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creatures-alive:  Todirostrum cinereum / Espatulilla Común / Common Tody-Flycatcher by J. Esteban Berrío

creatures-alive: Todirostrum cinereum / Espatulilla Común / Common Tody-Flycatcher by J. Esteban Berrío

Eagled

Wild life photography Bald Eagles in Alaska snow. Simply amazing to see this number together.

Colorato

Photo Lilac Crestted roller Tanzania Africa by logan hubbard. So beautiful.

Macro Photos of Tiny Hummingbirds in Stunning Detail

Funny pictures about Hummingbird Close-Up. Oh, and cool pics about Hummingbird Close-Up. Also, Hummingbird Close-Up photos.

Indian Black-lored Tit aka Indian Yellow Tit.

That's a badass little tit! Himalayan Black-Lored Tit, Paridae family: active insectivores and cavity-nesters.

Beautiful.

☀Rufous-Backed Kingfisher (Ceyx rufidorsa) @ Panti Forest by Chong Lip Mun - What a beautiful bird!

Amazing bird:

Amazing Purple Bird - Beautiful

Fuchsia Love Birds

These are beautiful. They look like pink lovebirds? I used to raise lovebirds but I've never seen pink ones.

The most beautiful and most wonderful pictures of birds at all ~ ToooPic

Bee Eater / Bee-eaters are gregarious. They form colonies by nesting in burrows tunnelled into the side of sandy banks, such as those that have collapsed on the edges of rivers~~

~Blue & Gold♡ -it i had One wish for Willie, It would be for her to have been Born Free♡

Blue-and-yellow Macaw (Ara ararauna). Photo was taken in 2010 at the WeltVogelPark Walsrode, Germany. The photo was very greenish and pale, because it w. Blue-and-yellow Wave

Dusky Broadbill (Corydon sumatranus)༺ ♠ ༻*ŦƶȠ*༺ ♠ ༻

Dusky Broadbill (Corydon sumatranus) - What do you suppose he's singing?

Seven-colored Tanager

Seven-colored Tanager - Pixdaus. The Seven-colored Tanager (Tangara fastuosa), endemic to forests in northeastern Brazil

~~Backcombed | Knysna Turaco (Tauraco corythaix), or, in South Africa, Knysna Lourie by 82Matt .~~

28 Dazzling Exotic Birds You Probably Never Heard Of ~ Livingstone's Turaco. Turacos make up the bird family Musophagidae (literally 'banana eaters'). Depsite the name, they generally do not eat bananas.

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