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Špaček obecný (Sturnus vulgaris)

Špaček obecný (Sturnus vulgaris)

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One seriously pissed off bird! The Shoebill (Balaeniceps rex), also known as the Whalehead or Shoe-billed Stork

O-h-h, for pete's sake whose idea was it to go out on a limb?! cirque du soleil

Takes Teamwork to Get the Baby Back in the Nest (I adore this photo!I have never see this but have always wondered how they can rescue their babies when they fall out of the nest!

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The Racket-tailed Treepie (Crypsirina temia) is an Asian treepie, a member of the Corvidae (crow) family. his bird occurs in southern Burma (Myanmar),.

Grow Your Own Bird Seed; Use these 10 plants to bring more feathered friends into your backyard.

Grow Your Own Birdseed - Birds & Blooms - 10 Plants that bring more Feathered Friends into your backyard!

New Zealand Kea

New Zealand Kea by Ed Janwattana. The Kea is a large species of parrot, about long, found in forested and alpine regions of the South Island Island of New Zealand.

Kestrel/ Torenvalk...not an owl, but it is another raptor, and I can't resist the colours.

Kestrel/ Torenvalk by Johan van Gool on - beautiful bird, but love the color combination

TweetFoto týdne 18/2017 Brhlík lesní (Sitta europaea) fotografie k dispozici ve fotobance Mohlo by vás zajímat:  Autorský fotokalendář 2017 -…

TweetFoto týdne 18/2017 Brhlík lesní (Sitta europaea) fotografie k dispozici ve fotobance Mohlo by vás zajímat: Autorský fotokalendář 2017 -…

Připravili jsme pro vás autorský fotokalendář pro rok 2017. V kalendáři najdete fotografie ptactva z Delty Dunaje. Cena kalendáře…

Připravili jsme pro vás autorský fotokalendář pro rok 2017. V kalendáři najdete fotografie ptactva z Delty Dunaje. Cena kalendáře…

The Common Starling - Sturnus vulgaris, is a medium-sized passerine bird. Its native range is in temperate Europe and Asia.

The Common Starling - Sturnus vulgaris, is a medium-sized passerine bird. Its native range is in temperate Europe and Asia. First introduced in New York's central Park in their offspring have multiplied to 200 million plus.

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