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(KO) What a beautiful bird! Lovely colors.

(KO) What a beautiful bird! Lovely colors a note from Kat Cowles, I think this is a rainbow lorikeet.

I know these are sparrows, but they're just so pretty, I had to stick them somewhere and I didn't feel like creating still another board.

House sparrow--the English word "sparrow", is a term for small active birds, coming from a root word referring to The Latin word domesticus means "belonging to the house", like the common name a reference to its association with humans.

https://www.facebook.com/WonderBirdSpecies/ Crested coua (Coua cristata); Madagasca; IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 3.1 : Least Concern (LC)(Loài ít quan tâm) || Chim Coua mào; Họ Cu cu-Cuculidae (Cuckoo); Loài đặc hữu Madagasca.

Crested coua - (Coua cristata) Endemic to Madagascar. It is found from sea-level to altitude of 900 metres. The diet consists mainly of various insects, fruits, berries, seeds, snails and chameleons.

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Only God could create something so unique - Turquoise-browed Motmot, photo by Jamie MacArthur.

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Male northern cardinal bird in winter snow storm on branch of red berries True Beauty by DeeDeeBean

Male northern cardinal bird in winter snow storm on branch of red berries - Angry bird!

Resplendant quetza

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Resplendent Quetzal in the canopy - some days ago from Monteverde, Costa Rica - Jan Pederson

The resplendent quetzal needs only about six minutes each day to find fruit. So, these birds have a lot of free time which they use for courtship. During the mating season, males grow a pair of long tail feathers that can reach up to three feet in length.

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The resplendent quetzal /ketSAHL/ (Pharomachrus mocinno) is a bird in the trogon…

FOX SPARROW (Passerella iliaca) - breed in thickets and chaparral across northern North America & south along the western mountains. They forage on leaf litter and bare ground, usually under dense cover. During the breeding season they eat mainly insects. They find their prey with a “double-scratch” involving a hop forward and an immediate hop back, during which they simultaneously scratch both feet backwards through the leaf litter--I see them do this all the time in my Auburn backyard!

Fox Sparrow (Passerella iliaca) is a large American sparrow. It is the only member of the genus Passerella.

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