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Eagles nest - considering that that bird stands about 3' tall and weights about 50 lbs., you can tell the size of the nest.......

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Top 5 Wild Bird Webcams The spring live bird webcam season is well underway, with the suspense mounting at many sites as to when eggs will hatch, parents will kick out their offspring and more.



Storks in the nest, Comporta, Alentejo, Portugal photo by Mauricio Abreu

Storks in the nest, Comporta, Alentejo, Portugal Neighborhood is getting way too crowded!

Black-naped monarch feeding baby

Winning photo caught at a gallop

Black-naped Blue Flycatcher or Black-naped monarch (Hypothymis azurea)…

Collection of birds nests.  (Inspiration Resource blog, source not identified). I'd love to see these made into cards for a memory game for children, focusing on the most different for younger children and requiring more careful looks from older or more advanced children.

I love nests, beautiful collections from nature.and what a collection this is.Collection of nests

bird of the day: Puffin (lundi)

Mazzy: "Look at that baby penguin!" Me: "It looks like a penguin but it's actually a bird called a Puffin." Mazzy: "A puffin bird?" Me: "Yep.

T'es chouette, tu sais!

Little Owl, Athene noctua, juvenile and European Robin, Erithacus rubecula. The Robin was mobbing this Little Owl chick. it was nearly dark so was the best I could do--Nigel Blake

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Kung Fu Master Fotografo: Lina Gunawan (Love this picture, but don't know if from Fl.

Gorgeous coloration.  What kind of bird is this?

Tufted Coquette Hummingbird The tufted coquette ( Lophornis ornatus ) is a tiny hummingbird that breeds in eastern Venezuela, Trinidad, Guiana, and northern Brazil.

A white stork pair fortifying the nest. Russia                  by Igor Shpilenok on 500px

A white stork pair places branches in the nest in anticipation of the clutch to arrive at the end of May. Photograph - Fortifying the nest. By Igor Shpilenok on