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Just Beautiful Birds

These descendants of dinosaurs bartered forelimbs to wings, and they were right. Flying as a very effective way to catch up with the victim, and “get away” from predators.

Just Beautiful Birds:

1. Long-tailed Tit – one of the smaller songbirds passerine group. Soobuzhaet very rugged, beautiful nest spherical or ovoid shape, is attached to the forks and branches abundantly lining inside feathers and wool, winds of moss and lichen web and is provided in its upper part, lateral flight opening as a short tube or svodika. (Photo by Andi Edwards):

Just Beautiful Birds

2. Kingfisher – beautiful bird a little larger than a sparrow. Hunts for fish from the air. Able to take off from the water. Kingfishers like privacy, see them rarely possible. (Photo by Susanna Lascelles):

Just Beautiful Birds

3. Birds inhabit all ecosystems of the world, including the internal parts of Antarctica. According to the International Ornithological Congress, at the end of April 2017 science knows 10,681 kind of living birds.

Feeding, honed to perfection. (Photo Krzysztof Rabiej):

Just Beautiful Birds

4. Shoo! Woodpecker melanerpes herding red cardinal. Cardinal when frightened emit sharp chirping cry were talking between themselves in a low chirp.

By the way, while hammering woodpecker strikes an average speed of 22 movements per second, while experiencing overload 1200g. People can hardly survive 80-100g. (Photo by Rick & Nora Bowers):

Just Beautiful Birds

6. This serious comrade – Cormorant. This medium-sized or large birds the size of a duck or goose. Long wings, neck and tail make their silhouette in flight Phillips. And the eye-what! (Photo Florence McGinn):

Just Beautiful Birds

7. Dismantling bullfinches. Males bullfinches breast pinkish-red in color, females – brownish-gray. (Photo by Philip Jones):

Just Beautiful Birds

8. White Owl. The largest bird from the detachment of owls in the tundra and ruthless predator: Year One owl eats more than 1,600 lemmings. Catches also hares, pikas, small predators (weasel), birds (ptarmigan, geese, ducks). (Photo Guoqiang Xue):

Just Beautiful Birds

9. The red kite. The bird of prey from the family Accipitridae. Despite the fact that the red kite rather large bird, it is not as aggressive and not so strong compared to other birds of prey (such as buzzards). During the hunt, hovering at a low altitude, looking for small game. Noticing the victim, stone falls down and grabs it with its sharp claws. (Photo by Ian Jones):

Just Beautiful Birds

10. Marine bird skimmer. (Photo by Ivan Kuzmin):

Just Beautiful Birds

11. North American scoop. For the protection of their prey, they use the services of another predator: to protect your food from insects, shovels specifically bring to their nests of small snakes. In turn, the snake eat the larvae of ants and flies feeding on prey scoop. (Photo by Bill Gozansky):

Just Beautiful Birds

12. Again, the kingfisher. He is sitting with its prey on the sign “You can not go fishing.” (Photo by Nicolas Reusens):

Just Beautiful Birds

13.’apapane. Beautiful. (Photo by Jim Denn):

Just Beautiful Birds

14. Peacock – recognizable comrade. A characteristic feature of the male is a strong development of the upper body feathers that might be mistaken for a tail. Peacock gained renown in the art, legends, literature, and religion for over 3,000 years. Domesticated in India, it is represented in Hindu mythology. (Photo Shakh Aivazov):

Just Beautiful Birds

15. Seabirds decided podostavat little PENGUIN in the absence of his parents. (Photo: Shayne McGuire):

Just Beautiful Birds

16. First, he got tight … (Picture Shayne McGuire):

Just Beautiful Birds

17. … but then he made it clear that the same is not so simple. The best defense – attack. (Photo: Shayne McGuire):

Just Beautiful Birds

18. Aistoklyuvy Kingfisher. These birds inhabit both on inland waters and on the coast of the forest-covered shores. The rain does not bother from … (Photo Sijori Images):

Just Beautiful Birds

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