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"Why Ravens Share" Young ravens eat regularly, even when food is rare, because they direct one another to food bonanzas and fend off adults by feeding in large crowds. Read more (JSTOR): July & Aug. 1995, illustration by Linda Huff. #ravens #birds #animals

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Green-headed Tanager

birds of a feather

Don't forget to feed the wild birds in Winter...plumes & seeds...

Bonaparte, Charles Lucian, 1803-1857 / American ornithology, or, The natural history of birds inhabiting the United States, not given by Wilson : with figures drawn, engraved, and coloured, from nature (1828) 1. Steller's jay. 2. Lapland longspur. 3. Female, pp. [unnumbered]-52

The Raptors of Winter

Raptors of Winter

Hawaiian Honeycreepers

Scientific Illustration | Hawaiian Honeycreepers

1960s vintage bird print passerine species cute by ModernAntiquary

1960s vintage bird print, passerine species, cute songbirds,

BOAT-BILLED HERON - Cochlearius cochlearius . . . Mangrove swamps from Mexico to Peru and Brazil . . . Photo: S J Stephen

Albrecht Dürer ‘Wing of a European Roller’ (modified) 1512 Watercolor and gouache on vellum

Northern Hawk Owl (Surnia ulula)

30 days bird drawing!! for all the birds!

Cardinal in Winter

Frozen II by tigeress66 on deviantART

Robin • Toon onderwerp - Roodborst aan de bessen !

Common Green Magpie (Cissa Chinensis) is a member of the crow family. Found in the Himalayas, Thailand, Malaysia, Sumatra and Borneo.

Common green magpie - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Antillean Crested Hummingbird (Orthorhyncus cristatus)

Antillean Crested Hummingbird Greeting Card by Thomas Kaestner

Did you know a Barn Swallow can eat up to 60 insects in an hour or that a hummingbird can visit more than 1,000 flowers in a day? These facts, along with many more, are highlighted on our new 2014 infographic of "Why Birds Matter"! These 11x17in posters are bilingual with English on one side and Spanish on the other, order yours today.

Amelia must have worked during Thanksgiving. For the habitat restoration conservation theme (IMBD 2015), she created this piece focusing on wetlands. Amelia debe haber trabajado durante Día de Gracias. Para la tema de conservación, restauración del hábitat (IMBD 2015), creó esta pieza se centra en los humedales.

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Amelia Hansen has submitted the Yellow Warbler, which will be featured in the IMBD 2015 art. Comments?! Amelia Hansen ha presentado el Chipe amarillo , la cual será utilizada en el arte DIAM 2015. ¿Comentarios? #BirdDay #2015IMBD #HabitatRestoration

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The 2015 Bird Day theme art drafts are out! Look at more of Amelia Hansen's art work on the EFTA Facebook and at and don't forget to VOTE for the theme title! #BirdDay #2015IMBD #HabitatRestoration

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lost beasts, flowergoose: Golden plover

lost beasts, flowergoose: Golden plover

Blackburnian Warbler

Rufous Motmot (Baryphthengus martii), a near-passerine species that breeds in the rainforests of Honduras, Bolivia, Ecuador, and Costa Rica. photo: jeluba

Beautiful Owl

Desert Cardinal

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