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Bee-eater. I think I would die of happiness if I saw this at my feeder!

This uniquely-plumaged bird breeds on the coasts of Peru and Chile, and is restricted to the Humboldt current. It can be identified by its dark grey body, white moustache on the both sides of its head, and red-orange beak and feet. The Inca Tern is a large tern, 16 in long. Sexes are similar; the adult is mostly slate-grey with white restricted to the facial plumes and the trailing edges of the wings. The large bill and legs are dark red.

The 'Rufous Treepie' is a treepie, native to the Indian Subcontinent and adjoining parts of Southeast Asia. It is a member of the Corvidae family. It is long tailed and has loud musical calls making it very conspicuous.

I've been seeing an Eastern Bluebird at my feeder lately. I didn't know they'd do that!

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Northern Cardinal exhibiting "leucism" - a white abnormal plumage that makes birds with it hard to identify and easy targets for predators.

I love this picture. I love a blue Spruce.... (Cedar Waxwing in Blue Spruce)

Quetzal. Quetzals are strikingly colored birds in the trogon family. They are found in forests and woodlands, especially in humid highlands, Quetzals have iridescent green or golden-green wing coverts, back, chest and head, with a red belly. Even with their famous bright plumage, they can be hard to see in their natural wooded habitats.

Lady Amherst's Pheasant (Chrysolophus amherstiae) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!