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Northern Flicker (Yellow shafted type) The yellow shafts of the feathers and its habit of flicking its bill give the Yellow-shafted Flicker its name.

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Fine Art Bird Photography Print "Tufted Titmouse in Spring"

Tufted Titmouse in Spring, Bird Photography Print by Allison Trentelman | rockytopstudio.com

Love coral #colour #birds #nature #inspiration www.kikau.com.au . . . " . . . they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns; yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they?"

cuckoo chick being fed by surrogate parent by Saturnina i Artur Homan Cuckoos lay their eggs in other birds nests and sometimes even push the host birds hatchlings out of the nest to get more of the food.