Osprey Photo Blog

Cool bird shots and all things avian. With a sprinkling of other good photography.


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archangvl:

X-Ray | Milan Zygmunt

archangvl:

X-Ray | Milan Zygmunt

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Golden-crowned Kinglet
(by JanetandPhil)

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Golden-crowned Kinglet

(by JanetandPhil)

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emuwren:

The Adelaide Rosella - Platycercus, is endemic to South Australia. This was thought to be a separate, but is presently believed to have originated through interbreeding of the Crimson and Yellow Rosella’s.
Photo by Australasiaforum.

emuwren:

The Adelaide Rosella - Platycercus, is endemic to South Australia. This was thought to be a separate, but is presently believed to have originated through interbreeding of the Crimson and Yellow Rosella’s.

Photo by Australasiaforum.

(via fagshenanigans)

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fairy-wren:

Yellow-Bellied Sunbird (aka yellow-bellied asity)

(photos by dubi shapiro)

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libutron:

Olive-Backed Sunbird - male | ©Yan Leong Lee   (Singapore)
The Olive-backed sunbird, Nectarinia jugularis (Passeriformes - Nectariniidae), also known as Yellow-breasted Sunbird, is a beautiful bird up to 12 cm, with olive green back and yellow underside. The bill is long and curves downwards. Males have a metallic blue throat and breast.
Nectarinia jugularis inhabits rainforest margins, watercourses, mangroves, farmland, and suburban gardens, in Australia and southern Asia [1].

libutron:

Olive-Backed Sunbird - male | ©Yan Leong Lee   (Singapore)

The Olive-backed sunbird, Nectarinia jugularis (Passeriformes - Nectariniidae), also known as Yellow-breasted Sunbird, is a beautiful bird up to 12 cm, with olive green back and yellow underside. The bill is long and curves downwards. Males have a metallic blue throat and breast.

Nectarinia jugularis inhabits rainforest margins, watercourses, mangroves, farmland, and suburban gardens, in Australia and southern Asia [1].

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CRIMSON BACKED SUNBI Amazing World beautiful amazing

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CRIMSON BACKED SUNBI Amazing World beautiful amazing

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colibri Amazing World beautiful amazing

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colibri Amazing World beautiful amazing

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Mountain Bluebird - Amazing World beautiful amazing

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Mountain Bluebird - Amazing World beautiful amazing

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