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I miss the Peahens and I remember when my boys were this size.it was so fun to watch them change and find out what they were, male of female.I miss the babies very much in Spring.

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SootyOwl are beautiful and attractive bird which look innocent but owl aremostly wild and sound horror.

18+ Cute Australian Animals Pictures that Can Melt Your Heart [So Cute

Great Gray Owl (Strix nebulosa) is a very large owl, documented as the world's…

White-tailed Hawk

White-tailed Hawk , Buse à queue blanche, (Buteo albicaudatus) Beautiful !


What do You Think if Bugs That Look Like Roaches?

Burmese Peacock (aka Java Peacock) / Green neck & head as opposed to the Indian peacock whose head & neck are blue.

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Wild life photography Bald Eagles in Alaska snow. Simply amazing to see this number together.


The European Bee-eater (Merops apiaster) is a near passerine bird in the bee-eater family Meropidae. It breeds in southern Europe and in parts of north Africa and western Asia. It is strongly migratory, wintering in tropical Africa, India and Sri Lanka.

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Albino Raven

Photo: It is said that ravens were once white, to see a white raven now, is to see beyond the veil, into the past.in a time before Thought and Memory could whisper of all things, both in the world and in our very minds.

The Exceptional Interior Designer You’ve Never Heard Of

The Exceptional Interior Designer You’ve Never Heard Of

Furlow Gatewood - Rod Collins (rodcollins) - Cool Science And Nature Photography

This little fuzzy friend has been blessed with a stunning color palette. Its beautiful winters white, black, grey and pops of red would make room look fantastic!

Hełmogłowik biały - Araripe Manakin, Ciro Albano : First-ever Reserves Established to Protect Brazil’s Araripe Manakin Critically Endangered Bird Survives on Only 11 Square Miles