A Little of Everything.
biomedicalephemera:

Juvenile Secretary Bird - Sagittarius serpentarius
Secretary bird chicks are the cutest! They’re altricial birds, and spend about 40 days being fed by their parents, after which they tear up their own parent-delivered reptiles within the nest. After about 65-80 days, they start to fly (fledge), and are taught by both parents how to hunt soon after that. By the end of their fourth month, they generally live independently of their parents.
Faune de la Sénégambie. Alphonse Tremeau de Rochebrune, 1883-1887.

biomedicalephemera:

Juvenile Secretary Bird - Sagittarius serpentarius

Secretary bird chicks are the cutest! They’re altricial birds, and spend about 40 days being fed by their parents, after which they tear up their own parent-delivered reptiles within the nest. After about 65-80 days, they start to fly (fledge), and are taught by both parents how to hunt soon after that. By the end of their fourth month, they generally live independently of their parents.

Faune de la Sénégambie. Alphonse Tremeau de Rochebrune, 1883-1887.

Eclectus parrot

Eclectus parrot

our-amazing-world:

Peach-Faced Love Bird Amazing World beautiful amazing

our-amazing-world:

Peach-Faced Love Bird Amazing World beautiful amazing

tutidas:

Title: The King in Flight Artist: markneedham ( http://ift.tt/1u09CIe )

tutidas:

Title: The King in Flight
Artist: markneedham ( http://ift.tt/1u09CIe )

rosieburtphotography:

Common Kestrel

rosieburtphotography:

Common Kestrel

theturtlelip:

The most beautiful feather pattern nature has to offer. 

American Kestrel

theturtlelip:

The most beautiful feather pattern nature has to offer. 

American Kestrel

tutidas:

Title: … Z u g r i f f … Artist: info373 ( http://ift.tt/ZkETwe )

tutidas:

Title: … Z u g r i f f …
Artist: info373 ( http://ift.tt/ZkETwe )

freexcitizen:

nesft:

Crow: CROW YES!

Can’t be a pussy your whole life

omg-thatfreakingawsome:

OMG 
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thalassarche:

Egyptian Vulture (Neophron percnopterus) - photo by Nathan Rupert

thalassarche:

Egyptian Vulture (Neophron percnopterus) - photo by Nathan Rupert