Bitmap images, also known as raster images, are stored as a series of tiny dots called pixels. Each pixel is a very small square that is a specific color, and the arrangement of the pixels form an image. Bitmap images can be challenging to create because of their small scale and low quality resolution. Designing the minimum amount of detail is required; however, the detail that is used must be executed efficiently in order to make these small scale images recognizable. The subject of these images are Ornithology, which is the study of birds, and the approach was to create a set of bitmap images of the ten most common types of birds: penguin, pelican, flamingo, hummingbird, woodpecker, owl, parrot, rooster, ostrich, and hawk. 
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