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lilymphotos:

We got a cool bird feeder and it has the birds come into your room!!! It has a one way mirror so they don’t know you’re right there watching them.

need! but with hummingbird feeder too

Ho-oh likes his right foot rubbed
lookit those toes

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linknovate:

funnywildlife:

Purple-crowned Fairy Wrens !!


Endemic to northern Australia, they has been for around 10,000 years.

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gothamknowledge:

Lady Amherst’s Pheasant

Sometimes I just don’t know you nature.

birds are amazing

tinycartridge:

Birdly Default by Foxiz

I don’t know why this exists, but I am spinning around in my office chair screaming because it does. From Foxiz’ description (there’s a second page of birds on her Tumblr too!):

"BIRDLY DEFAULT, coming February 7th 2014, is Square-Enix’s latest and particularly unorthodox foray into the world of companion birds"

Nintendo should have just ditched that “jobs” trailer it uploaded for Bravely Default last week and sent this out. Actually, it should abandon Bravely Default altogether because the game can’t be as good as this. Sorry, Akihiko Yoshida.

BIRDS ARE TAKING OVER THE 3DS, y’all.

PREORDER Bravely Default, upcoming games
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corvidblog:

Did you know that one of the world’s most endangered species of bird is a crow?  The Hawaiian crow—ʻAlalā to native Hawaiians—is a species of crow endemic to Hawaii and is currently extinct in the wild, but conservation efforts to save a breed the species has taken the captive population over 100 birds.  Expected reintroduction dates for this species are tentatively set for 2014.  Here’s a blog article (with video) about the progress of the Hawaiian crow.

(Image from the San Diego Zoo blogs.)

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astronomy-to-zoology:

Comb-crested Jacana (Irediparra gallinacea)

Also known as the Lotusbird or Lilytrotter, the Comb-crested Jacana is the only member of the genus Irediparra. I. gallinacea occurs throughout Southeast Asia and northern and eastern Australia. Like other jacanas (jacanidae) comb-crested jacanas spend most of their time on floating vegetation using their large toes and small size to keep afloat. They feed mainly on seeds and aquatic insects which are gleaned from floating vegetation or directly off the water’s surface. Comb-crested jacana pairs are polyandrous and will build their nest on floating vegetation.

Classification

Animalia-Chordata-Aves-Charadriiformes-Jacanidae-Irediparra-I. gallinacea

Images: John Hill and Djamnalawa

princeowl:

when i meet people who dont like birds

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fairy-wren:

eastern rosellas and australian magpie (by zosterops)

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