bitchjerkassbut:

mrthorinton:

clarabosswald:

so i saw this photo of a harpy eagleimageand i thought “woah what a noble beast” so i searched for more photos and i justimageimage

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this goes with almost all predator birds 

like look at this bearded vulture

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such a majestic creature

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but then it’s like

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or this scretary bird like woah so beautiful

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nope

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even good old bald eagle

like wow so regal

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#just like america

birdworlds:

Owning a Raven is a lot of work, in America African Ravens & crows are legal to own. I’ve interacted with companion ravens before and they are fantastic. Seeing this incredible bird free flying and playing in the air while knowing he is keeping his eye on us and will come back.

hamletmachine:

WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU FIND A BABY BIRD
Spring is coming! That means adorable squeakers, as shown above, and lots of other baby birds are on their way!
If you find a baby bird on the ground- it doesn’t necessarily need assistance! Be sure to check this handy guide, (courtesy of Emily) before you decide to intervene. Many baby birds go on walkabouts with their parents before they learn to fly and this is a normal part of the bird’s development! 
Also, (as Emily mentioned!) birds do not smell HUMAN on their babies and reject them, this is a myth! As per the guide, if a nestling has fallen out of the nest and you need to put it back, you can totally do this! And remember, a baby bird’s best chance of survival is to stay with it’s parents, so be careful with the little ones and be sure to consult your trusty guide!♥ 
(Photo from the Wild Bird Fund)

hamletmachine:

WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU FIND A BABY BIRD

Spring is coming! That means adorable squeakers, as shown above, and lots of other baby birds are on their way!

If you find a baby bird on the ground- it doesn’t necessarily need assistance! Be sure to check this handy guide, (courtesy of Emily) before you decide to intervene. Many baby birds go on walkabouts with their parents before they learn to fly and this is a normal part of the bird’s development! 

Also, (as Emily mentioned!) birds do not smell HUMAN on their babies and reject them, this is a myth! As per the guide, if a nestling has fallen out of the nest and you need to put it back, you can totally do this! And remember, a baby bird’s best chance of survival is to stay with it’s parents, so be careful with the little ones and be sure to consult your trusty guide! 

(Photo from the Wild Bird Fund)

sdkay:

ah.. they so inspire!

(Source: wizardofdeath)

thetexaschainsawmanicure:

grahamalambadingdong:

surfdog2000:

fairy-wren:

shoebill tossing around a duck
(photo by clive white)

shoebills: douchebags of the animal kingdom





oh gosh rude

I won’t lie - shoebills both fascinate and terrify me.

thetexaschainsawmanicure:

grahamalambadingdong:

surfdog2000:

fairy-wren:

shoebill tossing around a duck

(photo by clive white)

shoebills: douchebags of the animal kingdom

oh gosh rude

I won’t lie - shoebills both fascinate and terrify me.

Well hello there, beautiful.

Well hello there, beautiful.

(Source: dennis-rico-photography)

"Birds fly as a plume of ash and steam rise from Popocatepetl volcano as seen from San Andres Cholula, Mexico, April 18. The volcano is continuing to spout gases and hot rock fragments, dusting nearby towns with volcanic ash."
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"Birds fly as a plume of ash and steam rise from Popocatepetl volcano as seen from San Andres Cholula, Mexico, April 18. The volcano is continuing to spout gases and hot rock fragments, dusting nearby towns with volcanic ash."

jenkristofu:

So I didn’t know that freaking dragons existed. Just look at them. Just look. They hide under a disguise of feathers and call themselves bearded vultures. But I see through their lies.