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The rose-bellied bunting (Passerina rositae) is a species of bird in the Cardinalidae family. It is also known as Rosita’s bunting.

2 birds - oiseaux

Green Jay - brightly-colored clever corvid who may suprise you with interesting vocalizations.

☀Eastern Yellow Robin by David Jenkins* - 'birdsaspoetry' via flickr<3<3<3

Eastern Yellow Robin (Eopsaltria australis) is an Australian robin of coastal and sub-coastal eastern Australia.

rufous hummingbird (salasphorus rufus)+

These little guys are starting to whistle at me when I go outside. Makes me happy! Spring is on its way // rufous hummingbird (salasphorus rufus) // hummingbirds

Arremon atricapillus / Gorrión montés listado / Black-headed Brush-FinchSan Rafaél, Antioquia, Colombia

Black-headed Brush-Finch (Arremon atricapillus) A stocky brush-finch rather large-headed, & with longish bill; bill larger & thicker than others.

Yucatángaai - Yucatan Jay (Cyanocorax yucatanicus) in Mexico by Tony Hisgett.

Two juvenile Yucatan Jays (Cyanocorax yucatanicus) near Tulum in Mexico.

Black-spectacled Brush Finch: a handsome Peruvian endemic that lives in montane scrub and forest edge, and is found in seasonally humid regions (but is absent from East slope areas). Image by Carlos Calle:

Black-spectacled Brush Finch: a handsome Peruvian endemic that lives in montane scrub and forest edge, and is found in seasonally humid regions (but is absent from East slope areas). Image by Carlos Calle:

~~Beginning of the season ~ Painted Bunting by Chris Johnson~~ [per previous pinner]

Pine Bunting (Emberiza leucocephalos) A bird perched.

Pine Bunting (Emberiza leucocephalos) A bird perched.

The Painted Bunting by Nancy Hart

The Painted Bunting by Nancy Hart

Green Jay;  Green Jays are native to Mexico and South America, but their habitat also stretches some 900 miles into southern Texas. Green jays have head coloring like their more popular cousin the Blue Jay, but the rest of the bodies are yellow and green.  The Green Jay’s specialty is using twigs as tools to dig out insects from tree bark.   Green Jay is actually classified as a Eurasian jay, although most Eurasian jays have dull feather coloring, making the Green Jay a brilliant exception.

Birds that eat poison, have 2 stomachs, use tools, and

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