OUTDATED

sallie mae just sent me 8 letters telling me they are having trouble sending me mail

tbh I meant to leave my house 20 min ago, but so many good bird pictures

celinesbirds:

Great Egret, Ardea alba
Oceano, CA
8/9/14

that is a  GREAT EGret!!

celinesbirds:

Great Egret, Ardea alba

Oceano, CA

8/9/14

that is a  GREAT EGret!!

maxscoville:

THERE’S GOT TO BE SOME WAY OUT OF HERE
 SAID THE JOKER TO THE THIEF

maxscoville:

THERE’S GOT TO BE SOME WAY OUT OF HERE

SAID THE JOKER TO THE THIEF

pity-sex:

We watched some episodes of sailor moon and i went to go pee, found her in my bag

She’s been in it for hours

importantbirds:


birb flew into parent’s garage, refused to leave for 20 minutes.

am here cause TROUBLS and a party!  have ARRIV, I, a Bad Influenc

importantbirds:

birb flew into parent’s garage, refused to leave for 20 minutes.

am here cause TROUBLS and a party!  have ARRIV, I, a Bad Influenc

importantbirds:


brib INSIST on to have a nothing to do with a SHRED of chair.

it a falut of cattus only!

importantbirds:

brib INSIST on to have a nothing to do with a SHRED of chair.

it a falut of cattus only!

libutron:

Rose-ringed Parakeet - Psittacula krameri
Also known as Ring-necked Parakeet, Psittacula krameri (Psittacidae) is a mainly green parrot with a red bill and a long, tapered tail. This is the Old World’s most widely distributed parrot, occurring in northern Africa north of the moist forest zone as well as across much of southern Asia.
These parrots are highly gregarious, especially outside the breeding season, sometimes forming flocks of several thousand birds. They roost communally, often with crows, mynas, or other parrots.
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Vijay Anand Ismavel | Locality: Kaziranga National Park, Eastern Range, Assam, India (2012)

libutron:

Rose-ringed Parakeet - Psittacula krameri

Also known as Ring-necked Parakeet, Psittacula krameri (Psittacidae) is a mainly green parrot with a red bill and a long, tapered tail. This is the Old World’s most widely distributed parrot, occurring in northern Africa north of the moist forest zone as well as across much of southern Asia.

These parrots are highly gregarious, especially outside the breeding season, sometimes forming flocks of several thousand birds. They roost communally, often with crows, mynas, or other parrots.

Reference: [1]

Photo credit: ©Vijay Anand Ismavel | Locality: Kaziranga National Park, Eastern Range, Assam, India (2012)

rhamphotheca:

archosaurophilia:

The Kagu (Rhynochetos jubatus) is a curious bird native to the montane forests of the French overseas collectivity of New Caledonia. Its placement among the avian family tree has been complicated since the time of its discovery, Once thought to be an ardeid like egrets and herons, it was considered in more recent times to be a gruiform. Of late, it’s usually been allied to the sunbittern of Central and South America, suggesting that the two species may be part of an ancient, Gondwanan radiation of birds.
It’s average-sized so far as ground-dwelling birds go, averaging at around 55 cm long. Strictly carnivorous, its diet consists mostly of invertebrates and small reptiles from the forest floor. Its generic name (‘rhyno’ = nose and ‘chetos’ = corn) stems from the ‘nasal corns’, a pair of flaps over the nostrils unique to the Kagu among all birds.
It is the heraldic bird of New Caledonia, and despite pressure from introduced mammals which has reduced its range on the island, is the focus of a number of dedicated conservation efforts which have seen considerable success.

One of my favorite birds!

rhamphotheca:

archosaurophilia:

The Kagu (Rhynochetos jubatus) is a curious bird native to the montane forests of the French overseas collectivity of New Caledonia. Its placement among the avian family tree has been complicated since the time of its discovery, Once thought to be an ardeid like egrets and herons, it was considered in more recent times to be a gruiform. Of late, it’s usually been allied to the sunbittern of Central and South America, suggesting that the two species may be part of an ancient, Gondwanan radiation of birds.

It’s average-sized so far as ground-dwelling birds go, averaging at around 55 cm long. Strictly carnivorous, its diet consists mostly of invertebrates and small reptiles from the forest floor. Its generic name (‘rhyno’ = nose and ‘chetos’ = corn) stems from the ‘nasal corns’, a pair of flaps over the nostrils unique to the Kagu among all birds.

It is the heraldic bird of New Caledonia, and despite pressure from introduced mammals which has reduced its range on the island, is the focus of a number of dedicated conservation efforts which have seen considerable success.

One of my favorite birds!