Pretty bird coloring picture: iridescent plumage in all colors

 

Some are astonished by their lovely singing, others by their magnificent plumage – each bird is unique, as is each bird coloring picture. They are just as different, because each animal is a little miracle in its own way. These free printable bird drawings are so varied and different that there is something for everyone. The special advantage: Children can color the image as they please and use all colors of the rainbow. There are no limits to creativity and the little ones can color until their heart's content. However, in order to stay exactly within the lines and achieve even color, a certain amount of skill and endurance is necessary. Coloring is an activity which combines fun and learning all in one.

  • Swan coloring page
    Swan
  • cute sparrow coloring page
    cute sparrow
  • Dove coloring page
    Dove
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    colored by Samira, Wartenberg
  • Hummingbird in flight coloring page
    Hummingbird in flight
  • Kingfisher coloring page
    Kingfisher
  • Jay coloring page
    Jay
  • When using bird coloring pages, these 10 points are important

    1. Choose a coloring page featuring a bird that you like.

    2. Gather your coloring materials such as crayons, markers, or colored pencils.

    3. Take a look at the coloring page and carefully observe the different parts of the bird, such as the beak, wings, and tail.

    4. Consider the colors of the bird in real life and choose the colors that you will use to color the bird.

    5. Start coloring the bird, following the outlines of the drawing and filling in the colors carefully and evenly.

    6. Pay attention to the details of the bird, such as the patterns on its feathers and the shading on its body.

    7. Use different shades of the same color to add depth and dimension to your coloring.

    8. Take your time and enjoy the coloring process, being mindful of the bird's unique features and characteristics.

    9. Once you have finished coloring the bird, take a step back and admire your work. You can add additional details or make any final adjustments if needed.

    10. Display your finished coloring page proudly, either by hanging it on the wall or sharing it with friends and family.

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    Bird eating berries
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    Hummingbird on tree trunk
  • Singing Sparrow coloring sheet
    Singing Sparrow
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    Crane

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