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    BrazilianTanager

  • Insharinga™©2015

    Not a parrot, still a beautiful bird ☺ the Brazilian tanager

  • Jan Power

    Scarlet Tanager True Blood by André Luiz Silva, via 500px

  • Phil Wilson

    @Phil Wilson. Can you see this post, Phil? Is this not a most striking feathered friend? Beautiful! ;) YES… I certainly agree it is one of the most strikingly beautiful birds I have ever seen. I will have to research to see what kind it is… if I had to guess, my guess would be a scarlet tananger.

  • Mike The Caramel Apple and Cookie King

    Brazilian tanagerBrought to you by Cookies In Bloom and Hannah's Caramel Apples www.cookiesinbloom.com www.hannahscaramelapples.com

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    Ruby Red Chirp

  • Lori Bird

    Brazilian Tanager True Blood by André Luiz Silva

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@Phil Wilson. Can you see this post, Phil? Is this not a most striking feathered friend? Beautiful! ;)

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