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This is dedicated to my three amazing little birds who helped string together our favorite pearls of wisdom and words that strike personal meaning within each of our souls. May we continue to fly…

This is dedicated to my three amazing little birds who helped string together our favorite pearls of wisdom and words that strike personal meaning within each of our souls. May we continue to fly…

Akiko Jazz в Твиттере: «И такие бывают синицы. Шикарные. Гималайская или индийская черногорлая синица. Himalayan Black-Lored Tit. Paridae family» +

“И такие бывают синицы. Шикарные. Гималайская или индийская черногорлая синица. Himalayan Black-Lored Tit. Paridae family”

A lilac breastes roller bird is a beautiful bird and here are some fun facts #birds #birdwatching #funfacts #interesting #cuteanimals #colors

A lilac breastes roller bird is a beautiful bird and here are some fun facts #birds #birdwatching #funfacts #interesting #cuteanimals #colors

Фотограф Иван Иванов - Сизоворонка _2 #1790261. 35PHOTO

Фотограф Иван Иванов - Сизоворонка _2 #1790261. 35PHOTO

The Tufted Titmouse (Baeolophus bicolor) is a small songbird from North America, a species in the tit and chickadee family (Paridae). The habitat is deciduous and mixed woods as well as gardens, parks and shrubland in the eastern United States; they barely range into southeastern Canada in the Great Lakes region.

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The Steller’s Jay (Cyancitta stelleri) The western counterpart to the eastern Blue Jay. These two are our only jay species with crests; both are generalists in diet and adaptable in habitat, living in both forests and tree filled residential areas, foraging on nuts and seeds, insects, eggs, and even small vertebrates. Intelligent birds and talented mimics.

The Steller’s Jay (Cyancitta stelleri) The western counterpart to the eastern Blue Jay. These two are our only jay species with crests; both are generalists in diet and adaptable in habitat, living in both forests and tree filled residential areas, foraging on nuts and seeds, insects, eggs, and even small vertebrates. Intelligent birds and talented mimics.