As you can tell by the title, this is the 5th post on birds–not counting a couple entries about specific species. Each time I publish a bird post I am sure I must have exhausted all the most spectacular bird species and photographs. Once again I find more to share. I hope you enjoy and at the end, if you don’t want to stop, you can follow the links to all the previous bird entries.
Gray Peacock Pheasant
He might be a blue-legged King Bird of Paradise but he sure has tiny wings….are those the wings or decorations?
Lilac breasted roller
via national geographic
Male Crested Wood Partridge
Hungarian Grison Rouge Pigeon.
Ooops, sorry kid.
Snowy egret via National Geographic by Graham McGeorge
Mr. and Mrs.Red-bellied Grackle
Grenadiers finches preening.
peacock in flight
Another Polish Chicken
pink pigeon, manzaralar
via National Geographic
AREN’T OWLS GREAT?
Lady Amherst’s Pheasant
Violet-Ear Hummingbird….Hummingbirds have ears?
Via National Geographic by Helmut Ignat
Antillean Crested Hummingbird
by Paul Smith
For more birds go to Birds 4, Birds 3, Birds 2, or Birds 1
Thanks to Kathleen, Patricia S.,
And to Iva for a lot of help with naming.