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Pair of Little Bee-Eaters

Pair of Little Bee-Eaters

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Another example of God's stunning attention to detail and beauty in the smallest things Beautiful color scheme!

Tiny Animals, Hugely Adorable …

Tiny Animals, Hugely Adorable

Red-bearded Bee-eater ~  by HenryKoh on Flickr*

Red-bearded Bee-eater The Red-bearded Bee-eater is a beautiful Asian bee-eater up to 34 cm long, scientifically named Nyctyornis amictus (Coraciiformes - Meropidae), and found in Brunei Darussalam,.

Everything natural – every flower, tree, and animal – has important lessons to teach us if we only stop, look, and listen.  - Eckhart Tolle

Blue wren - What kind of bird is this? There are no blue wren wrens. This poor little guy looks like he might be a (superb?) fairy wren in the middle of moulting.

Yellow-legged Honeycreeper, Asa Wright Nature Center (A Rainforest Reserve in Trinidad) - March 7, 2013

"Rainforest Fashion Runway", Yellow-legged Honeycreeper, Asa Wright Nature Center (A Rainforest Reserve in Trinidad) - March 2013

African Bee-Eaters are experts at beak-tossing ... especially if he knows someone is watching.

EUROPEAN BEE EATER which is indeed a beautiful bird. The bird run’s about in length. The butterfly is Danaus chrysippus, known as the Plain Tiger or African Monarch, is a common butterfly, widespread in Asia and Africa with a wingspan of about

Purple-throated Carib Hummingbird (photo by priscilla burcher) - The purple throated caribe is notable for the differences in the appearance of the sexes. The male is larger and stronger than the female and has a shorter straight beak. Her beak is curved and about 1/3 longer.

Purple-throated Carib Hummingbird (photo by priscilla burcher) - The purple throated caribe is notable for the differences in the appearance of the sexes. The male is larger and stronger than the female and has a shorter straight beak. Her beak is curved

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