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Black swan warming foot in the sun

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emuwren:The Bluethroat - Luscinia svecica, is a small passerine bird  .It is a migratory insectivorous species breeding in wet birch wood or bushy swamp in Europe and Asia .    ❀nature/animal blawg ❀

the bluethroat (luscinia svecica), is a small passerine bird. it is a migratory insectivorous species found in europe and asia with a foothold in western alaska. world flyctcher)

The Dusky Moorhen - Galainula tenebrosa, is a bird in the rail family. It occurs in Australia, New Guinea, and Indonesia. The Dusky Moorhen ...

The Dusky Moorhen - Galainula tenebrosa, is a bird in the rail family. It occurs in Australia, New Guinea, and Indonesia. The Dusky Moorhen .

七股黑面琵鷺 black-faced spoonbill

七股黑面琵鷺 black-faced spoonbill

The perfect friend for an orphaned princess-to-be: “ tree swallow (photo by laura meyers) ”

NOT MY PHOTO jewel head -- Mother nature provides such beautiful color combinations. These colors would make a beautiful quilt.

Phragmite des joncs - Sedge Warbler

Phragmite des joncs - Sedge Warbler

https://flic.kr/p/7rMCXS | Kingfisher underwater | Everything about this picture was set up to enable me to capture this shot this bird which i call my pet was not injured in any way i just feed her...............................Thanks for looking...Ady

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Kingfisher and chicks via Nature Pages FB

once upon a time by Sergio Luzzini e Luigi Meroni, photo gallery of 14 photos.

magicalnaturetour:  Birds huddle together on a tree branch during a snow storm in April Pembroke, NY. (David Duprey / AP Photo)

Birds perch on a branch during a spring snowstorm in Pembroke, N., Monday, April (AP Photo/David Duprey (WOW how doesn't that branch break?