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BLACK-WINGED STILT - Himantopus himantopus . . . Coastal areas of W Europe and…

Coastal areas of W Europe and Mediterranean region to Central Asia, sub-Saharan Africa and Madagascar, South and Southeast Asia

Ave de rapina

The secretary bird is the only bird of prey who does more walking than flying, up to 20 miles a day. With very large, broad wings, secretary birds are also strong fliers and use thermal air currents to rise and soar. When hunting, they stamp on the ground

Amazing bird:

Amazing Purple Bird - Beautiful

Northern Crested Caracara (Caracara cheriway). A New World species of falcon. by Sergio Bitran M.

Crested Caracara (Caracara cheriway) - A New World species of falcon. Photo: Sergio Bitran M. - via Jean-Pierre Truant

Oiseaux

The Bohemian waxwing is a starling-sized passerine bird that breeds in the northern forests of Eurasia and North America. It has mainly buff-grey plumage, black face markings and a pointed crest.

The kagu or cagou (Rhynochetos jubatus) is a crested, long-legged, and bluish-grey bird endemic to the dense mountain forests of New Caledonia. It is the only surviving member of the genus Rhynochetos and the family Rhynochetidae, although a second species has been described from the fossil record. Measuring 55 cm (22 in) in length, it has pale grey plumage and bright red legs. Its 'nasal corns' are a unique feature not shared with any other bird. It is almost flightless.

The kagu or cagou (Rhynochetos jubatus) is a crested, long-legged, and bluish-grey bird endemic to the dense mountain forests of New Caledonia. It is the only surviving member of the genus Rhynochetos and the family Rhynochetidae, although a second specie

Quetzal

To Aztecs Mayans: "god of the air." Feathers used by Mayans as money. Now the National Bird of Guatemala, who's currency is still called the "quetzal.

Snow Goose

'Christmas Card' by Karl Williams. Many of you will be familiar with the image below, taken last winter, of a mute swan trudging across the frozen surface of Loch Ard. A larger, and better, version of this can be seen at my website karlwi.

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