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Scaly breasted munia | Lonchura punctulata | Taken @ Bangalore | Jul -2014 | Copyright : AV Fotography

Scaly breasted munia | Lonchura punctulata | Taken @ Bangalore | Jul -2014 | Copyright : AV Fotography

Hummingbirds, Anna, Hummingbird


Male northern cardinal bird in winter snow storm on branch of red berries - Angry bird!

Rufous Hummingbird Nest  from: Karen Crowe Photography via weekendswithmarmots.zenfolio.com

Humming bird nest - Where we lived salmon berry bushes grew abundantly and the hummingbirds loved making nests in them. Such a delight to be able to show my young children their nests with the small little eggs or baby birds in them!

wren....the one at our feeder is very plump!

Little Wren, 5x7" photograph

A Winter Wren: One of England's Well-Loved Birds! This is actually a Carolina Wren, identified as such by the warm reddish brown back, buffy underparts and white stripe above the eye. This bird is also much bigger than a Winter Wren.

Bright Colors ❤️

The European bee-eater (Merops apiaster) is a near passerine bird in the bee-eater family Meropidae. It breeds in southern Europe and in parts of north Africa.

(13) Robin Maria Pedrero

The plain, dull background behind the bird makes the photo simple and draws attention to the blue bird. Someday I hope to see this little bluebird myself.

Precious baby swallows!!

Precious baby swallows!!

awesome Totaly Outdoors: Great Egret

Totaly Outdoors: Great Egret


Colorful Birds In Love

*LET IT SNOW ~ Beautiful little Mountain Bluebirds snuggle together. I just amazes me the beautiful things God has made for us to enjoy.

perfect resting spot / hummingbird

Baby hummingbird resting on a zinnia by "Walk in the Woods Photography." the zinnia was my grandmother's favorite flower-I had a humming bird on them last week!

Winter Cardinals on Goldenrod ... a painting by Larry Zach.

Winter Cardinals on Goldenrod

"Winter Cardinals on Goldenrod" by Larry Zach ~~ Cardinals are active songbirds and sing a variety of different melodies. Unlike many songbirds, both male and female cardinals sing, and the female often vocalizes with song from her nest.