Need a little shot of color in your world? Check out this vivid color of the American Flamingos (Phoenicopterus ruber), or Caribbean Flamingos as they are sometimes (inaccurately) called .
The flamingos were putting on quite a show today. The whole group participated in some sort of wild courtship ritual that started out slowly with a few honks and a lot of robotic-like head twisting, and then escalated to much higher volume and frequency of honks and twists, wing flaps by various males (at 30 sec in the video), and finally strutting in unison to the military-like whistles of some bird or other (at 40 sec in the video). This is illustrated in the video below (I hope).