1. Flamingo - South Africa. Yes, they do have flamingoes there
2. Bald Eagle - USA. Got that right as well.
3. Yellow-headed Amazon - Caribbean Island. Okay, that a tough one. This bird is native to the Caribbean coast of southern Mexico and northern central America, so it might be found on an island off the coast there somewhere. May be technically correct, but not in the sense of the islands most people would normally call the Caribbean Islands. Very iffy.
4. Keel-billed toucan - Brazil. Nope, the range of this toucan does not extend down to Brazil, and it is not listed on the list of bird species of Brazil. A fail, but at least sorta close.
5. Northern Cardinal - South Africa. Way off. This is a New World species and far, far from South Africa. Fail.
6. Whooping Crane - South Africa. Found only in the US and Canada, the Whooping Crane is a long, long way from South Africa. Major fail.
7. Mute Swan - London. I'll give them this one, as they are quite famous.
and then comes...
8. Emperor Penguin - Alaska. Do I really need to say it? Massive fail.
I hope you learned something from the "Stick and Learn" bird guide from South African Airways.