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Foudia madagascariensis

The red fody (Foudia madagascariensis), sometimes known as the Madagascar fody, red cardinal fody or common fody, is a small bird native to Madagascar.

Mount Cook, New Zealand

Mount Cook - New Zealand - Known to native Maoris as Aorangi, the "cloud piercer", Mount Cook is the loftiest in New Zealand.

I LOVE THIS BIRD- see it everywhere. "Red-Crested Cardinal" also known as "Brazilian Cardinal." Seen often in pairs, generally on lawns and in trees. It is a fairly aggressive species. It was introduced to Hawaii around 1930 from South America. It is now common in Oahu and Maui. It feeds on seeds, plant matter, insects and fruits.

Red-Crested Cardinal (Brazilian Cardinal) is often seen in pairs on lawns or in trees. It's a fairly aggressive species, introduced to Hawaii @ 1930 from South America. It's now common in Oahu and Maui; feeds on seeds, plant matter, insects, fruits.

~~Scarlet macaws, Ara chloroptera, and Blue-and-yellow macaw, Ara ararauna, at Clay Lick, Tambopata National Reserve, Peru by Frans Lanting~~

The beautiful Scarlet macaws [Ara chloroptera] and Blue-and-yellow macaw [Ara ararauna], at clay lick, Tambopata National Reserve, Peru, by Frans Lanting

☀Red-whiskered Bulbul (Pycnonotus jocosus)

Red-whiskered Bulbul (Pycnonotus jocosus), photo by HenryKoh*

Interesting Animals You Didn't Know Existed

NORTHERN ROYAL FLYCATCHER Onychorhynchus coronatus mexicanus by Aves Internacionales The Northern Royal Flycatcher is a species of bird in the Tyrannidae family. It is found in Mexico, south through most of Central America, to north-western Colombia.

Cardinal in the snow in Oklahoma.

Cardinal in the snow in Oklahoma. Reminds me of my grandma Palmer when she saw one in UT once.