victoria crowned pigeon

Victoria Crowned Pigeon: One of the largest pigeon, they are native to low lands of New Guinea. Both sexes look alike with bluish grey body with maroon or carmine breast, red iris and unique silky white tipped flower like crest.

Victoria Crowned Pigeons.

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Punk! by Sue Demetriou, via 500px Victoria Crowned Pigeon

Victoria Crowned Pigeon, N New Guinea & surrounding islands by Sue Demetriou

Rainbow Pigeon

Gorgeous Colorful Nicobar Pigeon- how could anyone deny there is a God when there are such gorgeous creatures walking this earth?

Crowned Pigeon

The Victoria Crowned Pigeon (Goura victoria) is a large, bluish-grey pigeon with elegant blue lace-like crests, maroon breast and red iris. It is part of a genus of three unique very large, ground-dwelling pigeons native to the New Guinea region.

Pied Imperial Pigeon

"Pied Imperial Pigeon" by Nate A ** This is such a lovely fluffy yellow bird.

Leucistic Dark-eyed Junco | by cdbtx. Snohomish County, Washington, USA.

Leucistic Dark-eyed Junco, looks like a snow type bird but how beautiful to see a white bird in the garden in the Summer

Spinifex Pigeons from Australia. A very stunning bird with their erect crests, yellow eyes and red eye masks!

English Fantail Pigeon aka Royal Pigeon by alokyardi…

What a beautiful fluff

Rollers are so pretty! Racket-tailed roller at the San Diego Zoo in California

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The Northern carmine bee-eater (Merops nubicus) is an African near passerine bird in the bee-eater family

Colorful Birds -Hummingbirds are so tiny and beautiful.

27 + Beautiful and Colorful Bird Types from Around the World that You Should Know

White morph Asian Paradise Flycatcher (Terpsiphone paradisi) in India by Doraiswamy Swethadri. This beautiful bird inspires me!