More to explore:
European Golden Plover
by Geir Jensen on Fivehundredpx
European Golden Plover (Pluvialis apricaria) is a largish plover. This species is similar to two other golden plovers. American Golden Plover, Pluvialis dominiica, and Pacific Golden Plover, Pluvialis fulva, are both smaller, slimmer and relatively longer-legged than European Golden Plover, and both have grey rather than white axillary feathers (only properly visible in flight).
Little Egret at RSPB Titchwell on 6th January 2015
Dunlin, once again, sighted in Canada.
Chinese Golden Pheasant
precious | all time images
Golden-headed Quetzal (Pharomachus auriceps) by Robert Clark
Glow - Grey Crowned Crane
The Great Grey Owl does not have ear tufts and has the largest facial disc of any raptor.
Pluvialis fulva - siewka złotawa - Pacific Golden Plover
The Great Grey Owl or Great Gray Owl (Strix nebulosa) is a very large owl, documented as the world's largest species of owl, they are distributed across the Northern Hemisphere. In some areas it is also called Phantom of the North.
Robin by Julian Sawyer