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The Cedar Waxwing bird (Bombycilla cedrorum) It is a medium sized, mostly brown, gray, and yellow bird named for its red wax-like wing tips. It is a native of North and Central America, breeding in open wooded areas in southern Canada and wintering in the southern half of the United States, Central America, and the far northwest of South America. It eats "Cedar cones, fruit, and insects."

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Quetza~ Bird: only Montezuma could wear it's beautiful feathers. It would be a death sentence for anyone else to catch and kill this bird.

White Cheeked Turaco by Earl Reinink,

kookaburra sits in the old gum tree....

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Roseate Spoonbill landing. See Over 2500 more animal pictures on my Facebook "Animals Are Awesome" page. animals wildlife pictures nature fish birds photography

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Nest building by Michaela Sagatova (My mom always told me.."Pound for pound..there is no bird that will out sing a little wren" Mom called them.."Jenny Wren" They work together building the nest and then feeding their babies..I love them~

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.

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