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Red bird bathing in a stream | scarlet tanager (thanks to Tonya Becker)

sweet little red bird taking a bath! Every little thing, gonna be alright! Don't worry, bout a thing.

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The golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) is one of the best-known birds of prey in the Northern Hemisphere.

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baby blackbirds awaiting their feeding in peebles, scotland, photo david cheskin honger!

Surfer Chicks - This mother Paradise Shelduck (Tadorna variegata) - the Māori name is Pūtangitangi - took her wee ducklings out into the shallows of Opunake Beach today. They caught tiny little waves and surfed back to the shore. By Dave Young.

Gyrfalcon. The gyrfalcon (Falco rusticolus), also spelled gerfalcon, is the largest of the falcon species. The gyrfalcon breeds on Arctic coasts and the islands of North America, Europe, and Asia.

A magnificent Gyrfalcon! The Gyrfalcon breeds on Arctic coasts and the islands of North America, Europe, and Asia.

Blue Grace                       Delightfully | Amazing Pictures - Amazing Pictures, Images, Photography from Travels All Aronud the World

Amazing Wild Animal Pictures – 40 Pics Dancing Egret by Craig ONeal Crowned Crane wolf

Petit Cabinet de Curiosites Birds #birds, #wildlife, https://apps.facebook.com/yangutu

Male Resplendent Quetzal, This species is the Guatemala’s national bird. Blue and beautiful. I had wondered what the actual bird looked like when in Quetzaltenango. We heard it's call daily, but never saw one - they're so shy!

The Turquoise-Browed Motmot inhabits Central America from SE Mexico (mostly the Yucatán Peninsula) to Costa Rica, where it is common and not considered threatened. It lives in fairly open habitats such as forest edge, gallery forest and scrubland. Its call is nasal, croaking and far-carrying. This Motmot is a well-known bird in its range and has been chosen as the national bird of both El Salvador and Nicaragua.

The Turquoise-Browed Motmot inhabits Central America from SE Mexico (mostly the Yucatán Peninsula) to Costa Rica, where it is common and not considered threatened. It has been chosen as the national bird of both El Salvador and Nicaragua.

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