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The Hoopoe. Afro-Eurasian. Listed in the Bible.

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Brown Jay, Psilorhinus morio: widespread in MX & CntAmer. Recent arrival in S-TX, still very uncommon & local there - photo: Greg W.Lasley/Vireo

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The blue jay is a strikingly beautiful, 11- to 12 1/2-inch bird, among the most familiar birds of North America. The bird’s call is a defiant jay-jay, often sounded in a discordant chorus with other jays, setting up a commotion if an enemy is spotted. Blue jays also mimic other birdcalls. -You may also like video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iItXKBombE8 -Image source: http://www.natureartists.com/artists/artist_artwork.asp?ArtistID=1293&ArtworkID=27558

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Loon and her baby, love when they call, it's hauntingly beautiful.

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Sword-billed hummingbird is a species of hummingbird from South America. It is noted as the only species of bird to have a bill longer than the rest of its body. This adaptation is to feed on flowers with long corollas. The tongue is therefore also unusually long. Since the Sword-billed Hummingbird's beak is so long, it grooms itself with its feet. From base of the bill to the tail tip this species is approximately 14cm long. Photo: Derek Kverno

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Red avadavat....the variety of colors and patterns used by nature are astounding!

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Many count Quetzal among the most beautiful and ornate bird species in the Western Hemisphere, and the natives were so awestricken by their striking beauty that they referred to them as "The Rare Jewel Birds of the World."

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The Blue-crowned Motmot (Momotus momota) is a colourful near-passerine bird found in forests and woodlands of eastern Mexico, Central America, northern and central South America, and Trinidad and Tobago.

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Twitter | Google+ ______ This plump little bird was following me all the time while i was visiting a celtic cemetery in Ireland. The bird posed like a model. I took 14 horrible photos very blur (but this one). I have found in Google that it is called robin, a bird very common in Ireland. The diet is principally insects, worms... and my cheese sandwich. :o)

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Bornean Falconet // Smallest bird of prey in the world -

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