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Knysna Turaco (Tauraco corythaix), found in mature evergreen forests of southern and eastern South Africa, and Swaziland.

What a beautiful fluff

Rollers are so pretty! Racket-tailed roller at the San Diego Zoo in California

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Did You Know About the Red-Crested Turaco? - Red-crested Turacos (Tauraco erythrolophus) are the only birds to possess true red and green color.

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Greater Bird of Paradise / Most of this species are found in New Guinea and its satellites, with some in the Maluku Islands and eastern Australia.

Yellow-bellied Sunbird-Asity by James Wakelin.::wouldn't it be amazing if our hair was the same blue/purple???::.

this yellow-bellied sunbird-asity is only found in high-lying mistbelt montane forest patches on the island of madagascar (james wakelin)

Cape Sugarbird

The Cape Sugarbird (Promerops cafer) is one of the six bird species endemic to the Fynbos biome of the Western Cape and Eastern Cape provinces of South Africa. This photo was taken at the Slanghoek Mountain Resort, Western Cape, South Africa.

Knysna Turaco (turaco corythaix). A large turaco of eastern South Africa and Swaziland. Photo Duncan R.

The Knysna Turaco (or, in South Africa, Knysna Lourie) is a large turaco, one of a group of African near-passerine birds. It is a resident breeder in the mature evergreen forests of southern and eastern South Africa, and Swaziland (photo Duncan R.

Cennet Kuşu

The European bee-eater (Merops apiaster) is a near passerine bird in the bee-eater family Meropidae. It breeds in southern Europe and in parts of north Africa.

Le Paradisier huppé (Cnemophilus macgregorii)

Le Paradisier huppé (Cnemophilus macgregorii)

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Beautiful Purple Birds Wallpaper from Beautiful Birds. I wish I could tell you what type of birds these are. They are beautiful, vivid purple.

El abejaruco carmesí del sur (Merops nubicoides) Sus hábitats naturales son los valles de ribera y las llanuras inundables, con preferencia por las orillas con taludes verticales para poder cavar los túneles para su nido. Es una especie muy social y se reúne en grandes bandadas tanto en la época de cría como fuera de ella.

El abejaruco carmesí del sur (Merops nubicoides) Sus hábitats naturales son los valles de ribera y las llanuras inundables, con preferencia por las orillas con taludes verticales para poder cavar los túneles para su nido. Es una especie muy social y se reúne en grandes bandadas tanto en la época de cría como fuera de ella.

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