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Male satin Bower Bird Glossy Blue Black Feathers and a fabulous blue eye. The Male bird collects all things blue to decorate the lair to lure a female.

A Satin Bowerbird (Ptilonorhynchus violaceus minor) male in Australia "paints" the inner walls of his bower with chewed-up plant matter. This bower is decorated with all natural objects.

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A Satin Bowerbird (Ptilonorhynchus violaceus minor) male in Australia "paints" the inner walls of his bower with chewed-up plant matter. This bower is decorated with all natural objects.

This one loves blue! The Bower bird's bower - the male builds it and surrounds it with treats to lure the female. she inspects the different bowers males have created and chooses her mate by entering the bower she prefers. amazing. In Papau, New Guinea

This one loves blue! The male Bowerbird builds and surrounds his bower with colorful treats to lure a mate. Females inspect the various installations and chooses her mate by entering the bower she prefers. Papau, New Guinea

male satin bowerbird

PÁSSARO CETIM - Male satin bower bird putting finishing touches to the nest .

Satin Bowerbird

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The male Satin Bowerbird: He builds and decorates a bower to attract girls. The bower is adorned with bright blue coloured objects that it collects; blue clothes pegs, drinking straws and bottle tops are among the favorite stolen items, while bright blue parrot feathers, flowers and brown snail shells, make up the majority of decorations away from human habitation. A mixture of chewed vegetable matter and saliva is used to paint the walls of the bower.

Bower Bird Blues

The male Satin Bowerbird: He builds and decorates a bower to attract girls. The bower is adorned with bright blue coloured objects that it collects; blue clothes pegs, drinking straws and bottle tops are among the favorite stolen items, while bright blue parrot feathers, flowers and brown snail shells, make up the majority of decorations away from human habitation. A mixture of chewed vegetable matter and saliva is used to paint the walls of the bower.

Satin Bower Bird, Ptilonorhynchus violaceus, Australia

Satin Bower Bird, Australia, they collects blue objects for their nests ( blue biros, pegs, anything blue )

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