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Do you want to teach your child about the different kinds of waterfowl found all over the world? Are you thinking of beginning with flamingos? If you are looking for flamingo coloring pages, then you have landed at the right place.

Flamingos are famous for their hooked bills and bright feathers. There are six main species of flamingo, most of which reside in South America, Africa, Asia, and Europe. Here are top ten flamingo coloring pages that will surely be a hit with your child!

Top 10 Flamingo Coloring Pages Your Toddler Will Love To Color:

1. Flamingo:

Here is a realistic flamingo coloring image. Do you know why flamingos are pink in color? The flamingo has pink feathers as it consumes a diet that is rich in beta-carotene!

2. American Flamingo:

The coloring page features an American Flamingo. The American Flamingo is the only species of flamingo native to North America. These flamingos live in the tropical and subtropical regions especially near lakes, lagoons, and mangrove swamps.

[ Read: Pelican Coloring Pages ]

3. F For Flamingo:

Here’s an F for Flamingo coloring sheet to add to your child’s alphabet coloring book. Print out this coloring sheet and let him color the funny flamingo while tracing the letter F. The coloring sheet is a fun way to teach him his alphabets!

4. Lawn Flamingo:

A plastic pink flamingo is a popular lawn accessory in the United States. Don Featherstone designed it in 1957. He even won an Ig Nobel Prize for Art in 1996 for it!

5. A Flamingo Standing On One Leg:

Flamingos have a habit of standing with their one leg up. The long legs of flamingos allow them to wade deep into the water and feed on tiny animals like mollusks, insects, larvae, and algae.

[ Read: Swan Coloring Pages ]

6. Daisy Duck With Flamingo:

Here is a coloring image featuring Daisy Duck with a flamingo. Daisy Duck is trying to imitate the Flamingo by raising one of her legs. The forest backdrop with trees, pond, lilies and hibiscus is making the coloring page look fabulous. While coloring this page, your child can fine-tune his motor skills.

7. Caribbean Flamingo:

Here is the Caribbean flamingo coloring page in its signature stance. The Caribbean flamingo is the brightest and one of the largest flamingos. It has bright streaks of pink, red and orange on its face, legs, and bill. Ask your child to use these vibrant hues to complete a stunning artwork. You can frame it later to decorate his room.

[ Read: Cute Duck Coloring Pages ]

8. A Simple Flamingo Coloring Page:

Here is a simple outlined pictures of flamingos to color. Flamingos are extremely social birds. More than thousands of them live together in a single colony. Flamingos are mainly non-migratory birds, but they may relocate due to environmental changes like rising water levels due to global warming.

9. A Flamingo Drinking Water From The Lake:

The coloring sheet beautifully captures a natural and serene scene of a flamingo drinking water from a lake. The Flamingo uses its tongue to suck water and pump it out through the sides. Its bill has plates that act as a filter to trap the tiny, water creatures.

10. Join The Dots- Flamingo:

Which bird is hiding here? Tell your child to find out by joining the dots from 1 to 28. Our connect-the-dot flamingo coloring sheet is a great way to make your child practice counting his numbers! Your child can then go ahead and add some bright colors to the flamingo’s plumage.

[ Read: Macaw Coloring Pages ]

We are sure your child will have great fun while painting this bunch of flamingo coloring sheets. You can use similar coloring sheets to introduce your child to different wildlife using the play way method. Do remember to share the artwork of your little creative genius with us.

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