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The SPLENDID FAIRY WREN is native to the Australian continent.  The male bird shown is in breeding plumage. Non-breeding males, females and juveniles are predominantly brown-grey in color.  These birds are monogamous socially, but not sexually.  Male birds are known to pluck pink or purple petals for the females as part of the courtship display.  Their diet consists of insects and seeds.

Fairy Wren photo by Greenidyll - can you imagine seeing one of these in your back yard? I think my heart would skip a few beats.

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Green Catbird, Ailuroedus crassirostris, a bowerbird: AU's subtropical E coast: photo-Gerard Satherley

Black-headed Jay, India

black-headed jay or lanceolated jay (Garrulus lanceolatus), South Asia

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The Ruddy Shelduck is found in SE Europe, south & central Asia, Mongolia…

Black-throated Green Warbler  (Setophaga virens). Their breeding habitat is coniferous and mixed forests in eastern N.A. and western Canada and cypress swamps on the southern Atlantic coast.

Black-throated Green Warbler -Their breeding habitat is coniferous and mixed forests in eastern N. and western Canada and cypress swamps on the southern Atlantic coast.

White Headed Marsh Tyrant                                                                                                                                                      More

The white-headed marsh tyrant is a small passerine bird in the tyrant flycatcher family, the only species of the genus Arundinicola. It breeds in tropical South America from Colombia, Venezuela and Trinidad south to Bolivia, Argentina and Paraguay.

Southern Red Bishop by Jared Hersch, via projectnoah.org

Southern Red Bishop or red bishop (Euplectes orix) is a small passerine bird belonging to the bishop and widowbird genus Euplectes in the weaver family Ploceidae. It is common in wetlands and grassland in Africa south of the Equator.

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