European Roller

Scientific name : Coracias garrulus
Other names: Български: Синявица , Brezhoneg: Korag-Europa , Català: Gaig blau , Česky: Mandelík hajní , Dansk: Ellekrage , Deutsch: Blauracke , Esperanto: Koracio , Español: Carraca europea , Eesti: Siniraag , Basque: Karraka (hegaztia) , Suomi: Sininärhi , Français: Rollier d'Europe , Magyar: Európai szalakóta , Italiano: Ghiandaia marina , 日本語: ニシブッポウソウ , Lietuviškai: Žalvarnis , Latviešu: Zaļā vārna , Nederlands: Scharrelaar , Norsk (nynorsk): Blåråke , Norsk: Blåråke , Polski: Kraska zwyczajna , Português: Rolieiro-europeu , Русский: Сизоворонка , Svenska: Blåkråka , Türkçe: Gökkuzgun , Українська: Сиворакша

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European rollers have a turquoise blue head and belly, their wings are blue and black, the back and parts of the surface of their upper wings are of a red-brown color. Females appear less colorful than the males, and the ...

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