Yes, this is the very rare Marius kayicus photoshopicus peafowl. Its natural habitat is on boards of gullible Pinterest users.

NOT a real color for a peacock but a pretty photoshop production Yes, this is the very rare Marius kayicus photoshopicus peafowl. It's natural habitat is in the board of gullible pinners.

No wonder there called lovebirds--Yes these are actually what real lovebirds look like!                                                                                                                                                      More

Des photos prises au bon moment et au bon endroit – Partie 9

Beautiful And Rare To See Blue Owl | Styles Time

Beautiful And Rare To See Blue Owl

Himalayan Black-Lored Tit, Paridae family: active insectivores and cavity-nesters. (Swethadri Doraiswamy)

That's a badass little tit! Himalayan Black-Lored Tit, Paridae family: active insectivores and cavity-nesters.

50 Most Beautiful Bird Photography examples and Tips for Photographers

50 Most Beautiful Bird Photography examples for your inspiration

the north wind doth blow  and we shall have snow  and what will poor robin do then  poor thing...

Captured in nature, the perfect Christmas card

Beautiful Backyard and Wild Birds are featured in these New Bird Calendars for This selection of Birds Calendars includes Amazing Waterfowl,.

Bearded tit. Beautiful and makes me want to smile

10+ Animals That Are So Round They’ll Roll Straight Into Your Heart

This sweet little bird is the Bearded Reedling also known as the Bearded Tit. - by David Drangsland

What a beautiful bird, nature never let's me down it is so wonderful

What a beautiful bird, nature never let's me down it is so wonderfu

Tiny Goldcrest- with a beautiful yellow stripe.

British garden birds - Tiny Goldcrest- with a beautiful yellow stripe.

turaco [previously pinned to my more generic bird board by Barbara Hughes; thanks, Barbara!] | 28 Dazzling Exotic Birds You Probably Never Heard Of

28 Dazzling Exotic Birds You Probably Never Heard Of ~ Livingstone's Turaco. Turacos make up the bird family Musophagidae (literally 'banana eaters'). Depsite the name, they generally do not eat bananas.

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