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Blue-faced honeyeater

blue-faced honeyeater, Entomyzon cyanotis Found in open woodland, parks, and gardens, the Blue-faced Honeyeater is common in northern and eastern Australia and southern New Guinea.

Entomyzon cyanotis; Blue-faced Honeyeater Eastern Australia and Southern New Guinea

Blue-faced Honeyeater - (Entomyzon cyanotis) Eastern Australia and Southern New Guinea

Indigo Bunting

Blue bird sitting on a sunflower. in honor of my beautiful daughter Amanda who loves sunflowers, and is more beautiful than a blue bird , even this one

Rosefinch - ©James Ownby www.ownbyphotography.com/traveldiaryp85.html

Himalayan White-browed Rosefinch (Carpodacus thura) by James Ownby in Bhutan.

Double-barred or Owl Finch (Taeniopygia bichenovii). Native to the shrublands of northern and eastern Australia. photo: Ian Colley.

Double-Barred or Owl Finch, native to the shrublands of north & east AU (photo by Ian Colley)

Pretty birds...

Cozy couple - nothing like nature to put together the perfect color palette!

Lyn A. - Google+ Blue Dacnis

Blue Dacnis (Dacnis cayana) or Turquoise Honeycreepers are small Tanagers. They occur naturally in Central America - Nicaragua to Panama, on Trinidad - as well as in South America south to Bolivia and northern Argentina.-So beautiful!

The Tricoloured Parrotfinch (Erythrura tricolor) is a species of estrildid finch found in Indonesia & East Timor. It is found in subtropical/ tropical dry forest & dry savanna. Photo by secondclaw

TRICOLORED PARROTFINCH (Erythrura tricolor) ©Hayvanlar Alemi & Hayvan Resimleri The Tricoloured Parrotfinch is a species of estrildid finch found in Indonesia & Timor-Leste. It has an estimated global extent of occurrence of to km².

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White-winged fairywren (Malurus leucopterus) is a species of passerine bird in the fairywren family Maluridae. It lives in the drier parts of central Australia; from central Queensland and South Australia across to Western Australia.

The bare-throated bellbird (Procnias nudicollis), a species of bird in the Cotingidae family. It is found in Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay.  It has one of the loudest calls of any bird - a sharp sound like that of a hammer striking an anvil or a bell, emitted by the male while it perches on a high branch in order to attract a mate. The sound is so loud, that it can be heard up to a mile away and can apparently cause damage to human hearing if heard from close range.

Exotic birds - Bare-throated Bellbird (Procnias nudicollis) - It is a species of bird in the Cotingidae family. It lives in Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay.