Magnificent Frigatebird (Fregata magnificens)

Set of scaled side and front drawings of the Magnificent Frigatebird

The Magnificent Frigatebird (Fregata magnificens) is the largest species of all frigatebirds. Male magnificent frigatebirds are all-black with a scarlet throat pouch that inflates during the breeding season. Female magnificent frigatebirds are also black, but have a white breast and no neck pouch. Both male and females have brown banding on their wings. Magnificent frigatebirds are found throughout the tropical region of the Atlantic Ocean, but can also be seen in the Pacific coasts of North and South America. Magnificent frigatebirds eat fish, squid, jellyfish, and crustaceans. They are not in danger of extinction and are currently listed as least concern.

Scaled collection of drawings of Magnificent Frigatebird flying with wingspan dimensions

The Magnificent Frigatebird has a wingspan in the range of 85.4”-96” (217-244 cm) and total weight of 2.2-4.2 lb (1-1.9 kg). The body of the Magnificent Frigatebird has an overall length between 35”-44.9” (89-114 cm), body width of 7.5”-9.4” (19-24 cm), and standing height of roughly 12.2”-15.75” (31-40 cm). The typical lifespan of the Magnificent Frigatebird is between 10-22 years.

Details

*Under Development*

Height:
12.2”-15.75” | 31-40 cm
Width:
85.4”-96” | 217-244 cm (Wingspan)
Depth:
Length:
35”-44.9” | 89-114 cm
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Weight:
2.2-4.2 lb | 1-1.9 kg
Area:
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Body Width: 7.5”-9.4” | 19-24 cm

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Scientific Name:
Fregata magnificens
Lifespan:
10-22 years

Properties

Drawings include:

Magnificent Frigatebird side view, front, flying (assorted)

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Seabirds are a species of bird that spends most of its life in marine habitats. Seabirds generally live longer, breed later, and have fewer young than other birds. Seabirds also tend to nest in colonies and have extraordinarily long migrations, sometimes across the equator or around the world.

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