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The eastern bluebird (Sialia sialis) is a small thrush found in open woodlands, farmlands, and orchards. It is the state bird of and New York. Cute Birds, Small Birds, Bluebird Tattoo, Tattoo Bird, Flying Tattoo, Mandala, Bird Wallpaper, Bird Pictures, Free Pictures

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Although rather indistinct in appearance, the common nightingale (Luscinia megarhynchos) is greatly admired for its beautiful melodic songs, which are considered by some to be the finest produced. Nightingale Tattoo, Nightingale Bird, Florence Nightingale, Birds And The Bees, Birds Of Prey, Reference Images, Art Reference, Bird Perch, Bird Drawings

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Migrating birds appear to have a 'sixth sense' which means they always manage to find their nesting grounds - a talent that has long mystified scientists. Now researchers have found the secret to this skill is down to a protein in the bird's eyes. Bird Pictures, Nature Pictures, Small Birds, Pet Birds, Animals Of The World, Animals And Pets, Nightingale Bird, European Robin, Zebra Finch

Mystery of how birds navigate is solved: Researchers discover eye proteins that allow them to SEE the Earth's magnetic field over their normal vision -- Sott.net

Migrating birds appear to have a 'sixth sense' which means they always manage to find their nesting grounds - a talent that has long mystified scientists. Now researchers have found the secret to this skill is down to a protein in the bird's eyes...