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Mother Nature outdid herself with these feathered beauties!

From dazzling plumage to stunning crests, the bird world is a masterpiece. @birbelgesel

The iridescence of purple starlings

A variety of birds

The little bird who came to tea

He literally laughed out loud

It’s a wonderful moment

Sturnia pagodarum

Sturnia pagodarum, commonly known as the Brahminy Starling, is a bird species found across the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia. It features a glossy purplish-blue plumage with a distinctive white underbelly and a crest on its head. This starling is notable for its melodious song and its ability to mimic other bird calls. Often seen in large flocks, it exhibits social behavior, communicating through various vocalizations.

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Jacobin Pigeons

The Jacobin is a distinctive breed of pigeon known for its striking appearance, particularly its unique feather arrangement resembling a hood or collar around its neck. Originating from India, these pigeons come in various color variations, including white, black, red, and blue. The Jacobin’s elegant appearance and regal demeanor have made it a popular breed among pigeon enthusiasts and fanciers worldwide. Despite their ornate appearance, Jacobins are hardy birds capable of thriving in various environments. They are admired not only for their beauty but also for their gentle nature, making them beloved pets and show birds in many countries.

Spotted forktail nest

The Spotted Forktail is a charming bird found in the Himalayan foothills and Southeast Asia. This small bird is named for its distinctive white spots on its black wings and tail. It has a sleek black and white plumage, a white belly, and a distinctive white eyebrow stripe. The Spotted Forktail is often found near fast-flowing streams and forested areas, where it forages for insects and small aquatic prey.

The owls are curious about the presence of strangers

An outdoor shower !

The Red-tailed Minla is a charming bird species found in the mountainous regions of Southeast Asia, including countries like Nepal, India, and Myanmar. It’s known for its vibrant plumage, featuring a combination of olive-green on the upperparts and a bright yellow underbelly. As its name suggests, the Red-tailed Minla has a distinctive red tail that adds a splash of color to its appearance.

The Black Francolin

The Black Francolin is a gamebird native to South Asia, particularly found in countries like India, Pakistan, and Nepal. This bird is known for its striking black plumage with white speckles and distinctive red and white cheek patches. The male Black Francolin has a loud and distinctive call that echoes through open grasslands and agricultural fields, making it a familiar sound in rural areas.

Anna’s Hummingbird

That’s so funny

Beautiful bird

Wrinkled hornbill

The Wrinkled Hornbill (Rhabdotorrhinus corrugatus) is a large bird species native to the rainforests of Southeast Asia, particularly found in Borneo and Sumatra. It is characterized by its striking appearance, featuring a black body with wrinkled skin around its eyes and throat, a large yellow bill with a casque (a hollow structure on top), and white-tipped tail feathers. The Wrinkled Hornbill primarily feeds on fruits, figs, and insects found in the forest canopy. It plays an essential role in seed dispersal, helping to maintain the biodiversity of its habitat.

Bee eater tree

The Bee-eater, particularly the European Bee-eater (Merops apiaster), is a vibrant bird found across Europe, Africa, and parts of Asia. Known for its colorful plumage, it boasts a mix of green, blue, yellow, and chestnut feathers. Bee-eaters are adept hunters, catching insects mid-air, with a preference for bees and wasps, which they skillfully disarm by removing the stinger before consumption. They nest in colonies, digging burrows in sandy banks or flat ground. Their dazzling colors and aerial acrobatics make Bee-eaters a favorite among birdwatchers.

Weird-beaked birds raise babies

The Pied Avocet (Recurvirostra avosetta) is a striking wader found in Europe, Asia, and Africa. It features black-and-white plumage, long legs, and a distinctive upturned bill used for sweeping through water to catch invertebrates. Preferring shallow wetlands and coastal areas, Avocets nest in colonies on open ground near water. Their elegant appearance and synchronized feeding behavior make them a captivating sight in their wetland habitats.

The Bare-throated Bellbird

The Bare-throated Bellbird (Procnias nudicollis) is a large bird found in the Atlantic Forest of South America, particularly in Brazil. Known for its distinctive call resembling the sound of a bell, it is named for the lack of feathers on its throat. The male has a striking appearance, with bright yellow plumage and a black head. These birds play important roles in seed dispersal and are indicators of forest health in their habitat.


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