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    Green Turaco ~ Miks' Pics "Fowl Feathered Friends ll" board @

  • Juanita Brush

    Green as a Granny Smith apple

  • Trisha

    Lime Green Bird

  • Elise Diehl

    This is a BEAUTIFUL bird. Green Turaco

  • Greenerest

    Very cool green bird - Guinea Turaco (Green Turaco), a species of turaco (non-passerine birds)

  • Elsie Gullett

    Guinea Turaco - a brightly colored bird with a large head crest found in Central and Western Africa. They are a member of the Turaco family, which contains many other brightly colored species. They feed on flowers, fruits, and buds. They actually have copper in their feather pigments, which cannot be found in any other animals!

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