From The CIA World Factbook: Public Domain Images of Flags, Part 1: Birds
Posted by Laurie Frost on October 28, 2009
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My next couple of posts will show you some flags, chosen simply because I like them or because they are ones I haven’t often — or ever –seen. Nations are listed at the end of the post.
A number of flags feature birds of one sort or the other, including the sisserou parrot, golden bosun bird, frigate bird, bird of paradise, Zimbabwe bird, quetzal, and red-crested crane:
But most popular are eagles, sometimes with two heads, sometimes not.
- Christmas Island
- Papua New Guinea
- American Samoa
- Virgin Islands
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