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    Nindota sa mga pictures ah! feeling nako murag ang location ani kay sa olango island katong naay wildlife sanctuary

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    Everett's White-Eye

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    Purple-Throated Sunbird

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    Philippine Hanging Parrot (Kusi, Kulasisi(Tagalog))

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    Buhi-on ta ni nga thread beh.

    Grey Heron
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    Eastern Yellow Wagtail (First Winter)
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    mupost unya kos akong bird puhon. natug pa man gud

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    Ako share. Loc. Olanggo island. using 70-200 f4

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    Nindota pagka-freeze sa action. Nice!

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    Lovely images everyone.

    Sunday, February 15, 2015 marks the first death anniversary of mother. This also marks the break of my photography fast. I commit to craft photos more than once week here on end.


    Guaiabero (Bolbopsittacus lunulatus) by alabang, on Flickr

    The Guaiabero (Bolbopsittacus lunulatus) is a species of parrot in the Psittaculidae family, belonging to the monotypic genus Bolbopsittacus and closely related to the lovebirds (Agapornis) and hanging parrots (Loriculus). It is endemic to the Philippines. Its common name is derived from its reputation for eating guavas.

    Read More: Guaiabero - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Location: Colegio de San Juan de Letran - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    Quote Originally Posted by burikoy12 View Post
    Little Egret (Egretta garzetta)

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    This one is cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeoR View Post
    this one also..

    Even if you compare it side by side you can see clearly it's not just about the lens or the magnification but the composition plays a much bigger role than having a bigger lens.
    Otherwise it's just a heavy and conspicuous gear attracting to much attention
    Just my 2 cents
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    Green-faced parrotfinch (Erythrura viridifacies) by alabang, on Flickr

    The green-faced parrotfinch (Erythrura viridifacies) is a species of estrildid finch found in northern Philippines, around Luzon, Negros and Panay.

    The green-faced parrotfinch is approximately 12–13 cm long. This species green plumage except for its bright red uppertail-coverts and tail and darker fringes to the primaries. It has a long pointed tail. The female is slightly shorter and shows buff on the lower belly and vent. Both sexes have a large, dark bill. The green-faced parrotfinch makes a short, high-pitched tsit tsit, chattering and grating notes.

    It inhabits tropical moist forest (including degraded areas), forest edge and even savannah, often above 1,000 m, but is occasionally found in the lowlands. It is usually found together with flowering or seeding bamboos, which are its food supply.

    This species is threatened by deforestation which removes its food supply (bamboo seeds). The cage-bird trade has also affected its population as large numbers of green-faced parrotfinch in many districts of Manila have been caught and exported to the United States.

    Source: Green-faced parrotfinch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Location: Colegio de San Juan de Letran - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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