By Jim Ridley
Cranes have an amusing way of flying, legs down.
Chestnut eared Aracari by Octavio Campos Salles
Balit Mynah by cm2852 on Flickr
White-bellied Yuhina, taken at Yangmingshan, Taipei City, TAIWAN
Old Dutch Capucine (Photos by Richard Bailey, Caters News
comorant, by Sandy Scott
Eastern rosella, by David Cook Wildlife Photography
Fiery-throated Hummingbird by Mauro Roman
Indian Roller bird, by najeebkhan2009 on Flickr
By Paul Bratescu
The Pink-necked Green Pigeon is NOT photoshopped. It is found in Southern Asia.
with babies, by Ric Seet
The Sunbittern, Le Caurale soleil by Nature & Découverte
Altia, a 7 week old Siberian Eagle Owl, the largest species of owl in the world meets Powys, a 5 week old Little Owl. The pair are being raised at The Scottish Owl Centre.
Curl-Crested Aracari , yes, check out the pin curls
Do you, like me, ever wonder if some of these birds are too weird, too cute or too colorful to be real?
Baby American Bittern
Juvenile Spectacled Owl
A mutant parakeet with long curly feathers. If you don’t believe this one is real, check out the video at the end.
Golden Cap Manakin Bird
Weaver bird building nest.
Weaver bird starting a nest
To find out more about these fascinating weavers, go here.
By John&Fish on Flickr
Red Tailed Black Cockatoo with spots, dots and stripes!
By James Wakelin, Yellow bellied sunbird
Silver Breasted Broadbill — It is found in Asia.
Baby saved after falling from nest. How did someone catch this moment?
Japanese Paradise Flycatcher father and baby.
Egyptian Vulture (by DaKrunt)
Kiwi, New Zealand