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A pair of beautiful parrots at Animal Kingdom in Orlando, Florida   Featured in Pets and Animals  Featured in Disney  Featured in Nature and Landscape Photography

A pair of beautiful parrots at Animal Kingdom in Orlando, Florida Featured in Pets and Animals Featured in Disney Featured in Nature and Landscape Photography

I think I may have to dedicate a board just to birds.....love this little hummer!

Such gorgeous glittery color. God must like glitter too!

birds of florida - Google Search

birds of florida - Google Search

green-headed tanager photo by jarbas mattos

rubydusted:  Found on douglloydphotography.com

V is for Vermillion Flycatcher. Saw this beauty at the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation area near Sierra Vista, Arizona.

Killdeer - my favorite bird of all time.

Killdeer - love these little birds

Photo by Mary and her camera on flickr

with the determination and passion contained in this tiny little bird, I truly could change the world.

White-headed Marsh Tyrant

White-headed Marsh Tyrant

amazing bird

More of nature's beauty "Cotton candy" bird

Grow Your Own Bird Seed; Use these 10 plants to bring more feathered friends into your backyard.

Grow Your Own Birdseed - Birds & Blooms - 10 Plants that bring more Feathered Friends into your backyard!

Purple Gallinule  (have seen several of this colorful bird in Florida)

Purple Gallinule (have seen several of this colorful bird in Florida)

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The yellow ones are male American Goldfinches. The other three are House Finches – the males having the red coloring. ♥ They have the sweetest song!

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GREEN MAGPIE (Cissa chinensis)  The Green Magpie is a member of the Crow family, roughly about the size of the Eurasian Jay or slightly smaller.  It is found from the lower Himalayas in north eastern India in a broad south easterly band down into central Thailand, Malaysia, Sumatra and northwestern Borneo via Passarinhando-BIRDS FB

Green Magpie (Cissa chinensis) The Green Magpie is a member of the Crow family, roughly about the size of the Eurasian Jay or slightly smaller.

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