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I don't know what this is. A swan? Anyone?

An Emerald with Diamonds, a Double-crested cormorant photo taken in Everglades National Park, Florida, by Amy Marques

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The yellow ones are male American Goldfinches. The other three are House Finches – the males having the red coloring. ♥ They have the sweetest song!


Blue Jay -- I love to put bird seed on my window sill in my home office, and then watch the Blue Jays and Cardinals flock to eat.

Spectacled Spiderhunter (80 pieces)

More birds. Who knew birds could exhibit endless colors, shapes, attitudes, situations or perfect, precise moments caught by gifted and patient photographers.

The Crested Owl gazing into your soul

The Crested Owl gazing into your soul

Juvenile Crested Owl: The crested owl (Lophostrix cristata) is a species of owl in the family Strigidae. It is the only species (monotypic), in the genus Lophostrix.

Have a bee or wasp problem? Summer tanagers might be your new best friends! These birds catch bees and wasps in flight, then beat them against a branch before eating them for dinner.  Photo: Summer tanager courtesy of Teddy Llovet/Creative Commons.

Summer Tanager by Teddy Llovet. The National Audubon Society

Blue-crowned Laughing Thrush  Critically Endangered.

The Blue-crowned Laughingthrush or Courtois's Laughingbird (Garrulax courtoisi) is native only to China and is estimated to have a population in the wild of only putting it in a nearly extinct category.