Birds of a feather...
Lilac Breasted Roller (Coracias caudatus) is a member of the roller family of birds. It is widely distributed in sub-Saharan Africa and the southern Arabian Peninsula, preferring open woodland and savanna; it is largely absent from treeless places. They are believed to mate for life. [photo by Steve Wilson]
Birdie scuffle. Three birds get into a scuffle over a nest, forming a chain link. With its brightly coloured yellow crown, the male, who had built the nest, attempted to break up the disagreement between the two females. Photographer Krishnan Venkitachalam saw the squabble kicking off and trained his lens on the action to capture the scenes before the birds flew off.
Rare picture of parent birds saving their baby
sms\'s Profile - pixdaus
Maroon-breasted Crowned Pigeon from New Guinea - by Chris 2003
Silver Breasted Broadbill -- It is found in Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Thailand, and Vietnam. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical moist montane forests. The species has declined somewhat due to habitat loss, but is not considered to be threatened with extinction.
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BEAUTY OF WORLD: Exotic BIRDS 2
Golden-fronted Leafbird by Doug J
Araripe Manakin, One of the rarest birds in Brazil
Wild Animal Collections: Rose-breasted cockatoo
Nutmeg Mannikin (Lonchura punctulata)
In electrical science a battery is formed by connecting the opposite poles of zinc and copper, which causes a current to flow from one to the other and so provides energy. This same process is repeated in respect to every polarity, and as all form simply depends upon the rate of vibration and consequent relations of atoms to each other, if we wish to change the form of manifestation we must change the polarity. This is the principle of causation. --Charles Haanel