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camouflaged owl / barred owl peek-a-boo / Fine Art America by Jennie Marie Schell

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Pileated Woodpecker family.

This is a great picture! I haven't seen a photo of a red headed woodpecker in ages, let alone one feeding its baby peepers.

Abubilla (Upupa epops)  - Se trata de una de las aves más populares de la España mediterránea, muy abundante en las dehesas de la mitad meridional. Su característico reclamo, su llamativo penacho de plumas y su vuelo errático y ondulante la hacen fácilmente reconocible. Pese a ser una especie migradora transahariana, parte de la población reside todo el año en las regiones peninsulares más cálidas, así como en Baleares y Canarias, territorios que también acogen individuos europeos…

Poupa Hoopoe - (Upupa epops) this one is in contention for place with the blue footed boobie!

Cream-Backed Woodpecker (campephilus leucopogon) -  It is found in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay.

Cream-Backed Woodpecker (campephilus leucopogon) - It is found in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay.

Yellow fronted woodpecker

The Yellow-fronted Woodpecker (Melanerpes flavifrons) is a species of bird in the Picidae family. It is found in Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay. by Cláudio Timm*

Albino

The grey peacock-pheasant (Polyplectron bicalcaratum), also known as Burmese peacock-pheasant, is a large Asian member of the order Galliformes. It is the national bird of Myanmar.

Beautiful Red Headed Woodpecker. Today 1/9/18 I had four of these in my yard, they love peanut butter preferably crunchy.

When seen at my feeder the bird was so fluffed up, I had a hard time finding it in a bird book!

Ornate hawk eagle (Spizaetus ornatus): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ornate_Hawk-Eagle (Photo Trey Neal)

Ornate hawk eagle (Spizaetus ornatus): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ornate_Hawk-Eagle (Photo Trey Neal)

.CAN YOU BELIEVE  HOW BEAUTIFUL THIS BIRD IS - GOD DOES GOOD WORK !!! IF GOD CARES THIS MUCH ABOUT A BIRD, CAN YOU ONLY IMAGINE HOW MUCH HE LOVES US.

I will added to my folder of birds; even though, I don't know what kind of bird it is? - This is a Male Golden Pheasant.

The turquoise crown of the male is actually a patch of bare skin, not feathers.

~ Wilson's Bird-of-Paradise. Another crazy bird-of-paradise that is easy to recognize with its curly tail feathers and unique coloring. The turquoise crown of the male is actually a patch of bare skin, not feathers. He looks like a Mondrian painting

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