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Carnaval, Carnaval... … …

Black Cardboard SWALLOW | krokotak

Black Cardboard SWALLOW | krokotak

Bluebirds in the snow by Cheryl Rose

Bluebirds in the snow

Bluebirds in the snow by Cheryl Rose

Weaver birds, Asia & Africa. Small passerine birds, highly complex woven…

Weaver birds, Asia & Africa. Small passerine birds, highly complex woven…

Owl Rafael By Marina Yamkovskaia - The owl is made with all previous experience and author technology. Bird's joints are able to move: that gives a possibility for a bird to be more natural. The owl had been sewn from real fur, exactly arctic fox. The fur is coming from somebody's being used clothes not directly fr...

Owl Rafael By Marina Yamkovskaia - The owl is made with all previous experience and author technology. Bird's joints are able to move: that gives a possibility for a bird to be more natural. The owl had been sewn from real fur, exactly arctic fox. The fur is coming from somebody's being used clothes not directly fr...

| Wild About Birds Nature Center in Layton, Utah sells everything to do with your backyard birds and also offer tours on the Deseret Ranch, which is home to over 100 species of birds!  For more information, go to http://wildaboutbirdsnaturecenter.com or call 801-779-BIRD.

| Wild About Birds Nature Center in Layton, Utah sells everything to do with your backyard birds and also offer tours on the Deseret Ranch, which is home to over 100 species of birds! For more information, go to http://wildaboutbirdsnaturecenter.com or call 801-779-BIRD.

The Red Munia - Red Avadavat - Strawberry Finch

The Red Munia - Red Avadavat - Strawberry Finch

The purple-crowned fairywren (Malurus coronatus) is a species of bird in the Maluridae family. It is endemic to northern Australia; two subspecies are recognized.

The purple-crowned fairywren (Malurus coronatus) is a species of bird in the Maluridae family. It is endemic to northern Australia; two subspecies are recognized.

The Imperial Pheasant is found in the forests of Vietnam and Laos. Its appearance resembles another Vietnam’s enigmatic bird, the Vietnamese Pheasant, but is larger in size, has longer tail, all dark blue crest and tail feathers. The latter species has white crest and central tail feathers.

The Imperial Pheasant is found in the forests of Vietnam and Laos. Its appearance resembles another Vietnam’s enigmatic bird, the Vietnamese Pheasant, but is larger in size, has longer tail, all dark blue crest and tail feathers. The latter species has white crest and central tail feathers.

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