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Ornate hawk eagle. Ok seriously.... These bird postings have me cracking up!

Ornate hawk eagle. Ok seriously.... These bird postings have me cracking up!

Toucan. A handsome fellow.   Thanks to Costa Rica Easy (FB)

The Curl-crested Aracari (Pteroglossus beauharnaesii) is a South American toucan. Photo by ucumari: Animals, Curls, Toucan, Beautiful Birds, Photo

Rainbow Hummer

When you see the beauty within your own heart, you will then see it in others and in all things.

A little yellow bird with small black markings low on it's wings. Anyone know what species??

Sv Mangroveskogssångare sweet yellow warbler - ontario, canada by anne

Lilac-Breasted Roller in Kenya - Jan Forseth

lilac breasted roller/ Beautiful Birds - The Splash of Colors!

Philippines Blue Owl

Teal owl… I really wonder if the color has been changed on this owl, if not how Beautiful

California Valley Quail - Photo by Brett Colvin

California Valley Quail, the State Bird

Amo passarinhos...

Amo passarinhos...

Racket-tailed roller.

Rollers are so pretty! Racket-tailed roller at the San Diego Zoo in California

Banded Broadbill in Kaeng Krachan National Park, Thailand. Photo by Carl-Johan Svensson

This bird is called a Banded Broadbill. (the colors in the photo have been pushed and saturated to make it look more intensely colorful)

perfect resting spot / hummingbird

Baby hummingbird resting on a zinnia by "Walk in the Woods Photography." the zinnia was my grandmother's favorite flower-I had a humming bird on them last week!

I Bet You Didn't Know These Birds Even Existed, But They Do. They're Awesome.

What an unique moment! Little pink angel bird.


earthlynation: “ Male Anna’s Hummingbird. Photo by Thy Bun ”

White-winged Fairy-wren

*AUSTRALIA ~ The White-winged Fairywren (Malurus leucopterus) is a species of passerine bird in the fairywren family Maluridae. It lives in the drier parts of central Australia; from central Queensland and South Australia across to Western Australia.

The pine grosbeak (Pinicola enucleator) is a large member of the true finch family.