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Northern Flicker - great bird to draw in colored pencils

Sometimes I pin stuff to my Millinery board that is not a hat but should be, in terms of its inspiring form. This is actually the edge of a mushroom cap, but it should be a late 1930s early 1940s hat!

Sun rise Tellin

Long and winding road to Hana. A hair-raising drive with beautiful awe inspiring views. The road is long, but the reward of walking on a black sand beach and seeing the Seven Sacred Pools is worth the drive.

A beautiful lavender rose. My lavender rose is very fragrant and one of my favorites.

Mycena sec. longisetae fungi-- this tall & skinny species is one of seven from stirp Longiseta... ♥♥♥

Red Parabolic Mushroom Antennas, Ecuador - By Andreas Kay

White-throated Mountaingem (Lampornis castaneoventris), a hummingbird which breeds in the mountains of western Panama. By Chris Jimenez Nature Photo, via Flickr.

Scissor-tailed Flycatcher / 04-15-2005 / by Eric Isley (PhotonFreak) on Flickr

Evening Grosbeak. And if you view the yellow on his head from a distance, it appears as if he's wearing yellow sunglasses. One of our favorite backyard birds.

Costa's Hummingbird, Wings of the Tropics. Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Colourful bird / Does anyone know what type of bird is this? The pic is from a Samsung wallpaper and although I googled the image, it isn't bringing me a description. Answers welcome.

Southern Carmine Bee-eaters. Carmine Bee-eaters are social birds breeding in colonies on river banks and foraging out over open country. They are attracted to bush fires and hawk around the edges; their Mandinka name (in The Gambia) means 'cousin to the fire.' This species occurs across sub-equatorial Africa.

Red-crested Cardinal 1 - Maui, Hawaii. These guys also live all over Oahu but they're originally from Brazil. They're so cool.

Absolutely Gorgeous Bird..Not sure what type of bird this is...But I SOOO want one as a pet! lol

Pyrrhuloxia (Cardinalis sinuatus) Sometimes referred to as a "desert cardinal", this wild bird was spotted in the Saguaro forest.

Green Jay

Blue Grosbeak (Passerina caerulea, formerly Guiraca caerulea)[3], is a medium-sized seed-eating bird in the same family as the Northern Cardinal, "tropical" or New World buntings, and "cardinal-grosbeaks" or New World grosbeaks.

European Bee Eater en.wikipedia.org/... ngm.nationalgeogr... eaters/barcott-http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2008/10/bee-eaters/barcott-text www.oiseaux-birds...