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.

Pink flamingos

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This is a White Peacock which is a genetic variant of the Indian Blue Peafowl.

Albino peacocks are simply stunning (photos)

Albino peacock, It's technically a white peacock which is a genetic variant of the Indian Blue Peafowl. The colors in the feathers of a bird are determined two factors: pigment and structure. its unusual lack-of-color is due to a missing pigment.

Pink breasted robin, from Tasmania

The pink robin (Petroica rodinogaster) is a small passerine bird native to southeastern Australia.

Plumbeous Water Redstart

Plumbeous Water Redstart, Female ----- The plumbeous water redstart is a species of bird in the family Muscicapidae. It is found in South Asia, Southeast Asia and China. Males are slate blue in colour, while females are grey

Jambu fruit dove

The Jambu Fruit Dove, (Ptilinopus jambu) is a smallish colourful fruit-dove. It is a resident breeding species in southern Thailand, Malaysia, Brunei and the Indonesian islands of Kalimantan, Sumatra and Java.

Tufted titmouse | Eastern United States | Cheryl Rose | Flickr

Image via Tufted titmouse. Leaves a lot of her "tuft" in her nest every year. Image via The Turquoise-Browed Motmot inhabits Central America from SE Mexico (mostly the Yucatán Peninsula)

Mockingbird, best known for habit of mimicking songs of other birds & sounds of insects & amphibians.

"That's why it's a sin to kill a mocking bird." Miss Maudie tells Scout about the harmless mocking birds. Atticus and Boo represent mocking birds.

Baby crow!!!

i'm trying to set the record straight. This is not a baby crow, it is most likely some sort of water rail chick. I know what baby crows look like and they are very ugly. (I just pinned a baby crow/raven picture so people know what they look like.

Turquoise-browed Motmot | Bill Holsten Photography

Turquoise-browed Motmot (Eumomota superciliosa) also called Torogoz. National bird of both El Salvador and Nicaragua.