Most Beautiful Bird

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Re: Most Beautiful Bird

Postby megan704 on Thu Sep 07, 2017 7:44 am

I love birds because these are colourful and I have recently bought a Macaw in yellow and blue colour but the picture you shared in this thread it's also a great color combination. I have got 12 parrots and some paired conquers that live together.

Megan Martin

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Re: Most Beautiful Bird

Postby anno on Thu Sep 07, 2017 9:09 am

CROW FALLS - by Ted Hughes.

When Crow was white he decided the sun was too white.
He decided it glared much too whitely.
He decided to attack it and defeat it.

He got his strength flush and in full glitter.
He clawed and fluffed his rage up.
He aimed his beak direct at the sun's centre.

He laughed himself to the centre of himself
And attacked.

At his battle cry trees grew suddenly old,
Shadows flattened.

But the sun brightened-
It brightened, and Crow returned charred black.

He opened his mouth but what came out was charred black.

"Up there," he managed,
"Where white is black and black is white, I won."

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Re: Most Beautiful Bird

Postby RachelMC on Mon Sep 11, 2017 10:36 am

Heron on the Weir John McHugh.jpg
Grey Heron - Chester Weir - John McHugh

Amongst our native birds I do love watching the Grey Heron. It has an awkward grace about it and often, when I walk home by the River Dee where I live I may seen them standing like a ghostly apparition.

This photo is by my cousin, John McHugh, taken on Chester Weir.

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Re: Most Beautiful Bird

Postby anno on Mon Sep 11, 2017 11:30 am

Don't get me wrong I like a Heron, don't we all ? - but, beautiful ?!!!

Long Tailed Tits for me - little flying lollipop bundles of joy. :D

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Re: Most Beautiful Bird

Postby jakegeorgejg on Wed Oct 18, 2017 1:55 pm

I turned into going to say a humming chook, due to the colorful colorings and the speed at which they flap their wings. But I think a swan definitely because of their graceful motion, and long neck, I additionally like the way swans stay coupled collectively, as soon as a couple one by no means leaves the other.
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