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Himalayan Monal - goodness, why have I never heard of this bird before? It's gorgeous!

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Kayapo Mekragnoti headdress by Houston Museum of Natural Science, via Flickr

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Feathers

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Feathers!!!

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Condor feather cape, 1950

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flamingo

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Kruger Park, South Africa. by Stefan Olivier, via Behance

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london-based sculptor kate mccgwire has created a new collection of feather sculptures including ‘guile’, ‘lure’, ‘seer’, ‘quell’, and ‘yearn’. each piece is a winding and lively, yet, frozen shape formed from plumage, making her body of work seem at once both graceful and deadly.

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Feathers of male Bornean Peacock Pheasant

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We Heart It의 이미지 https://weheartit.com/entry/141826306/via/7245564 #blue #feathers #green

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Feathers

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Peacock: an animal designed solely with beauty in mind. Even the monochrome version of this pretty bird is magnificent.

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Oshun!

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Peacocks

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perched eleganza!

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http://tokyobling.wordpress.com/2009/05/05/an-albino-peacock/

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cardinals

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The Small Wild Bird Refugefrom The Small Wild Bird Refuge

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Cuban Tody

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Overview - Cuban Tody (Todus multicolor) - Neotropical Birds

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Harpy Eagle

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After a 60-Year Absence, Harpy Eagles Return to Nest in Belize - Animal News: Animal Planet

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