Swallow Tailed Kite
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American Swallow-tailed Kite - Elanoides forficatus
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•(❤)• Mississippi Kite •(❤)•
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mississippi kite nesting | Mississippi Kites Nest In Ohio For The First Time. Known to reside in ...
Mississippi Kite- when I was in school in Portales NM, at ENMU, these birds would literally come down off the administration building and take knock your hat off! Crazy birds!! #nostalgia
The Mississippi kite (Ictinia mississippiensis) is a small bird of prey in the family Accipitridae. Mississippi kites have narrow, pointed wings and are graceful in flight, often appearing to float in the air. It is not uncommon to see several circling in the same area.
Mississippi Kite - We had a mom and baby at the cabin last summer. They are fairly large birds of prey.
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Mississippi Kite (Ictinia mississippiensis) is a small bird of prey. It is 12 to 15 inches beak to tail and has a wingspan averaging 3 feet. Weight is from 7.6-13.7 oz. Adults are gray with darker gray on their tail feathers and outer wings and lighter gray on their heads and inner wings. Males and females look alike, but the males are slightly paler on the head and neck. Mississippi Kites breed across the central and southern United States.
Mississippi Kite - we've had two of these in our backyard for a few days. Very cool birds!
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Траурный дронго / Fork-Tailed (Common) Drongo / African (savanna) drongo / Dicrurus adsimilis #дронго #траурный #птица
Fork-Tailed Drongo by Marc Scott-Parkin Listen... http://www.xeno-canto.org/sounds/uploaded/FMQSRXIRTH/220FTDRO0911160551NAET2.mp3
Fork-Tailed Drongo - The fork-tailed drongo-cuckoo (Surniculus dicruroides) is a species of cuckoo that resembles a black drongo. It is found resident mainly in peninsular India in hill forests although some specimens are known from the Himalayan foothills.
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FORK-TAILED DRONGO - Dicrurus adsimilis . . . Sub-Saharan Africa
Fork-Tailed Drongo: Africa S of the Sahara. Marc Scott-Parkin
Fork-Tailed Drongo by Marc Scott-Parkin, Himachal Pradesh
Fork-tailed drongo (Dicrurus adsimilis) Траурный дронго
Fork-Tailed Drongo (photo by Marc Scott-Parkin)
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Og denne type fugl har vi hatt boende hos oss rett ved innkjorselen i sommer. For et fugl - for et vingespenn. Black kite, Im a fan.
Black Kite one landed by my front door unexpectedly. HUGE bird up close.
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White-tailed Kite (Elanus leucurus) is an elanid kite of genus Elanus found in western North America and parts of South America. Their coloration is gull-like, but their shape and flight falcon-like, with a rounded tail. Mainly white underneath, they have black wingtips and shoulders. A mid-sized kite.
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peregrineinastoop: White-tailed Kite by Conrad Tan
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White-tailed Kite by Conrad Tan
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Swallow Tailed Kite (Photo by Keith Collins)
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Fairy-wren: Swallow Tailed Kite (Photo By Keith Collins)
Swallow Tailed Kite (Photo by Keith Collins).
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raindropsonroses-65: Pin Tailed Whydah (Vidua macroura), male - Sub-Saharan Africa (photo by kengoh8888)
Pin-tailed Whydah (Vidua macroura). A small finch of Sub-Saharan Africa. Breeding males grow very long tails. photo: Ken Goh. Lol I about bought a Finch lik this
Pin-tailed Whydah (Vidua macroura). A small finch of Sub-Saharan Africa. Breeding males grow very long tails. photo: Ken Goh.
Pin-tailed Whydah (Vidua macroura). A small finch of Sub-Saharan Africa. Breeding males grow very long tails. photo: Ken Goh. Lol I about bought a Finch lik this Saw 2 males and a female on the lawn this afternoon ~ Rentia
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Pin Tailed Whydah (Vidua macroura), photographed by Ken Goh.
Male Pin Tailed Whydah (Vidua Macroura), Sub-Saharan Africa
Long Tailed Tit (in St Petersberg)
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Once, back in Ireland, a long time ago / She saw the little people dancing in the snow. / They didn't have shoes on their little cold feet; / They looked as though they hadn't had a bite of food to eat, / But all of them were singing, and their singing sounded sweet. / Now she feeds the little birds that flutter in the snow. / They make her think of Ireland, a long time ago. ~Mildred Bowers Armstrong
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Long Tailed Tit (in St Petersberg) - beautiful bird - colour scheme inspiration
Long Tailed Tit (in St Petersberg): Gee, this is a pretty bird.
Long Tailed Tit (in St Petersberg) - beautiful bird Sweet!
Long Tailed Tit. (KO) Sweet little buddy.
The Batelelur eagle - now known by the unromantic name of Short tailed eagle - Terathopius ecaudatus. It is a beautiful bird that soars like acrobat in the sky. Instantly recognisable on the wing by its short tail and when perched its flat headed silouhette is the clue if the light is cryptic. Seen. Photographer unknown
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African Bateleur [eagle] The Bateleur (Terathopius ecaudatus) is a medium-sized eagle in the family Accipitridae. Its closest relatives are the snake eagles. It is the only member of the genus Terathopius and may be the origin of the "Zimbabwe bird", national emblem of Zimbabwe. It is endemic to Africa and small parts of Arabia. "Bateleur" is French for "Street Performer".
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Bird with red head by Tambako the Jaguar on Flickr. African bateleur eagle
“@adorablelissy: African Bateleur #adorable #animals ”Amazing photo
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African Bateleur Eagle - South Africa.
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Swallow-tailed Kite (Elanoides forficatus) is an elanid kite which breeds from the southeastern United States to eastern Peru and northern Argentina.
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Swallow-tailed Kite (Elanoides fortificatus)
Black-shouldered kite 3 / Australian Kite by aaardvaark, via Flickr. The Australian Black-shouldered Kite is one of two hovering kites with the letter-winged kite being the other. They look very similar and you can only make a definite distinction during flight by checking the underwing.