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Flying puffins are awesome!

Incoming Puffin, Richard Steel, British Wildlife Photographer on A study of avian landing gear.

Bluebirds and Morning Glories - in September - the flower of September

Pyrrhuloxia Etiquette Asia, Asia's natural beauty: http://dulichnhatrang24h.com/tour/trong-nuoc/du-lich-trong-nuoc-du-lich-nha-trang.html

Desert cardinal, Cardinalis sinuatus, is a medium-sized North American song bird found in the American southwest and northern Mexico This is a female Pyrrholoxia. not a cardinal.

Beautiful white peacock

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White peacock (if it were an albino it would have pink eyes)


The White Ravens of Qualicum Beach, Vancouver. THE birds are said not to be "albino" but "leucistic" a genetic defect resulting in birds that lack normal pigmentation. "White Raven Capital of the World"

Little Cat Meme #Attitude, #Think

Funny pictures about Tiny Newborn Baby Lion. Oh, and cool pics about Tiny Newborn Baby Lion. Also, Tiny Newborn Baby Lion photos.

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Hummer at rest. They fly so fast because they are full of fatty acids. We can learn from them.they eat from PLANTS all day long.

Indonesian cerulean kingfisher

Cerulean Kingfisher(also Known as the Little Blue Kingfisher)(Alcedo coerulescens). found in Indonesia. This example seems to be very turquoise in colour compared to most.

A Beautiful, Colorful Peacock

Beautiful Colorful Peacock saw two seasons ago in backyard , it escaped from a farm and walked right in front of us gardening.

Ucu birarada

Long-tailed Finches (Poephila acuticauda) by Sander Van den Berg. This finch inhabits dry savannah habitats in northern Australia.

Peek A Boo! by Nicolas Reusens

Peek A Boo! Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Nicolas Reusens

Weaverbirds are related to finches. Males typically build the nests. "Weaving A Nest. Have birds with strings or branches making nest"


Pink Robin of Tasmania if I were a bird, this is what I would be. A Tasmania Robin. Look at the bright pink!