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Black-throated Bushtit (Aegithalos concinnus), also known as the Black-throated Tit on Taiwan, and Red-headed Tit in India

Scarlet Macaw. the one large macaw that has no feathers on its "leather," the white area around the eyes.  And there is NO redder than the scarlet.  Would love to have one, as they are gentle, playful, very trainable, and wonderful companion birds.

The "Scarlet Macaw" is a large, red, yellow and blue South American parrot, a member of a large group of Neotropical parrots called macaws. It is native to humid evergreen forests of tropical South America. I want a Macaw so badly!

Adorable. Safe under mama's wing.

♡Mother Hen nestles her baby chick under her wing♡ ~He will cover you with His feathers, and under His wings you will find refuge.

Flying Peacock by Captainskyhigh on Flickr

Flying peacock by Captainskyhigh .I never see photos of peacocks in the air.

Blue Wren.

Blue wren - What kind of bird is this? There are no blue wren wrens. This poor little guy looks like he might be a (superb?) fairy wren in the middle of moulting.

Orange-backed Troupial

Orange-backed Troupial (Icterus croconotus) Brazil, Paraguay, Ecuador, Bolivia, Peru

Kestrel/ Torenvalk by Johan van Gool

Kestrel/ Torenvalk by Johan van Gool on - beautiful bird, but love the color combination

Two-Headed Parakeet

Two-Headed Bird - (I once saw a two-headed snake at the SD Zoo, named Thelma & Louise!obviously has been taxidermied.

Black-bellied Whistling Duck

The Black-bellied Whistling-Duck (Dendrocygna autumnalis) is an unusual species among North American waterfowl. With its long legs, peculiar appearance, and odd habits, it was described by one early American ornithologist as “most un-duck-like.

A Male Bearded Tit

This bird is a male Bearded Reedling, mainly living in the wetland areas of England, Asia, Ireland and Scotland. It is a non-migratory species. They were removed from the true tit list, but still may go by the Bearded Tit and/or Bearded Parrotbill.

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White-faced whistling ducks - mutual preening by capreoluskate, Wildlife Photography

quack quack shower

Ducks: "Wonder if the Farmer thinks by watering us, like this, we'll grow faster?" (Cool Pictures Of Animals)

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