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  • Maille EnLair

    The Knysna Loerie is a large turaco found in the mature evergreen forests of southern and eastern South Africa, and Swaziland. It has a small orange-red bill, its plumage is mostly emerald green and it has a white line under each eye, a tall green crest that is tipped with white, and crimson primary flight feathers. Aka Grinch Bird

  • Lisa DelVecchio

    green envy... by Donn

  • Diane Dermer

    hair do and eye make up

  • om

    Rare bird

  • Chrispy Critter

    Beautiful bird.. Anyone know what it is? Green (Guinea) Turaco, South Africa

  • Absolutely Katia

    25 of the most amazing (and colorful) animal eyes i've ever seen - Blog of Francesco Mugnai

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