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This Northern Red Bishop (also known as Orange Bishop) in full breeding plumage was photographed at Murchison Falls in Uganda by David Hoddinott. Found in Africa south of the Sahara and north of the Equator, it was once considered a sub-species of the very similar Southern Red Bishop, but is now widely recognized as a separate species. Interestingly, the bird has also been purposefully introduced to several islands in the Caribbean and the West Indies, Venezuela and even Southern Europe, not…

Photo of the day – This Northern Red Bishop (also known as Orange Bishop) in full breeding plumage was photographed at Murchison Falls in Uganda by David.

western sparrows | Birds

Green-headed Tanagers - most other birds pale in comparison. Not only do these avian jewels flaunt about 6 different colors, their plumage has an opalescent quality - they just glow on the rare occasions when good light hits them.

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Photo of the day – We posted a pic of this species a few months ago, but being such a special little thing, and being such a brilliant image, and being.

Le Paradisier huppé (Cnemophilus macgregorii)

Le Paradisier huppé (Cnemophilus macgregorii)

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Photo of the day – Our pic for today is the lovely Broad-billed Tody, as photographed by Matthew Matthiessen. One of 5 tody species, all of which occur.

Eared grebe pair w/ at least 1 chick

Long Tailed Broadbill @ Sattal, India

Long Tailed Broadbill @ Sattal, India

Blue-winged Mountain Tanager ranges in a narrow strip all the way from northern Venezuela south through to north-western Bolivia. A very social species, it usually occurs in small flocks and is a ubiquitous member of the large, mixed feeding flocks that regularly roam through these forests.

Photo of the day – A common and widespread lower Andean cloud forest species, the unmistakable Blue-winged Mountain Tanager ranges in a narrow strip all.

Here's a gorgeous pink Robin, courtesy of Adam Riley of Rockjumper - Worldwide Birding Adventures. As Adam mentions, this beauty is one of the world's few truly pink birds!

yellow-billed cardinal (Thraupidae: Paroaria capitata), South America

Yellow-billed Cardinal occurs in Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay and northern Argentina, as well as on the island of Hawaii where it has been introduced (along with numerous other species)

purple-throated carib (photo by priscilla burcher)

Purple-throated Carib Hummingbird (photo by priscilla burcher) - The purple throated caribe is notable for the differences in the appearance of the sexes. The male is larger and stronger than the female and has a shorter straight beak. Her beak is curved

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