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Red Tailed Black Cockatoo

Maybe this cockatoo got into the test strips too. Red Tailed Black Cockatoo with spots, dots and stripes! a real beauty with the deep blue color.

Passarinho

Funny pictures about Robin Drinking Water. Oh, and cool pics about Robin Drinking Water. Also, Robin Drinking Water photos.

MELUSINE.H                                                                                                                                                                                 Plus

The Dove, symbol of peace, love & light for our world- my power animal is a white bird :)

La traîne-coeurs que tu te traînes, Waooh ! / Coucou écureuil. / Squirrel Cuckoo. / By Claudio Lopes.

the amazing Squirrel Cuckoo.I just fell in love! Wikipedia:The Squirrel Cuckoo (Piaya cayana) is a large and active species of cuckoo found in wooded habitats from northwestern Mexico to northern Argentina and Uruguay, and on Trinidad.

Great Egret

A great egret shows off its breeding plumage in our spotting of the day. Early in the breeding season adults grow long plumes on their backs, which they raise in courtship displays. Great egret (Ardea alba) spotted by SusanEllison

Pelican

"An Eastern brown pelican on a cold winter's day in Galveston on the Texas Gulf coast, covering its face against the icy Northerly. I looked for direct eye contact." by Irene Amiet Quiroga

NICE!!

Golden eagles use their speed and sharp talons to snatch up rabbits, marmots, and ground squirrels

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The Himalayan legend says there are beautiful white birds that live completely in flight. They are born in the air, must learn to fly before falling and die also in their flying. Maybe you have been born into such a life -Jennifer K.

Foto

The African fish eagle, a specie I am not too familiar with, but what a lovely bird.

Bird of prey

The Ornate Hawk-Eagle is a bird of prey from the tropical Americas. Like all eagles, it is in the family Accipitridae. This species is notable for its vivid colours, which differ markedly between adult and immature birds (photo from San Diego Zoo Global)

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