Family, the most important thing in life. Loyalty, support, caring, no judgement and acceptance of one another.
I see these beautiful birds and I see love in the air.
The adults: mom and dad, one in the front and the other in the back. The children in the middle are being taking care of. Breathtaking!
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There are thousands of different beautiful species of birds on earth that it would take all of our lives forever to list them all, to photograph them all, to describe them all.
In this article, I want to show you a few of the many who I find just staggering.
Whether it’s for camouflage or attracting a mate, the birds listed below have all the colors of the rainbow in their beautiful feathers!
Southern Ground Hornbill
Guess what’s for dinner?! …
your favorite! Dragonfly!
All birds have wings, although not all birds fly. Nor are wings confined to Aves; bats are flying mammals and most insects have wings.
Red bellied Fruit-dove
Birds’ bodies are beautifully designed for flight, with strong chest muscles and just enough curve to their wings to provide lift. Differences in wing shape provide different advantages to the various bird species. The narrow, sharp-tipped wings of the falcon provide speed; albatrosses soar high on wings much longer than they are wide.
Staggering Wing Pattern
Most songbirds have elliptical, evenly shaped wings that facilitate quick, small movements in the tight spaces of their tree homes. Swimming birds, such as penguins and puffins, have flipper-shaped wings that propel them rapidly and gracefully through water.
Is It a bird, a Butterfly or a Crochet?
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Some Birds love to nest in decaying trees, stumps, logs, poles or large cacti, and this way of nesting protect them and their babies from predators.
HYACINTH MACAWS PERCH IN CAVITY TREE
GREAT HORNED OWL IN TREE CAVITY NEST
Daily Prompt: Cavity
Lovebirds are one of the smallest parrot species. Lovebirds mate for life, they feed each other, they pine for each other. Lovebirds are sociable and do not like solitude.
Foods that should never be offered to lovebirds include chocolate, caffeinated and alcoholic beverages, avocado, shellfish, and any meat, fish, poultry or eggs that are under-cooked or have been cooked, refrigerated and then reheated.