In addition to paper cranes and flapping birds, there are hundreds of other bird models. Bird models are easy to create because a piece of paper has 4 corners and this corresponds with the 4 parts of a bird: head, tail, and two wings. Maybe you can try creating your own bird model.
Duck, Geese, Waterfowl
Flamingos, Herons, Ibis
Pelicans, Penguins, Puffins
Roosters, Toucans, Vulture
Books about Origami Birds
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- Birds in Origami by John Montroll
- Origami Birds by Michael G. LaFosse
- Origami Birds by Duy Nguyen
- Making Origami Birds Step by Step (Kid's Guide to Origami) by Michael G. LaFosse
- see these books in: USA, Canada, UK, Germany, France
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