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Historically, sailors considered it bad luck to kill a seagull because they believed gulls contained the souls of sailors killed at sea.

Bird Photography Hover with Cirrus Clouds by susieloucks on Etsy - beautiful lines, great design elements.

Endangered Takahe, still living in Fiordland wilderness. NZ

The rare, flightless takahē. At Te Anau Wildlife centre you can see these amazing birds as well as other natives, which have been injured and are being rehabilitated to return to the wild.

Wandering Whistling Duck (Dendrocygna arcuata)

Wandering Whistling Duck (Dendrocygna arcuata) is a species of whistling duck. They inhabit tropical and subtropical Australia, the Philippines, Borneo, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and the Pacific Islands.

Bohemian-Waxwing (Silkitoppa)-3-E by Sindri Skúlason - Nice catch!

27 + Beautiful and Colorful Bird Types from Around the World that You Should Know

PUKEKO! Swamp birds of New Zealand. Known for walking right in front of cars lol

Portrait of one of New Zealand's most beautiful birds, the Pukeko. Pukeko is the Maori name for the Purple Swamphen. I've seen a couple of Pukekos near . The Majestic Pukeko

Galinha Vulturina - Aves Ornamentais - Outras Aves | Fazenda Visconde

Galinha Vulturina - Aves Ornamentais - Outras Aves | Fazenda Visconde

seriema | Red-legged Seriema The Seriema birds are the sole extant members of the small and ancient clade Cariamidae. The Seriemas are large, long-legged terrestrial birds that range from 70 to 90 cm. They live in grasslands, savanna, dry woodland and open forests of Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay. There are two species of seriemas, the Red-legged Seriema (Cariama cristata) and the Black-legged Seriema (Chunga burmeisteri).

Red-legged Seriema - sole extant members of the small ancient clade Cariamidae. They are large, long-legged terrestrial birds cm) that live in grasslands, savanna, open forests dry woodland of S America.

The Scissor-tailed Flycatcher, Tyrannus forficatus, aka the Texas bird-of-paradise - saw many on the King Ranch, Texas

Turdidae - Bird Watching,Resources for Bird Watching by the Fat Birder

Turdidae - Bird Watching,Resources for Bird Watching by the Fat Birder

Albatross - The wingspans of the largest great albatrosses can exceed 340 cm (11.2 ft) - I spotted some on my Dolphin swim and they were majestic: http://www.zigzagonearth.com/swim-wild-dolphins-new-zealand/

Albatross - The wingspans of the largest great albatrosses are the largest of any bird, exceeding 340 cm ft). Albatross have high glide ratios, around to meaning that for every meter they drop, they can travel forward 22 metres.

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