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Two videos I took durring my trip in Mazury Region in Poland. Mazury is called 'green lungs' of Poland due to huge forest coverage and hundredes of lakes, rivers and brooks.








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Do see what I posted about the biggest parrot species ever discovered from New Zealand, that is the "Hercules parrot" (Heracles inexpectatus, nickname 'Squawkzilla'): https://wildfact.com/forum/topic-animal-...2#pid89362
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Haycinth Macaws: with a length from the top of its head ton the tip of its tail of about 1 meter, it's the longest extant parrot. Living in Central and Eastern South America this protected specy is listed on the Appendix 1 of the CITIES.

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Black swans. Never seen before swans picking tree leaves




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Lyrebird, magnificent creature.




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Howard Cleland: " like a jumbo jet landing. A goliath heron finds a small cluster of rocks in the middle of the fast flowing river to look for an evening meal. "

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My headless companion...

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Mountain bluebird (female and male).
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Poor blue jay.









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A bearded reedling... A bird of Asia and Europe, belongs to the Panuridae family.




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Dereck Joubert: " One carmine alone is the stuff of dreams … But you never see a single bird. Walk along the banks of the river and you will find a colony: a thousand birds together. It’s like an explosion on Murano, the place where they make Venetian glass. It’s as if someone had raided the island’s rubbish-tip and gathered tons and tons of shards and splinters of the brightest chandeliers, candelabra, tropical fish, cockerels, mermaids, horses, temple-maidens, clowns and loving-cups and hurled them into the air for the sun to turn them, at a stroke, from kitsch into perfect beauty. "

(A truly wonderful description from ’The Sacred Combe’ by Simon Barnes.)

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duck vs gull




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cassowary eggs 


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The cassowary does really have bright green eggs.
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