Discover and save creative ideas
    Visit site

      Resplendent Quetzal, We all living beings are made of the same energy and substance either mater or antimatter, therefore we have to respect life in all its disguises starting with animals and environment, going organic and vegetarian is a priority,

    • Patricia Mitchum

      Beautiful Quetzal Bird |Costa Rica

    • Lilly Lu

      Resplendent Quetzal ~photo by Ralph Paonessa "It is a wonderful treat to see what many consider to be the world's most beautiful bird. ...he landed on this beautiful lichen-covered perch in nice soft light and posed. It was an ethereal moment"

    • Le Ciel

      Gorgeous exotic bird... Guatemala's National bird, Quetzal!

    • Evelyn Gutierrez


    • Sandra Pimentel

      Resplendent Quetzal bird

    • Inspiration Green

      The Resplendant Quetzal, native of Central America.

    Related Pins

    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.

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

    Taiwan Blue Magpie, taken at Waishuanghsi, Taipei City, TAIWAN #818 藍鵲戲紅 by John, via Flickr

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

    lovely colors, I admire so much the nature, like here when it delicately gives a golden "hair" to this bird, topping more brilliant shades of colors.

    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.

    Resplendent Quetzal with iridescent Peacock-feather-colors

    Beautiful Red Robin by enzo cornaglia Jan, 2012

    Pink-necked Green-pigeon Male BP_29012012_001 by Chong Lip Mun, via Flickr

    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.