Named for its deep blue -almost indigo -- crown, this little bird is native to Mindanao, according to Wildscreen Arkive. They have marks of the same color around their red, daggerlike bills, making them look like they have a cheeky little mustache; the rest of them is a deep orange. Since they keep so still and only occasionally dive down for fish, they are difficult to find, but their calls can be heard just before dawn. Instead of fish, they feed mostly on smaller frogs and some bugs -- locusts, beetles, and snails, just to name a few. These are an active, relatively social bunch, with a mating season that can span for more than half the year.