Oriental Dwarf Kingfisher

Oriental Dwarf Kingfisher Beautiful bird Love birds bird My Dream Vacation Home!

Red Tailed Hawk

Beautiful spread of feathers. The red-tailed hawk is a bird of prey, one of three species colloquially known in the United States as the "chickenhawk," though it rarely preys on standard sized chicken.

Crowned Pigeon

The 'Maroon-breasted crowned pigeon' found in Papua New Guinea. It is a large and colourful bird, with an elaborate feathered crest.

Flying peacock -- I love this! I've seen peacocks before, but I've never actually seen one flying.

Flying peacock by Captainskyhigh .I never see photos of peacocks in the air.

Vulture // En Majesté !

Vulture, called the Great Purifier in ancient traditions can be called upon for…

Great meeting with a Eurasian Sparrowhawk. photo: Walter Soestbergen

Great meeting with a Eurasian Sparrowhawk - photo: Walter Soestbergen

Falcons are medium sized birds of prey found all across the world although falcons tend to prefer the more temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere.

The Gyrfalcon, also spelled gerfalcon—Falco rusticolus—Faucon gerfaut-is the largest of the falcon species. The Gyrfalcon breeds on Arctic coasts and the islands of North America, Europe, and Asia.

Red Warbler, captured by Simon Colenutt. #red #warblers #birds #nature #wildlife #bokeh #photography

Red Warbler (Cardellina ruber) is a small passerine bird endemic to the highlands of Mexico, north of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. It is closely related to, and forms a superspecies with, the Pink-headed Warbler of southern Mexico and Guatemala.

Northern Goshawk - As it matures, the Northern Goshawk's eyes darken and change color. After the second year they are red. - #Birds #Goshawks

Northern Goshawk by Jelle Van de Veire. As it matures, the Northern Goshawk's eyes darken and change color. After the second year they are red.

13567034_1073212942747982_1155388263172102610_n.jpg (533×721) The Reed Warbler

Watercolor over pencil in Stillman & Birn Epsilon sketchbook. Notes on the sketch read: Marsh Wrens, Canadian River. The landowner welcomes birders, turns back most everyone else. His black angus bull didn’t like me much, though.