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A male sage grouse puffs its chest out and extends its spiky tail feathers. The bird can inflate two air sacs on its chest during its courtship ritual.

Más tamaños | キンケイ/Chrysolophus pictus | Flickr: ¡Intercambio de fotos!

Más tamaños | キンケイ/Chrysolophus pictus | Flickr: ¡Intercambio de fotos!

Greater bird of Paradise

rshollis: fairy-wren: lesser bird of paradise (photo by sijanto nature) I think bird of paradise are on everyone’s list of birds to see

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Parrot found only in the South Island of New Zealand and the only alpine parrot in the world!

White Gyrfalcon (Falco rusticolus) considered to be the largest of the falcon species

I saw a female when I lived in Boulder, Co a very rare sight. White Gyrfalcon (Falco rusticolus) considered to be the largest of the falcon species

Taiwan Blue Magpies

Taiwan Blue Magpie, taken at Waishuanghsi, Taipei City, Taiwan by John&Fish…

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Wilson's Bird-of-paradise, Cicinnurus respublica. Amazing color and spectacular tail

Sage grouse?

Prairie Ice, Listed as Threatened, endangered by habitat loss: needs undeveloped prairie habitat for breeding.

Дятел білодзьобий (Campephilus principalis)

Elusive, Endangered or Extinct Ivory Billed Woodpeckers? The verdict is still out on that one. I hope they are still around and actually in the swamps of Arkansas! it has a look alike , the pileated woodpecker

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Crested Pigeon, Australia , Lilac to black ombré. The splash of orange/apricot is something only nature could have come up with.

Blue Bird Of Happiness

Nuthatch reflection © mark hancox Taken at a low level at a woodland pool, this bird started to use this perch to drink from but sometimes would momentarily look into the water.

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Beautiful Grey Crowned Crane with a crown of stiff golden feathers on its head!

Tetras du Gunnison en voie d'extinction

The Greater Sage-Grouse is certainly a formidable-looking bird. Being the largest grouse in North America and having tail feathers, which look like giant spikes, make for a ferocious sight. These birds are well known for their complicated courtshi.