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Saddle-billed Stork - photo by Chris Mills @ norfolkbirding; at Queen Elizabeth Park, England; an African stork; a huge bird that regularly attains a height of 59 inches, a length of 56 inches, and a wingspan of feet

Helmeted Manakin. Photos via Birding Brazil

Helmeted manakin (Antilophia galeata)(Pipridae) IUCN Red List of Threatened Species : Least Concern (LC)

The path of happy feet

Cool snow ペンギン (jp) Pinguin (de) penguin (en) 펭귄 새 (kr) manchot (fr) pinguino (it) pingvin (se) pinguim (pt)葡 pingüino (es)西 pinguïn (nl)荷

Toucan Barbet (Semnornis-ramphastinus) - found in humid forests growing on the west Andean slopes in north-western Ecuador and south-western Colombia.

image source The toucan barbet (Semnornis ramphastinus) is a distinctive bird found in humid forests growing on the west Andean slopes in north-western Ecuador and south-western Colombia. While it remains fairly common locally, it.

The bobolink is a small New World blackbird and the only member of the genus Dolichonyx. Wikipedia Scientific name: Dolichonyx oryzivorus Higher classification: Dolichonyx Rank: Species

Hindneck is buff but fades to white near end of summer.

The black skimmer is a tern-like seabird, one of three very similar birds species in the skimmer family. It breeds in North and South America. Wikipedia Scientific name: Rynchops niger Higher classification: Rynchops Rank: Species

The black skimmer is a tern-like seabird, one of three very similar birds species in the skimmer family. It breeds in North and South America. Wikipedia Scientific name: Rynchops niger Higher classification: Rynchops Rank: Species

The scarlet ibis is a species of ibis in the bird family Threskiornithidae. It inhabits tropical South America and islands of the Caribbean. Wikipedia Scientific name: Eudocimus ruber Higher classification: Eudocimus Rank: Species

The scarlet ibis is a species of ibis in the bird family Threskiornithidae. It inhabits tropical South America and islands of the Caribbean. Wikipedia Scientific name: Eudocimus ruber Higher classification: Eudocimus Rank: Species

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