RUFOUS HORNBILL  "After several years looking for this bird, I finally got good views of this rare and majestic Rufous Hornbill. It is a flagship species, protecting it would save the habitat for all the animals in it. I'm hoping that something is done now to save its habitat, when the ecosystem could still be saved and not rehabilitated like a lot of nature reserves in the country. Everyone should be able to enjoy what I have seen." - Neon Rosell II

RUFOUS HORNBILL "After several years looking for this bird, I finally got good views of this rare and majestic Rufous Hornbill. It is a flagship species, protecting it would save the habitat for all the animals in it. I'm hoping that something is done now to save its habitat, when the ecosystem could still be saved and not rehabilitated like a lot of nature reserves in the country. Everyone should be able to enjoy what I have seen." - Neon Rosell II

Emerald Dove of the Philippines. Amazing birds, and according to this site (click to link) it's really easy to get close to them there.

Emerald Dove of the Philippines. Amazing birds, and according to this site (click to link) it's really easy to get close to them there.

The Helmeted Honeyeater is Victoria’s state emblem and is at risk of being lost forever. Due to loss of habitat, the Helmeted Honeyeater is Critically Endangered. Zoos Victoria has led the captive-breeding program for more than 20 years and Healesville Sanctuary has conducted the release of more than 200 captive bred Helmeted Honeyeaters into the wild. Help us spread the word about this little local bird by sharing the photo with your friends. To get involved visit…

The Helmeted Honeyeater is Victoria’s state emblem and is at risk of being lost forever. Due to loss of habitat, the Helmeted Honeyeater is Critically Endangered. Zoos Victoria has led the captive-breeding program for more than 20 years and Healesville Sanctuary has conducted the release of more than 200 captive bred Helmeted Honeyeaters into the wild. Help us spread the word about this little local bird by sharing the photo with your friends. To get involved visit…

Blue Paradise- Flycatcher - Terpsiphone cyanescens - Endemic to the Philippines, this bird belongs to the family Monarchidae. Its natural habitat is the understory of lowland primary and secondary forests and due to habitat loss, populations are likely to be declining

Blue Paradise- Flycatcher - Terpsiphone cyanescens - Endemic to the Philippines, this bird belongs to the family Monarchidae. Its natural habitat is the understory of lowland primary and secondary forests and due to habitat loss, populations are likely to be declining

Chestnut-breasted Malkoha (Phaenicophaeus curvirostris harringtoni) Endemic Race | by neon2rosell

Chestnut-breasted Malkoha (Phaenicophaeus curvirostris harringtoni) Endemic Race | by neon2rosell

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