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Southern Carmine Bee-eater(Merops nubicoides).They are attracted to wildfires because of the flushed insects, and are often seen circling high in the air. They also eat rodents and lizards.

Spreeuw (Sturnus vulgaris) blues, purples, speckled w/stars ~ just splendid!!!

paradise bird.... The majority of species are found in New Guinea and its satellites, with a few in the Maluku Islands and eastern Australia.

#819 白鷺四娃 / ‘White heron four baby’ Little Egret, taken at Pinglin, New Taipei City, TAIWAN ~ by John & Fish, via Flickr

Northern Cardinal exhibiting "leucism" - a white abnormal plumage that makes birds with it hard to identify and easy targets for predators.

Spreeuw (Sturnus vulgaris) by Serge by Serge Sanramat, via Flickr

Speke's Weaver - named after John Speke, a British officer who made three expoditionary trips to Africa in search of the Source of the Nile. The bird is native to Eastern Africa.

Many-colored Rush Tyrant is a small bird found in South America belonging to the Tyrant Flycatcher family.