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The Steller’s Jay (Cyancitta stelleri) The western counterpart to the eastern Blue Jay. These two are our only jay species with crests; both are generalists in diet and adaptable in habitat, living in both forests and tree filled residential areas, foraging on nuts and seeds, insects, eggs, and even small vertebrates. Intelligent birds and talented mimics.

The Steller’s Jay (Cyancitta stelleri) The western counterpart to the eastern Blue Jay. These two are our only jay species with crests; both are generalists in diet and adaptable in habitat, living in both forests and tree filled residential areas, forag

Cedar Waxwings

Cedar Waxwings (Bombycilla cedrorum) are mostly brown, gray, and yellow birds named for their wax-like wing tips. (Photo by Conrad Tan).

Beautiful Kingfisher Bird | Read More Info

Fascinating Bird Photos by Great Photographers

Look at this bird the King Fisher. This little creature was created by God unique to survive. The King Fisher has a coat of feathers that do not soak up water so that it can dive under water quickly and swiftly without having to dry of.

https://www.facebook.com/WonderBirds-171150349611448/ Thanh tước lộng lẫy; Họ Thanh Tước-Maluridae; Úc || Splendid fairywren/Blue wren (Malurus splendens); IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 3.1 : Least Concern (LC)(Loài ít quan tâm)

The Splendid Fairywren (Malurus splendens), also known simply as Blue Wren, is small bird found across much of Australia.

ベニサンショウクイ  Grey-chinned minivet (Pericrocotus solaris) female

Yellow Throated Minivet found in Malaysia. Fairy-wren: Yellow Throated Minivet A mothers work is never done!

Southern Carmine Bee-eaters (Merops nubicoides)/photo from facebook birds

The Southern carmine bee-eaters (Merops nubicoides) (formerly carmine bee-eaters) are social birds breeding in colonies.

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