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Puffins Faring Well…For Now

Puffins Faring Well…For Now

Mutzel, Gustav, 1839-1893: Parrots, including kea, kaka and kakapo. Tab 18. Druck u. Verlag von Th. Fischer, Cassel. Lithograp...

1599-1603 Ulisse Aldrovandi Fringillidae. #animals #Ilustracion #Retro @deFharo

Ilustración | Diseño gráfico | Diseñador creativo freelance

Bird of Paradise, Ribbon-Tailed Astrapia

Great Blue Heron-Noah Strycker

Condors are the largest North American bird. Check out the size comparison to other birds!

California Condor Recovery Program

Did you know a bird’s eye takes up about 50 percent of its head; our eyes take up about 5 percent of our head? To be comparable to a bird’s eyes, our eyes would have to be the size of baseballs! Learn more about bird anatomy here:

Carrie Hansen Swan Textile Design

Carrie Hansen Textile Design

Feb 28, 2012, American Bird Conservancy (ABC), World Land Trust (WLT), and their Colombian partner Fundación ProAves, have inaugurated a new reserve to protect one of the last strongholds for the endangered Gold-ringed Tanager. Worldwide, the bird is known to inhabit only five locations, all along 150 miles of ridge top on the Pacific slope of the western Andes of Colombia.

Frank Chapman "What Bird is That?" (1920), A pocket museum of Land Birds of the Eastern United States, Arranged According to Season.

The Language of Birding

Western Meadowlark 1901 print from Bird-Life, A Guide To The Study Of Our Common Birds by Frank M. Chapman, Curator of Ornithology, American Museum of Natural History

Collared Aracari

Tunnicliffe, Short-Eared Owl and Montagu's Harrier, Cefni saltmarsh, sketchbook, 1956