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Keep an eye out for the beautiful Hummingbird, flying around Tobago

Tobago Destination Resort Photos

Tobago is pure Caribbean with swaying palms, calm turquoise waters and mile upon mile of sun-kissed beaches 📷.

Faith in humanity restored.

Brave teenager, Belal, in Bangladesh risks his own life to save a baby deer from drowning in a flooded river. Hope in Humanity

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Just a few reasons to own a dog. This is possibly my favorite pin of all timer tear up.

s7reetsahead: kids who are too good for this world

Kids who are to good for this world life quotes quotes cute animals kids adorable pets children aww

Love ♥

Beautiful love birds - birds and fish, nature's most colorful animals on the face of the earth.thank you God

Meet Pancake, the happiest dog in the world.

Funny pictures about Pancake Is By Far The Happiest Corgi. Oh, and cool pics about Pancake Is By Far The Happiest Corgi. Also, Pancake Is By Far The Happiest Corgi photos.

Chickens

le coq de la France - now that's quite a fanciful rooster! The vibrant colors make me want to paint a picture of him.

https://www.facebook.com/WonderBirds-171150349611448/ Trĩ Huyết; Họ Trĩ-Phasianidae; Bhutan, Nepal, Sikkim (Ấn Độ), bắc Myanmar, Tibet || Blood pheasant (Ithaginis cruentus); IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 3.1 : Least Concern (LC)(Loài ít quan tâm)

Blood Pheasant, widespread & fairly common in eastern Himalayas, ranging across India, Nepal, Bhutan & China.- from Bhutan Birding Gallery

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Racket Tailed Roller (Coracias spatulatus) is is found in Angola, Botswana…

Purple martin (Progne subis)                              …

The Purple Martin (Progne subis) is the largest North American swallow. Purple Martins' breeding range is throughout temperate North America.

Hummingbirds are often territorial, and this photo of one Anna's hummingbird literally grasping another's beak to get rid of it demonstrates just how much. Photo by V. Miller via Birdwatching Daily

Hummingbirds are often territorial, and this photo of one Anna's hummingbird literally grasping another's beak to get rid of it demonstrates just how much. Miller via Birdwatching Daily.What the hay! I think he may have little bird syndrome.

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