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Kea at 1300m Arthurs Pass New Zealand Maori Name Korimako

Maori Name "Korimako"

Maori name Kereru

Maori name "Kereru"

Maori Name Korimako

Maori Name "Korimako"

Wandering Albatross Wandering Albatross Salvins Mollymawk Salvins Mollymawk
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This particular bird is probably unwell. It has been eating but hasn't been flying with the others on the Belfast Harbour Reserve.

This particular bird is probably unwell. It has been eating but hasn't been flying with the others on the Belfast Harbour Reserve.

Greenfinch Purple Sandpiper Hanging in There Black Tailed Godwit
Waxwing Greenshank Wren Ringed Plover
Grey Plover Greenshank This Juvenile Blue Heron, photographed just outside Letterfrack Co.Galway, is probably one of the rarest birds ever found in Ireland. It is from the USA and there are only four records of a Blue Heron on this side of the Atlantic Ocean. The other three were in the Azores. On one of the days after it had been identified upto a thousand people came to see it in one day many making trips from England.

This Juvenile Blue Heron, photographed just outside Letterfrack Co.Galway, is probably one of the rarest birds ever found in Ireland. It is from the USA and there are only four records of a Blue Heron on this side of the Atlantic Ocean. The other three were in the Azores. On one of the days after it had been identified upto a thousand people came to see it in one day many making trips from England.

Little Tern
Red Throated Diver Common Redshank Godwit in Flight Robin
Sooty Shearwater Purple Sandpiper
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