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2 lady birds (lady bugs) meet up...or it could be one ladybird and one man bird(or bug!!)....whatever, they're meeting each other and it's a beautiful experience and a beautiful photo:))

2 lady birds (lady bugs) meet up...or it could be one ladybird and one man bird(or bug!!)....whatever, they're meeting each other and it's a beautiful experience and a beautiful photo:))

There's no moral difference between the animals, birds, fishes, and insects we hunt, those we exploit for entertainment, those we murder for food and use as commodities, and those we love as members of our families. All nonhuman animals are sentient and have the same right to life as human animals have. Go vegan and stay vegan for them. It's the least we can do. Start here: www.befairbefairbevegan.com & www.vegankit.com

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There's no moral difference between the animals, birds, fishes, and insects we hunt, those we exploit for entertainment, those we murder for food and use as commodities, and those we love as members of our families. All nonhuman animals are sentient and have the same right to life as human animals have. Go vegan and stay vegan for them. It's the least we can do. Start here: www.befairbefairbevegan.com & www.vegankit.com

The Red-tailed Black Cockatoo (photo is a female which has yellow tail feathers) is a large cockatoo native to Australia where they live  mostly in the continent's N drier areas. Males have red tail feathers; females, yellow. Both have blue-black heads w white dots. They nest in tree hollows, esp. in Eucalyptus woodlands near water. They often travel in large flocks. Diet: seeds, nuts, berries, fruits, insects.

The Red-tailed Black Cockatoo (photo is a female which has yellow tail feathers) is a large cockatoo native to Australia where they live mostly in the continent's N drier areas. Males have red tail feathers; females, yellow. Both have blue-black heads w white dots. They nest in tree hollows, esp. in Eucalyptus woodlands near water. They often travel in large flocks. Diet: seeds, nuts, berries, fruits, insects.

All diurnal birds of prey eat some type of animal flesh, including reptiles, insects, fish, birds, mammals, molluscs, and carrion

All diurnal birds of prey eat some type of animal flesh, including reptiles, insects, fish, birds, mammals, molluscs, and carrion

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