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Updated on January 28, 2008

Birds of paradise

Today i received email from my friend give some photo of birds which rarely see in our nature. I am wondering who took the photo and where the place is.Perhaps, readers can share their information here.

I love to share this photo to nature lovers or birds lovers. We have to save our world from any pollution so that our next generation still can see this beauty of our nature.

Please rank the photo for the 1st unique/rare bird species:

My choice - photo 2 (The blue bird) --> I dunno the name of this birds!!Help me.. ^_^

Bird 1
Bird 1
Birds 2
Birds 2
Bird 3
Bird 3
Bird 4
Bird 4
Bird 5
Bird 5

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      sanjay 5 years ago

      good work and help to world birds lover

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      Johan Smulders 5 years ago from East London, South Africa

      These birds all come from exotic places like the rain forrests in South America. What about Malaysia? You must have some amazing ones there!

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      nijil sweatha 6 years ago

      It's very nice and beautyful

      i like very much

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      Clive 6 years ago

      Hi Cinda

      I bet by now you've found these out for yourself, but just in case, and because I think some of the others answers are a little of the mark:

      No.1 is a Wilson's Bird of Paradise, No.2 is a Blue Bird of Paradise, No.3 is a Lesser Bird of Paradise (which has the yellow fading to white plumes, the greater has red plumes), No.5 is a King Bird of Paradise; and all come from the same family and are found in the region of New Guinea. No.4 is the odd one out, it's a leucistic (white or pale)form or albino Peacock, (male Peafowl) which originate in India

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      Jelly 6 years ago

      Those birds are beautiful!Im speechless.

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      callumgoodsell 6 years ago

      they are so cool

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      RuffStuff 7 years ago

      #1 is a subspecies of the Magnificent Bird of Paradise that lives on an island off the coast of New Guinea, and number two is the Blue Bird of Paradise from New Guinea.

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      Gunnar 7 years ago

      Hi Cinda!

      Bird no.5 is the King Bird-of-Paradise from New Guinea as pateluday wrote.

      No.3 is the Greater Bird-of-Paradise also from New Guinea.

      Gunnar.

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      soumyasrajan 7 years ago from Mumbai India and often in USA

      Nice pictures Cinda! So colorful.

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      Dilli Raj Subedi 7 years ago

      Well,

      Bird No-4 would be the unique among them....

      Hubbing is to be continue.... Wishing.......

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      loua 8 years ago from Elsewhere, visiting Earth ~ the segregated community planet

      The beauty of nature is astounding... Keep on Hubbing...

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      Randomer 9 years ago

      Bird number 2 is called The blue bird of Paradise. :]

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      byrdluvr66 9 years ago from poulsbo, wa

      WOW! What great photos! I couldn't say whether these birds are from North America, I know they aren't here in Washington state thought! LOL!

      The white Peacock is my favorite here... amazing!

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      birder 9 years ago from Alabama

      Cool photos. I like the first one because the colors are SO crisp!

      These birds are NOT in North America, I agree with Pateluday ... birds of paradise

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      Uday Patel 10 years ago from Jabalpur, MP, India

      birds of paradise ...papua new guinea

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      Cinda 10 years ago from Malaysia

      yup! i like tht one too

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      SirDent 10 years ago

      Nice photos. I also like the second one. It's wings look so soft and light it doesn't look like it could fly.

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