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Speckled Tanager (Tangara guttata)

Green Catbird, Ailuroedus crassirostris, a bowerbird: AU's subtropical E coast: photo-Gerard Satherley

Northern Crested Caracara -  A New World species of falcon. Photo: Sergio Bitran M. - via Jean-Pierre Truant

Northern Crested Caracara (Caracara cheriway), photo: Sergio Bitran M.

Green-headed Tanager by Arlei Bertani*

Green-headed Tanager (Tangara seledon) by Arlei Bertani on

Red-crested Cardinal - found in northern Argentina, Bolivia, southern Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay (by Matthew Sullivan)

Male Red Crested Cardinal (Explored)- Paroaria coronate ~ Matthew J.

The Golden-Headed Quetzal 'Pharomachrus auriceps' is a colorful bird native to highlands forests in South America.

The Golden-Headed Quetzal (Pharomachrus auriceps) is a colorful bird native to highlands forests in South America. Golden-headed Quetzals occur in the Andes of Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and

Mexican Jay - would like to see one of these in the wild someday

Mexican Jay -whole group in Ramsey Canyon

Torenvalk or Common Kestrel - The Common Kestrel is a bird of prey species belonging to the kestrel group of the falcon family Falconidae. It is also known as the European Kestrel, Eurasian Kestrel, or Old World Kestrel

Common Kestrel (Falco tinnunculus) is a bird of prey species belonging to the kestrel group of the falcon family Falconidae. It is also known as the European Kestrel, Eurasian Kestrel, or Old World Kestrel. It is widespread in Europe, Asia, and Africa.

European Goldfinch (Carduelis carduelis) by Sandor Bernath

European Goldfinch (Carduelis carduelis) by Sandor Bernath Our Cardellino apartment is named after this lovely bird!

Time Lapse photo of birds feeding over a 5 minute period.

Array of birds visiting a feeder: the blue tit, coal tit, great tit, chaffinch, nuthatch and bullfinch.

Es un mundo hermoso!

This bird is called a Red-browed Pardalote. Native to Australia, the Red-browed Pardalote is unique in that this bird makes its nests underground at the end of a tunnel. This bird is definitely different with that headdress. LOL ~Me

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