Feather Fun

Bird Anatomy Word Puzzle

By Tiellover

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Find as many bird body part words of three letters or more as you can.  Words are made up from letters that are horizontally, vertically, or diagonally adjacent in the grid.  You may use each letter only once per word.  I found 15 words.  How will you do?

(example – locate the word “Cake”)

  • 1-5 words:       You love birds, but they’re a mystery to you
  • 6-9 words:       You can find your way around a bird
  • 10-13 words:   You’re a bird brain (that’s a compliment!)
  • 14-15 words:   That’s why they call you Leader of the Flock!

Bonus: Three more things birds possess which are not body parts.

Answers can be found at the bottom of this page.

Search-a-Word fun!

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Welcome!  We hope you enjoy The Roost’s ‘Fun & Games’ page!

Make some tea, put your feet up, grab a pencil and enjoy an old fashion Search-A-Word – but with a birdie twist!  Enjoy!

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Sarah Ludick is a contributor for The Roost, including Feather Fun. Here’s Sarah and her birdie, Tigger the Angel

 

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Answers to Bird Anatomy Word Puzzle

Back                Ear                  Tail

Beak                Eyes                Toes

Breast              Leg                  Tongue

Cere                Neck               Vent

Crest               Nose                Wing

Bonus words: Wit, Reason, Song

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