-of-Paradise is a feathered wonder.




Screen Shot 2016-07-20 at 2.03.37 PMRaggiana Bird-of-Paradise

Performing the “flower pose,” the male Raggiana Bird-of-Paradise turns away from the female with his head downward so that the plumes from his flanks fall like flower petals over his back.




Red Bird-of-ParadiseScreen Shot 2016-07-20 at 2.05.22 PM

As daylight breaks, sunlight reaches the leafy canopy of a towering forest tree. A male Red Bird-of-Paradise turns his body, wings open, to face downward from a bare branch.




Stephanie’s AstrapiaScreen Shot 2016-07-20 at 2.07.04 PM

Probing a cluster of schefflera fruits, the male Stephanie’s Astrapia pries individual fruits free and tosses them down his throat.




Victoria’s RiflebirdScreen Shot 2016-07-20 at 2.08.31 PM

His blunt-tipped wing feathers unfurled, the male Victoria’s Riflebird reveals how female mating preferences have altered wing shape to form an ornament at the expense of aerodynamics.




Wilson’s Bird-of-ParadiseScreen Shot 2016-07-20 at 2.10.23 PM

He may be small, but the male Wilson’s Bird-of-Paradise is striking and colorful. They are the embodiment of ornamental extremes, with curled tail feathers and a skullcap of bare blue skin.