Little Auk

Little Auk live in the high Arctic in thousands, lay eggs on sticks in shelter of rocks or a cave.

Dovekie   Known locally as "bullbirds", these are fairly common in winter in Newfoundland but usually seen on the ocean and from a considerable distance. This was a rare opportunity to photograph one perched on jagged cliff rocks.

Dovekie or Little Auk (Alle alle) small seabirds that breed on Islands in the high Arctic.

The Little Auk, or Dovekie (Alle alle),[2] is a small auk, the only member of the genus Alle. It breeds on islands in the high Arctic. Their breeding habitat is coastal mountainsides, where they have large colonies. They nest in crevices or beneath large rocks, usually laying just one egg. The species is also commonly found in the Norwegian Sea.

image source The little auk, or dovekie (Alle alle), is a small auk, the only member of the genus Alle. It breeds on islands in the high Arctic. There are two subspecies: A.

Double Banded Courser shading her eggs from the hot sun    (photos by greg lasley)

Double Banded Courser shading her eggs from the hot sun (photos by greg lasley)

Pretty colors

Panoramio - Photo of Tricolor Heron - Lakes Park, Fort myers - Florida

Leucistic Common Grackle (Quiscalus quiscula). The species is widespread in North America. The normal coloring is iridescent near-black where this bird is brown and iridescent dark bronze where it is white. photo: tanager55.

The species is widespread in North America. The normal coloring is iridescent near-black where this bird is brown and iridescent dark bronze where it is white

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Sumatran laughingthrush/Black-and-white laughingthrush (Garrulax bicolor)(Leiothrichidae) IUCN : Vulnerable (VU)

Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them.  Are you not much more valuable than they?  Matthew 6:26

Baby birds cuddling on branch.Cute animal pictures and happy feel good pictures. Steve jobs and bob marley quotes - adorable animals, bulldog

Horneros are brown birds with rather short tails and fairly long bills. They are known for building mud nests that resemble old wood-fired ovens (the Spanish word “hornero” comes from horno, meaning “oven”)

I built my lady a house…

Even Birds build cob homes! hornero-bird-building-nest Building a new home?

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Stellers Jay (Cyanocitta stelleri) a jay native to western North America, closely related to the Blue Jay

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