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rossxog t1_iybsxik wrote

Pompadour Cotinga I believe. On the top 10 list of birds I will never see in my garden.

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Enjoying_A_Meal t1_iye45d8 wrote

are penguins on that list?

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rossxog t1_iye7cdt wrote

Oddly, no. But i could add them. We don’t live far from a zoo though, so you never know.

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Enjoying_A_Meal t1_iyelz42 wrote

It would make my day if penguins broke out of the zoo and visited my house.

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rossxog t1_iyem6i2 wrote

It would make the news too! And everyone would know you had the coolest house in the neighborhood. Because penguins, right?

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Spartan2470 t1_iycpueu wrote

Here is a higher quality and less cropped version of this image. Credit to the photographer, Sergiogregoriophoto on IG.

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FriesWithThat t1_iybxdc2 wrote

How is this bird purple?

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StrayRabbit t1_iycq4u8 wrote

I wonder how it looks to other birds? Must be even more magnificent with their colour spectrum or whatever it is

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rossxog t1_iybu1ra wrote

Lotta cardinals here. We have been planting native flowers around our garden. Seeing more goldfinches and hummingbirds now. Also bees and butterflies.

This purple bird is tropical, from Central America I think.

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bitwaba t1_iyct9in wrote

Bitch looks like red chicory

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[deleted] t1_iyeed7l wrote

Nature is amazing

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dyke_face t1_iyejjpl wrote

This is probably called the “Purple Titty Motherfucker” or something weird like that

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TangoDeltaFoxtrot t1_iyekd56 wrote

That’s pretty neat! You can tell it’s purple by the way that it is!

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Gameshrk90 t1_iyf2qrc wrote

It’s a shiny Murkrow! Catch it!

(Sorry couldn’t resist)

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