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Love watching the Quail on our propery. The Mountain Quail is the largest Quail in the United States

beautiful kingfisher.........

Rufous-Backed Kingfisher (Ceyx rufidorsa) @ Panti Forest (by Chong Lip Mun)--color inspiration?

Golden Fronted Leafbird

The Golden-fronted Leafbird (Chloropsis aurifrons) is a species of leafbird. It is a common resident breeder in India, Sri Lanka, and parts of Southeast Asia.

Cuban Bee Hummingbird - #Birds

Cuba's Smallest Bird - The Bee Hummingbird

Cuba is proud to be the home of the smallest bird in the world. The Bee Hummingbird! This sweet little bird, is only found in Cuba.

I will protect my residents like they are my own babies.   I will shelter them and feed them (probably pizza) and when it comes time to let them fly, I will make sure that they soar <3.

Black-headed Gull and babies. * * MOM GULL TO ANGRY CHICK: " No son, weez are called sea gulls and righteously so.

Pink Robin.  Scientific Name:  Petroica rodinogaster Native to Australia, more specifically to  Tasmania, King and Flinders Islands and the wetter parts of Victoria and far south eastern New South Wales.

The Pink robin (Petroica rodinogaster) is a small passerine bird native to southeastern Australia. The males of the pink robin species sport a gorgeous bright pink breast.

Urraca azul (rojo facturado)                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

Blue magpie w/ royal blue plumage, magenta talons & beak holding red/gold cherry

Stunning green bird

28 Dazzling Exotic Birds You Probably Never Heard Of ~ Livingstone's Turaco. Turacos make up the bird family Musophagidae (literally 'banana eaters'). Depsite the name, they generally do not eat bananas.

Hummingbird at the water fountain

sweet photo of a hummingbird stopping for a drink as the photographer was photographing the fountain at the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix, AZ. Photo by Dawn M.