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A nice easy one to start: this is a wild common kingfisher (Alcedo atthis). They are common in Europe, Asia and North Africa, and famously perch on riverbanks to hunt fish.
If you did not realise that this was a domestic bird, you need to spend some more time on a farm. It is of course a chicken (Gallus gallus domesticus).
This is fairly obviously wild. It is the wonderfully-named knobbed hornbill (Rhyticeros cassidix), which lives in the forests of Indonesia. Like many species there, it is threatened by habitat loss.
This is a kind of sea duck known as a king eider (Somateria spectabilis). It is wild. King eiders are closely related to common eiders (Somateria mollissima), which are the source of the soft feathers known as "eiderdown".
This is where things start to get a little trickier. Despite its exotic appearance this is actually a domestic bird. It is a breed of chicken called a silkie. As well as their unusually fluffy appearance, they have extra toes on their feet as a result of a genetic mutation.
This is a wild Victoria crowned pigeon (Goura victoria). These pigeons are only found on the island of New Guinea. They are flightless and grow to a length of 29in (74cm), which is enormous for a pigeon.
This is a domestic Muscovy duck (Cairina moschata), also known (mostly by chefs) as a Barbary duck. They originally hail from South America, where they are common to this day.
This beautiful scarlet macaw (Ara macao) was photographed in the wild in South America. They remain widespread, and have also been bred in captivity.
This is a breed of domestic chicken called a Houdan. They come from France, and are so old that nobody really knows anything much about their origins.
This is a beautiful wild bird called a violet turaco (Musophaga violacea). They live in west Africa.
It may not look like much, but this is one of the most famous of all domestic birds. It is a homing pigeon or carrier pigeon (Columba livia domesticus). A close relative of the feral pigeons that plague many city centres, they can navigate home over long distances. In a much-publicised stunt in 2009, a homing pigeon carried a memory stick 60 miles across South Africa – thus transmitting the data significantly faster than the country's creaky broadband service.
This common pheasant (Phasianus colchicus) is living wild in the UK. Pheasants are iconic game birds in Britain, but they originally hail from Asia.
This is a breed of domestic goose called a Pomeranian, or sometimes a Rügener goose.
This is a domestic Narragansett turkey, which was once one of the most important turkey breeds in the US.
This is a bit of a trick question. It is a wild bird called a red junglefowl (Gallus gallus), but these birds are the closest wild relatives of modern domestic chickens. Almost certainly, domestic chickens are junglefowl whose ancestors were domesticated.
This bizarre-looking wild bird is a grey crowned crane (Balearica regulorum). They live in sub-Saharan Africa and are noted for their elaborate courtship dances.
This is a wild jandaya parakeet (Aratinga jandaya), which lives in Brazil. They are popular as pets.
These are pet birds called barred parakeets (Bolborhynchus lineola). In the wild they are common across large areas of South America. They are one of the species that can mimic human speech.
This is a wild cockatiel (Nymphicus hollandicus) from Australia. Although cockatiels are popular as pets, this individual is not domesticated.
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