This little fairy can ride on the back of her friend the bird - what a lovely way to travel! Have fun colouring in the picture...
Bird Colouring Pages
A growing, original collection of bird colouring pages for kids of all ages! We've got really simple outlines for younger kids and some very intricate "bird in habitat" colouring designs for older children too, as well as lots in between. Just print, and colour!
Every bird bath needs some birds to drink from it, to make the scene complete. Children can fill in the details on this lovely doodle page and then colour it in.
This pretty bird colouring page is perfect for your youngest children, who will love colouring in the simple outlines. Why not cut it out afterwards to display?
The cute little birds on this colouring page are perfect for a relaxing colouring activity. You can colour each one in a different colour if you like!
Male blackbirds are black, but females are dark brown. Which will you choose for this colouring page?
There's a small picture of a blackbird in the top corner of this colouring page to 'prompt' the children with their colouring.
Each of these British garden birds colouring pages has a small picture of the bird in the top corner so the children can copy the correct coloured markings when they colour the picture in.
Budgies are usually either blue, green and yellow or grey, but they are sometimes other colours too! Which colour will you choose to colour in this budgie?
Budgies are bright and colourful birds, so they're perfect for colouring pages! Have fun colouring in this cute budgie perched on a swing.
Did you know there's a colourful type of budgie called a rainbow budgie? You might want to choose some pretty rainbow colours for the budgies on this colouring page.
Here's a fun chicken colouring page - perfect for younger children with its bold lines and size. It's part of a set of similar farmyard printables.
Here's a printable chicken colouring page with simple outlines and the word underneath the picture for younger children.
There's nothing cuter than little chicks, and this colouring page has two of them, plus their mother too. Grab some crayons and colour them in...
In the Chinese Zodiac, roosters are known for being hard-working and talented. Use your artistic talents to colour in this rooster and make him bright and colourful for Chinese New Year!
This pretty little robin is all wrapped up against the winter cold, and wearing a Christmas hat as well as his red breast! We hope the kids enjoy colouring him in.
Print and colour this simple cockatoo colouring page, with bold outlines for younger children. Click the link below for our printable version.
Here is a simple crane colouring page for you to print and colour. It is believed a number of martial arts have moves inspired by the movements of these graceful birds.
These lovely outlines - of a bird and butterfly - are excellent for doodling around! Younger children could choose one pattern for the inside and another for the background, while older kids can sub-divide the shapes and get as intricate as they like.
These are my two favourite Doodle Pattern Tiles! I've seen some really fun designs done with the owl in particular. Kids can fill in each section of the design with their choice of doodle or pattern, using black and white pen or a mixture of colours.
I love this kiwi outline so much, I've repeated it twice! That will give the kids plenty of chance to experiment with the doodling, design and patterning skills...
Yes we know doves are white and don't need much colouring in, but we think this colouring page would look lovely with some simple grey shading for feathers! Also who says we have to stick to realism - why not have a pink or orange or even multicoloured dove?
Our dove doodle colouring page is so pretty with lots of detail - we hope it will appeal to older kids and adults too. Perfect for MLK Day and International Peace Day perhaps...
I think the duckling on our duck and duckling colouring looks more than a little mischievous. Enjoy colouring this cute duckling and his patient mother.
I love how the duck and duckling look at each other so fondly on the pond. Get out the colouring pencils and enjoy colouring our duck and pond colouring page.
Here is a simple outline duck colouring page for younger kids. The word is underneath the picture for younger children.
Here's a fun colouring scene that might be fun to colour after a trip to feed some ducks or a farmyard visit?
This flamingo is standing on one leg, but you'll probably want to sit down to colour it in! Have a go at colouring the other letters from the alphabet too, or print out the matching colour poster.
Flamingos are so bright and colourful children will love to colour our simple flamingo colouring page.
Did you know that a group of flamingos is rather fabulously called a 'flamboyance'? There's no doubt that flamingos are everywhere right now, on home decor and even clothing! You can create your own flamingo masterpiece by colouring in this fantastic circle colouring page.
This could be a great activity for when you get home from feeding the birds at your local pond. G is for Goose on this colouring page and it is part of a complete alphabet set.
Do some research to colour in the little pictures of popular garden birds correctly - or just use whatever colours you like with younger children and have fun!
Watching chicks hatch is an activity loved by children. Even if you can't watch them yourselves you can colour our lovely hen and chick colouring page.
This simple kiwi colouring page is designed to appeal to younger children. It's outlines are just about simple enough for cutting out, if you like.
Here's a lovely kookaburra colouring page for younger children. The Kookaburra is native to Australia, but looks quite similar to the English kingfisher.
Young children seem to love African animals and here's an ostrich colouring page to add to our collection of African animal colouring pages.
Here's a lovely, simple owl colouring page for younger children, with big bold lines. Once you've coloured him in, why not cut him out to display. Imagine a whole family of owls on the board, sitting on a branch cut from brown construction paper...
We hope that the kids enjoy colouring in this lovely picture of four owls in a tree, with a night sky in the background!
This lovely, decorated owl face was originally designed for Day of the Dead, but I think the kids would enjoy tracing over the dotted lines and colouring in some of the details at any time of year.
This owl mask colouring page was designed for Day of the Dead, when you will see colourful versions of this sort of mask on display - but it makes a fun activity for any time and of course can be coloured in browns, blacks and creams for a more "natural" owl effect.
Here is a lovely "parliament" of owls to colour in, with all sorts of pretty details to keep you busy.
Here's another circle of pretty owls to colour in. There are so many lovely details on these! I'm fond of the sleepy owls...
Make this parrot colourful using crayons or coloured pencils. My favourite parrot is a bright blue Hyacinth macaw, but you can choose any colours you like!
Blue, red, green, yellow, pink and grey - parrots come in nearly every colour, and often they are a mix of several colours too! Which will the kids choose for the parrots in this lovely colouring scene?
A big, beautiful, bold peacock colouring page for younger kids to enjoy. Colour the peacock in with rich colours - and why not add some glitter or jewels for extra sparkle and glamour!
Peacocks are a very colourful bird, so they're perfect for colouring pages! Grab some crayons or pens and start colouring in their bright feathers...
Show how much you care by colouring in one of these beautiful peacock feather colouring bookmarks as a special handmade gift.
The level of detail in this peacock feathers colouring page makes it a delightful mindfulness activity for older children and adults. The result would look lovely framed.
Colouring the magnificent tails on our peacocks scene colouring page will keep children busy for quite some time.
Here's a really cute penguin colouring page for kids with simple lines that make it perfect for the younger age group.
Most people love puffins - and there's a lovely version on this colouring page for the kids to colour in. Will they do a stripy beak or plain?
The children will need a red pencil, felt-tip or crayon to colour in this robin using the smaller picture as a guide.
There is so much lovely doodly detail to colour in on this rooster colouring page that we decided to do the background for you and make it into one of our "colour pop" pages.
Here's a simple outline of a farm rooster to print and colour, great for younger children with the word below the picture.
We've made this rooster colouring page with younger children in mind, keeping the outlines bold and simple - but he makes a fun colouring project for all ages. You can use his "tummy" for writing on, too...
Two pretty birds can be seen celebrating the arrival of spring in this lovely spring colouring page.
Here's a beautiful doodle colouring page featuring two pretty spring birds, which we think kids and adults can all enjoy colouring in.
Here's a colouring page featuring a lovely family of swans with their two cute cygnets. Perfect for bird or wildlife topic work, or just for fun!
T is for Toucan on this colouring page which is part of a set created using animals and birds from all around the world. He has his wings out ready for colouring!
Vultures are huge birds but we've managed to fit one on the letter V for you to colour in. This is the perfect activity to accompany a lesson on unusual birds. Some of our other alphabet colouring pages feature birds too.