Scientific Name: Geococcyx
The roadrunner is one of the most fastest running birds. It is found in the southwestern part of the United States. It has a long tail and a blue-black crest. In addition, it can grow up to 2 feet tall.
You will usually find roadrunners along quiet roads, such as arid grasslands and low deserts.
The roadrunner either lives alone or in pairs. The reproductive cycle is during spring to mid-summer. Roadrunners are monogamous and will mate for life.
Threats & Status
According to the IUCN, the special status is low concern.
They can run as fast as 27 miles per hour.