Avian (Bird) Anatomy – Images of Bird Eye Anatomy / Sensory Perception

Main Article: Avian Medical Terms / Health & Diseases by Jeannine Miesle, MA, Allied Member, Association of Avian Veterinarians …

Avian Anatomy Image Gallery (NOTE: Some of the images / illustrations on this and linked pages may be too graphic for young audiences. We recommend parental supervision and approval.)


Sensory Perception

Avian Eye http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=avian+eye&view=detailv2&&&id=5B92782A59DB83A52135C441C060 3030BAE5246C&selectedIndex=7&ccid=l6bi1YzK&simid=608037747549145014&thid=JN.x%2fEWR3QulR9T cdY04z%2bm2g&ajaxhist=0

Avian (Bird) Eye

Avian Eye http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=avian+eye&view=detailv2&&&id=99652038F03DC22F178C77D53043FE787D065 0A0&selectedIndex=5&ccid=TcWrBL73&simid=608054407734100980&thid=JN.MOQXR799X47%2bkrVjwucUsA&ajaxhis t=0

Avian Eye

Avian Eye muscles http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=avian+eye&view=detailv2&&&id=B8CA124C5D75DC10802F8E57E11CC3575DE 04DFB&selectedIndex=403&ccid=OYjNG%2fgi&simid=607989257379053594&thid=JN.JDCsoFqkW9J5JG0AYkQsdg&aj axhist=0

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    Avian Eye muscles

    Nictitating Membrane http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=nictitating+membrane+in+birds&view=detailv2&&&id=A7DB15B20F6457EDA7B33 3C042133CC6C99E1A98&selectedIndex=134&ccid=7CIc5nQH&simid=608013987803824577&thid=JN.A5gNNugLCGqO M0tEwUG6DA&ajaxhist=0

    Nictitating Membrane

    Cataract in eye http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=cataracs+in+birds&view=detailv2&&&id=A38B0646AA56D683536ED7 08DDFCEBC35E361DBA&selectedIndex=2&ccid=qcF4Rl0J&simid=608047780567387800&thid=HN.6080477 80567387800

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      Cataract in eye

      Hematoma on bird’s eye. http://littlecrittersvet.com/PhotoGallery/EXOTIC-PET-PHOTOS/DSC00838

      Hematoma on Bird's eye

      Lateral canthus and nasal canthus (pl: canthi): Lateral, temporal, or outer canthus is the corner of the eye closer to the ear or back of the head. Inner, nasal, or medial canthus is close to the beak and holds the tear ducts.

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      Lateral canthus and nasal canthus (pl: canthi):

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        Avian Ear Structure http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=avian+ear&view=detailv2&&&id=8A755B95196B5F7DAADEFC2A4D1 FCE33E3042863&selectedIndex=2&ccid=4oUoo0%2fj&simid=608042510676986302&thid=JN.Fzcviz2jyu8Fi2 7ZCW0jQA&ajaxhist=0

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          Avian Ear structure

          Ear meatus http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=avian+ear&view=detailv2&&&id=2BF1BC54ED18533DD7A5AAF67B46AACAFAB 91140&selectedIndex=16&ccid=3iF6RFm5&simid=608011114461596215&thid=JN.NW7p5qHUyMExUK9UYcf8wQ&ajax hist=0

          Ear meatus


           

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          Jeannine Miesle

          Jeannine Miesle, M.A., M.Ed, Allied Member, Association of Avian Veterinarians is an important contributor to Beauty of Birds. Jeannine has done considerable writing, proofreading and editing for journals and newsletters over the years. She had taught English and music in the schools and presently is an organist at Bethany Church in West Chester, Ohio. She also administrates a Facebook group, The Science of Avian Health.

          Jeannine takes in rescued cockatiels and presently has twelve birds. When they come to her they remain as part of her flock.