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White-bellied Blue Flycatcher (Cyornis pallipes)

White-bellied Blue Flycatcher (Cyornis pallipes)

Colorful birds - Fire Tailed Myzornis bird of India. - photographer Mitash Biswas

Colorful birds - Fire Tailed Myzornis bird of India. - photographer Mitash Biswas

maroon oriole, a beautiful bird native to the tropical forests of South and Southeast Asia

maroon oriole, a beautiful bird native to the tropical forests of South and Southeast Asia

Two Birds Flirting At The Romantic Jantar Mantar Of Jaipur, While A Third One Is Watching From Behind.  Photographer: Sevki C. Duzyol

Two Birds Flirting At The Romantic Jantar Mantar Of Jaipur, While A Third One Is Watching From Behind. Photographer: Sevki C. Duzyol

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 and western Asia. It is strongly migratory, wintering in tropical Africa, India and Sri Lanka.

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 and western Asia. It is strongly migratory, wintering in tropical Africa, India and Sri Lanka.

Rare pink peacock lives in a palace of the Queen of England. It was presented to her by the Prime Minister of India.

Rare pink peacock lives in a palace of the Queen of England. It was presented to her by the Prime Minister of India.

Fire Tailed Myzornis (Myzornis pyrrhoura). The species is found in Bhutan, China, India, Myanmar, and Nepal.

Fire Tailed Myzornis (Myzornis pyrrhoura). The species is found in Bhutan, China, India, Myanmar, and Nepal.

eyeburfi2:          Two Orioles, Mughal, North India, c. 1610. This composition is closely related to European botanical and natural history studies which had begun to reach the Mughal court by the late 16th century. The upper bird is a male Indian Golden Oriole (Oriolus kundoo), the lower bird a male Black-hooded Oriole (Oriolus xanthornus).    Via the Ashmolean

eyeburfi2: Two Orioles, Mughal, North India, c. 1610. This composition is closely related to European botanical and natural history studies which had begun to reach the Mughal court by the late 16th century. The upper bird is a male Indian Golden Oriole (Oriolus kundoo), the lower bird a male Black-hooded Oriole (Oriolus xanthornus). Via the Ashmolean

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