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The Stout Cisticola (Cisticola robustus) is a species of bird in the Cisticolidae family. It is found in Angola, Burundi, Cameroon, Republic of the Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia. Its natural habitats are boreal forests, moist savanna, and subtropical or tropical high-altitude grassland.

Its natural habitats are African boreal forests, moist savanna, and subtropical or tropical high-altitude grassland.

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Fairy Bluebird - a dimorphic species, meaning that males and females differ in appearance. Male fairy bluebirds display bright blue and black colors, while the female is a duller blue. The brighter colors of the male birds help them attract mates.

Reddish Egret in Southwest Florida~ Florida's population of around 400 nesting pairs now stands at just of what it was in 1880 when it began to be hunted for its feathers.

"MALACHITE SUNBIRD"

This female Malachite Sunbird was flying from flower to flower inspecting them for nectar. They have long thin down-curved bills and brush-tipped tubular tongues, both adaptations to nectar feeding.

Japanese quail, Coturnix japonica

Japanese Quail (Coturnix Quail) - Coturnix japonica - Found in East Asia and Russia, this species of Old World quail is of the family Phasianidae

The critically endangered Bali Starling and found only in Bali.

Discovered in the Bali Starling is endemic to the island of Bali in Indonesia. This rare bird is a medium-sized stocky myna, almost wh.

Lindíssimo colorido

What amazing colours! Azure-winged Magpie (cyanopica cyanus) ~ by Fernando Sanchez de Castro

L33 Summer Tanager (Piranga ruba), female, America

Summer Tanagers (Piranga rubra): Origin, Description, Photos, Diet and Breeding

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I never knew of these. Did they flip flop with the blue footed boobies.

Screaming Piha (Lipaugus vociferans) is found in the middle and lower levels of the South American rainforest. Although typically a solitary bird, the males form large groups during mating season as they attempt to impress females with their calls.

Screaming Piha (Lipaugus vociferans) is found in the middle and lower levels of the South American rainforest. Although typically a solitary bird, the males form large groups during mating season as they attempt to impress females with their calls.

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