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thedailyparrot:

Project Day 509: Footrest


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thalassarche:

Erect-crested Penguin (Eudyptes sclateri) - photo by Ngaire Hart

thalassarche:

Erect-crested Penguin (Eudyptes sclateri) - photo by Ngaire Hart


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contraryeffect:

Wazzuuup pt. 1&2 by TheChosenPesssimist


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howtoskinatiger:

Nyala bull posing by hrosenlund on Flickr.

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senpais:

The extremely picturesque town of Hallstatt in upper Austria. It is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Listed Site

Photo’s by tanit, david campbell, thomas straubinger and ruj


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asylum-art:

A Huge Collection of Embroidered silk  Spheres by  92-year-old grandmother in Japan.

These intricate and extraordinarily beautiful embroidered silk balls are a form of Japanese folk art called Temari, which means “hand ball” in Japanese. These particular temari are even more impressive because they were handmade by a 92-year-old grandmother in Japan. NanaAkua’s flickr

 


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mcveezor:

Hope you’re taking it easy, man, we miss you!

mcveezor:

Hope you’re taking it easy, man, we miss you!


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pokemongirlfriend:

one photoset to rule them all


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feathered-friends:

Punk’s Not Dead by shaftina©tion on Flickr.
Goldcrest

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feathered-friends:

Lollipop by shaftina©tion on Flickr.
Long-tailed tit

feathered-friends:

Lollipop by shaftina©tion on Flickr.

Long-tailed tit


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dynamicoceans:

Kissing Otters by Helen R Lambert on Flickr.

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wapiti3:

Grey-breasted laughing thrush (garrulax jerdoni) on Flickr.

Christopher Plummer photos (Asian Birds)
Behaviour and ecology
They are found in pairs and small groups and they sometimes join mixed-species feeding flocks. They feed on the nectar of flowers of Lobelia excelsa, Rhododendron and Strobilanthes species. They also feed on the petals of some flowers such as Strobilanthes and the fruits of a range of plants including Viburnum, Eurya, Rubus and Rhodomyrtus tomentosa.
The breeding season is December to June but peaking in April and May. The nest is a cup of grass with moss and lined with fine fibre placed in a low fork hidden in dense vegetation.The usual clutch is two blue eggs with reddish markings and indistinguishable from those of the black-chinned laughingthrush. When the nest is predated or after the young fledge, the nest is destroyed. The nests of other birds in the vicinity may also be torn up by the parent birds. Unhatched eggs may also be eaten by the parent birds.
The contact calls are very loud series of steeply ascending notes pee-koko… pee-koko followed by more abrupt notes. Numerous other vocalizations such as a low kweer calls are produced in other behavioural contexts. Some calls appear to be antiphonal duets


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iamsinkingin:

I’ve always looked up to you, y’know.

iamsinkingin:

I’ve always looked up to you, y’know.


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blurds:

this bird is not even trying to be right side up

blurds:

this bird is not even trying to be right side up