Peacock photos

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This was Heather's first time in California. We spent this day at the famous San Diego Zoo and wandering around Balboa Park. The zoo was great - even with a bunch of school kids there. I was there about 30 years ago so; it was a great to visit then and it still is! I'm not sure what a lot of the animals are; feel free to add the name if you are sure what they are. I took these photos in April 2014.

Rayetta Haskin
"White Peacock and Blue Peacock Bird Photo Art A732" iPad Case & Skin by byNicol | Redbubble Bird, Husky, Peacock Bird, Birds, White Peacock, Peacock Blue, Bird Wallpaper, Bird Photo, Peacock Photos

Slim impact-resistent polycarbonate case with protective lip Design wraps around the sides of the case and the colors are embedded directly into the case Case allows full access to device ports Fits 4th generation (launched 2012), 3rd generation (launched 2012) and 2nd generation (launched 2011) iPad models. Fits model numbers (find these on the back of your iPad): A1395, A1396, A1397, A1403, A1416, A1430, A1458, A1459, A1460 Thickness 3/64 inch (1mm), weight 35g

C Ellerbeck
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Strut Your Stuff I was looking at some different species of birds and noticed how some are incredibly striking in color and beauty. Still others are not so beautiful, or striking, or memorable. But all were made by the same Creator... the beautiful ones and the unattractive ones. Scientists say there are roughly 9,000 to 10,000 species of birds in the world. Some are strikingly beautiful and some are very unattractive. Does that make the unattractive birds inferior to the beautiful ones? I…

Sharleneide Fernandes