Photos Exotic Birds

Close up of the plumage of a Scarlet Macaw. Photo: David Clode.

Close up of the plumage of a Scarlet Macaw. Photo: David Clode.

Photos of birds that are not from Australia.

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Luzon Bleeding Heart pigeon. Kuranda Birdworld. Photo: David Clode.

Luzon Bleeding-heart pigeon, from the Philippines. Kuranda Birdworld. Photo: David Clode.

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Bleeding-heart pigeon. Photo: David Clode.

Bleeding-heart pigeon. Photo: David Clode.

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Pigeon, Birdworld.

Pigeon, Birdworld.

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Sun Conure from South America. Birdworld Kuranda. Photo: David Clode.

Sun Conure from South America. Birdworld Kuranda. Photo: David Clode.

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Sun Conure. Photo: david Clode.

Sun Conure. Photo: David Clode.

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Yellow form of an Indian Ring-neck parrot?. Eating a grape. Birdworld. Photo: David Clode.

Yellow form of an Indian Ring-neck parrot? Eating a grape. Birdworld. Photo: David Clode.

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Do-it-yourself pedicure. Possibly a blue form of the Indian Ringneck parrot. Phot: Kuranda Birdworld. David Clode.

Do-it-yourself pedicure. Possibly a blue form of the Indian Ringneck parrot.
Phot: Kuranda Birdworld. David Clode.

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Alexandrine Parrot. India, SE Asia. Photo: Birdworld, Kuranda. David Clode.

Alexandrine Parrot. India, SE Asia. Photo: Birdworld, Kuranda. David Clode.

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Mandarin Duck. China. Birdworld Kuranda. Photo: David Clode.

Mandarin Duck. China. Birdworld Kuranda. Photo: David Clode.

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Mandarin duck from China. Birdworld. Photo: David Clode.

Mandarin duck from China. Birdworld. Photo: David Clode.

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Ibis, Birdworld.

Ibis, Birdworld.

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Blue and Gold Macaw. Central and South America. Photo: David Clode, taken at Birdworld Kuranda.

Blue and Gold Macaw. Central and South America. Photo: David Clode, taken at Birdworld Kuranda.

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Mandarin plumage. Photo: David Clode.

Mandarin plumage. Photo: David Clode.

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Sun Conure plumage. Photo: David Clode.

Sun Conure plumage. Photo: David Clode.

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Close up of the plumage of a Scarlet Macaw. Central and South America. Photo: David Clode, taken at Birdworld Kuranda.

Close up of the plumage of a Scarlet Macaw. Central and South America. Photo: David Clode, taken at Birdworld Kuranda.

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