The Steller’s Jay (Cyancitta stelleri) The western counterpart to the eastern Blue Jay. These two are our only jay species with crests; both are generalists in diet and adaptable in habitat, living in both forests and tree filled residential areas, foraging on nuts and seeds, insects, eggs, and even small vertebrates. Intelligent birds and talented mimics.

The Steller’s Jay (Cyancitta stelleri) The western counterpart to the eastern Blue Jay. These two are our only jay species with crests; both are generalists in diet and adaptable in habitat, living in both forests and tree filled residential areas, forag

So pretty

The plain, dull background behind the bird makes the photo simple and draws attention to the blue bird. Someday I hope to see this little bluebird myself.

~~lilac-breasted roller by Mark Van Bergh~~

Pretty bird What kind of animal do you find extremely awsome?

Awwww MOMMY!!!

All aboard! Mother swan takes babies under her wing for trip across the pond

Swan taking her Cygnets(baby swans)for a ride.so sweet! Reminds me of the scripture verse that says, Psalm He will cover you with his feathers, and under his wings you will find refuge; his faithfulness will be your shield and rampart.

American ninja warrior

Jean-Claude Van Damme splits done first by Marsh wren by Roger Eriksson, via Audubon Magazine

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The black and orange Flycatcher (Ficedula Nigrorufa). Endemic to Western Ghats, Nilgiris and Palni Hill Ranges in southern India. Some studies show it's related to thrushes and chats.

'Pink and Green Love Birds'

These are beautiful. They look like pink lovebirds? I used to raise lovebirds but I've never seen pink ones.

Blue Jays in the Winter

Blue Jay pair couple feeding each other on icy berry branch in winter christmas snow

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