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    Bald Eagle; "Our recent visit to Grouse Mountain in Vancouver included another interesting exhibition, “Birds in Motion”. A group called The Canadian Raptor Conservancy puts on daily demonstrations of birds of prey doing their thing, free flight. About to land, this eagle had slowed to a speed where he was much easier to photograph" www.flickr.com/....

    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.

    Great Blue-Heron with a male Red-Winged Blackbird in flight while the Red-Winged Blackbird lets the heron know he is too close to the Red-Winged Blackbird's nest.

    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~

    Spreeuw (Sturnus vulgaris) blues, purples, speckled w/stars ~ just splendid!!!

    This bird is a male Bearded Reedling, mainly living in the wetland areas of England, Asia, Ireland and Scotland. It is a non-migratory species. They were removed from the true tit list, but still may go by the Bearded Tit and/or Bearded Parrotbill.

    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.

    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.

    Leucistic peacock (Yep, they are real... not even terribly rare. We have a couple at work at Thanksgiving Point)