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Beautiful Birds

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Beautiful Birds

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Lesser Kestrel by Carlos González Revelles

Lesser Kestrel by Carlos González Revelles | 500px

All Tangled Up by Tim Butler

All Tangled Up by Tim Butler #birdphotography #photography

Mockingbird by William Jobes

Mockingbird on Red Greeting Card by William Jobes

Egret by Alex_Appleby on Flickr.

Size Does Matter | Egret by Alex_Appleby on Flickr.

Varied Thrush juvenile photo by Lowell Simonsen.

Rufous Hummingbird by Monique Dao

Rufous Your Feathers Greeting Card by Monique Dao

Cardinal female with her eggs, photo by Hildebrand Photography

Favorite Perching Birds | Female Cardinal on Nest

Jambu Fruit Dove (Ptilinopus jambu), photo by Mark Preston.

Vermilion Flycatcher by Art Wolfe

Vermilion Flycatcher Greeting Card by Art Wolfe

A pair of ruddy shelducks (Tadorna ferruginea) in Springe, Hanover. This shelduck species lives in the open country and is usually found in pairs, though large groups may form moulting and wintering gatherings. Photo: Michael Gäbler

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Rusty-fronted Barwing, photo by Arpan Saha Ohotos of Wild Bird Trust.

Cedar Waxwing, photo by ETCphoto

Red-headed Woodpeckers, photo by Ronald Green.

Photo of the Week: Moment of Peace - National Wildlife Federation

Australian Golden Whistler, photo by David Jenkins

Stilt With First Born. Notice the markings of the feathers of the chick match the coloration of the egg shells. Photo by Bill Kominsky.

Northern Pintail, photo by Joe Motohashi on

Northern Pintail

Bath time By M Moore

"COLUMBINE NECTAR" by Roy Hancliff on

Eastern Bluebirds, male feeding the female, Lumberton, New Jersey. Photo © Copyright 2011 Steve Greer Photography.

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Whiskered Treeswift - Mom Protecting a Baby, photo by BC Heng

Lazuli Bunting in Poison Hemlock, photo by Robert Lewis

Masked Weaver at Work by Mario Moreno on

New Zealand Robin. Photo by David Cook

Gray Jay in Spruce, photo by Daniel Cadieux on These guys are so friendly they will come down and eat of your hand in the wilderness!