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Crested Coua (Coua cristata) - endemic to forests, savanna and brushland of Madagascar

Crested Coua: what a striking bird. indigenous to Madagascar. An island off the coast of Africa

This little fat and fluffy Roller Bird looks like a kindergartener painted her - so pretty!

beautiful lilac breasted roller look at those colors and all that fluff! gives us Blessings All The Time People Don't Just Look Around And See…I think of the people pure of heart are to see these beautiful birds…thanks for sharing…Mitzi… :)

A Coal Tit taken from a hide out in my back yard. The background is the sunlit mountain across the valley.

Black-backed Kingfisher Photograph  - Black-backed Kingfisher Fine Art Print

Black-backed Kingfisher Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Copyright by David Yeo

Oriental Dwarf Kingfisher, Ceyx erithaca, perched on a branch in Singapore.

Uccello esotico

Blue Vanga - Cyanolanius madagascarinus - This species of bird is of the family Vangidae. Its natural habitats are the tropical or subtropical dry forests and tropical or subtropical moist lowland forests of Comoros, Madagascar and Mayotte

Water drops

I've seen water drop photos before, and humming bird photos, but both combined is doubly awesome.

Just gorgeous

CRESTED WOOD PARTRIDGE (Male) Rollulus rouloul / Dave Irving This small partridge is a resident breeder in lowland rainforests in south Burma, south Thailand, Malaysia, Sumatra and Borneo.

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- a species of tropical bird found in swamps, riverine forest and mangrove of the and the Orinoco delta in South America

Turaco - this bird is amazing!

Red-crested Turaco (Tauraco erythrolophus), endemic to Angola

Diderick Cuckoo

The Diederik Cuckoo (Chrysococcyx caprius), formerly Dideric Cuckoo or Didric Cuckoo, is a member of the cuckoo order

Tawny Frogmouth native to Australia  Big-headed birds often mistaken for owls

Be the branch. You are the branch. Tawny Frog Mouth bird demonstrating the elongated posture it uses to imitate a tree branch if disturbed during the day. Photo T.

Distelfink/ goldfinch likes thistle seed and other untreated seeds, insects for chicks. Feed in deep winter with hemp and sunflower seed.

Distelfink/ goldfinch likes thistle seed and other untreated seeds, insects for chicks. Feed in deep winter with hemp and sunflower seed.

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