The Cactus Wren A conspicuous sight and sound of the Southwestern deserts, the Cactus Wren is the largest wren in North America. Although it can be found in urban backyards, it is a true bird of the desert and can survive without freestanding water.
Cactus Wren, Arizona by Tringa Photography
The Cactus Wren - one visited us at breakfast, sitting outside in Carefree
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The Cactus Wren - Campylorhynchus brunneicapillus, is a species of wren that is native to the southwestern United States to central Mexico. use with The Cactus Hotel
Ok, so my Owl board is the only place I could think to add this one! Was looking for the flower, but saw an episode on these birds - amazing! Striking: Adult male King of Saxony Bird of Paradise is seen at a calling perch in Papua New Guinea
Adult male King of Saxony Bird of Paradise on a calling perch in Papua New Guinea
European Bee Eaters reflect practically every color in the rainbow, beautiful.
these European Bee Eaters birds are art; God is the greatest artist!
I am highly allergic to bees. One day a large swarm arrived at the plot house. Called for Bee Keeper-Expert in Jo'burg. He could come in two weeks. But the Bee Eaters arrived and the swarm was gone, absolutely decimated in three days.
european bee-eaters ~photo by: Reencarnacion Cristalero
The Red-billed Blue Magpie is a stunning bird, but not a good neighbor. It takes a wide range of food, such as invertebrates, small animals, fruit and seeds. It also robs nests of eggs and also small chicks!
The Whitehead's Broadbill (Calyptomena whiteheadi) is restricted to montane forest in northern Borneo. It is named after the British explorer John Whitehead who collected natural history specimens in Borneo and elsewhere in Southeast Asia.