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Espátula Rosada Platalea ajaja

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kent_ozment

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Agosto 13, 2020 09:15 AM CDT

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Cuco Cuculus canorus

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mirko_tomasi

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Agosto 12, 2020 07:56 PM CEST

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luanmaisy

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Marzo 8, 2009 09:46 AM WIB

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Lechuza de Campanario Tyto alba

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francitri09

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Julio 23, 2020 12:27 PM SAST

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Monza (Google, OSM)

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Classe 5a

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Águila Rapaz Aquila rapax

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sitszasadam

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Enero 13, 2020 12:49 PM GMT

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Carpintero Velloso-Menor Dryobates pubescens

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peterwinship

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Julio 1, 2020 05:18 PM EDT

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Cárabo Uralense Strix uralensis

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hyacinthus

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Junio 16, 2020 01:35 PM SAST

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renateettinger

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Junio 13, 2020 11:16 AM SAST

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Lori Arcoíris Trichoglossus moluccanus

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twan3253

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Abril 26, 2020 12:20 PM AEST

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Pato de Crin Chenonetta jubata

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twan3253

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Abril 15, 2020 04:40 PM AEST

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Pato de Crin Chenonetta jubata

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twan3253

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Abril 15, 2020 05:04 PM AEST

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Lagarto Verde Lacerta viridis

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peterstoeckl

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Abril 16, 2020 11:51 AM SAST

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peterstoeckl

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Abril 23, 2020 05:42 PM SAST

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Weibchen bei Eiablage an Osterluzei.

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Guacamaya Verde Ara militaris

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beleny

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Febrero 21, 2020 01:00 PM CET

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Hello,I need help,Does someone know how to fix the hollow shaft of a feather if it is broken?Like this?
Thank youu

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Cernicalo Común Falco tinnunculus

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beleny

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Febrero 23, 2020 06:08 PM CET

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Female and some tail feathers are lost,but the last one I dont know if it is from male or female...

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Autillo Otus scops

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karakaxa

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Julio 14, 2019 04:30 PM +03

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Finally some molted feathers from the local owls! These were found under the same spot, so i’m assuming they’re from the same individual (or maybe not, the primaries have a bit of a different pattern and 3 more owls roosted at this spot last summer). Last year about 10 different roosts filled up with feathers, but i only had luck with this one this time.. no owls have ever been spotted in the park and i’m still hoping to get the chance to observe them based on where they molt their feathers. Undertail covert, 2 primaries and a central tail feather. Hopefully, more to come

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Búho Cara Canela Asio otus

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karakaxa

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Agosto 20, 2018 11:00 AM +03

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Naturally molted feathers from a local (wild) breeding pair found over the range of august.

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Corneja Gris Corvus cornix

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karakaxa

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Mayo 17, 2020 02:15 PM +03

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Hours were spent cleaning and preparing this specimen, but it was surely worth it! i found this leucistic/melanin deficient fledgling crow right under an active nest along with a set of tertials from another leucistic/deficient fledgling from the same nest. It seems like the whole family was white.. bad diet that could be mixed with bad genetics.
I'm suspecting that the diet of this bird resulted in it being weak so it was easy for a cat to catch it. There are many cats in the area.

The parents and other live fledglings flying around on the trees (including people passing by..) were surely not amused when they saw me touching the dead one. The crows were making alarm calls over the park, i'm probably a target now :')
@featherenthusiast you may like this one!

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glycymeris

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Enero 2, 2020 01:06 PM NZDT

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Washed up.

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glycymeris

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Febrero 2, 2020 01:08 PM NZDT

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Washed up, juvenile.

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glycymeris

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Abril 30, 2020 03:36 PM NZST

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Washed up.

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Conejo Europeo Oryctolagus cuniculus

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wolfsblood

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Abril 1, 2020 03:42 PM SAST

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additional Photos by: S. Sedlmayr

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Búho Real Bubo bubo

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wolfsblood

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Abril 3, 2020 11:22 AM SAST

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Búho Sabanero Asio flammeus

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wolfsblood

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Febrero 24, 2010 11:29 AM CET

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Plucking from another bird of prey

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Cárabo Strix aluco

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wolfsblood

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Abril 3, 2020 11:29 AM SAST

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Busardo Ratonero Buteo buteo

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wolfsblood

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Septiembre 6, 2012 09:14 PM SAST

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Busardo Ratonero Buteo buteo

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wolfsblood

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Abril 4, 2020 07:48 PM SAST

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Busardo Ratonero Buteo buteo

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wolfsblood

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Abril 12, 2020 12:49 PM SAST

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Prey of an eagle owl

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Urraca Común Pica pica

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beleny

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Marzo 8, 2020 10:21 AM CET

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I love the iridiscent colors of the magpie

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Guacamaya Roja Ara chloropterus

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beleny

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Enero 31, 2020 10:13 PM CET

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Hi guys,are this feathers from green-winged or macao macaw??
Thank youu

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karakaxa

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Agosto 15, 2019 04:25 PM +03

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Found right next to a goshawk feather, and many of the feathers had damage that showed the jay struggled a lot before it died (second image shows an example of that, it’s the damage feathers get when rubbed hardly across the dirt). Last image shows part of the kill site. Sadly many feathers were unretrievable, as the forest they were found at was on a steep incline, and any wrong move could end up with me down the hill. Only got what was safe to catch xd

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Urraca Común Pica pica

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karakaxa

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Marzo 13, 2016 01:00 PM EET

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My very first feather..
Found while hiking with my dad on an unnamed mountain which the locals call Mt.Goritsa.

I saw something shiny from afar on the trail while walking and went closer to inspect it. To my surprise, it wasn't a man-made object, but a beautiful rainbow-colored feather.
It was a pretty windy day, but the feather was held firmly to the ground under a large rock that was on top of its shaft. It was almost as if someone had placed it there intentionally, but the only people that go up there are goat herders. I picked it up and snapped a picture because of its beautiful colors even though i had no idea what bird it was from, not realizing it'd be such a life-changing find which would give birth to a new hobby that would take up a huge chunk of my life.

Magpie feathers may be common but this one is special ~ i still have it up to this day :)

(My name is based on this ~ karakaxa means magpie in Greek)