19 Birds So Perfect They Don’t Seem Real
They are so beautiful that they seem from a fairy tale.
Observing birds in the wild is not an easy task, as we can barely find their nests, plus they are always on the move, greatly reducing our observation time.
So, you can already get an idea that if bird watching isn’t that easy, taking a photo is even more difficult. Just thinking about angles, lights, shadows, etc., you can already get an idea that this is a job that requires a lot of observation and patience.
And that is exactly the reason why some photographers dedicate themselves exclusively to this task and some photos are extremely surreal, not to mention the bird itself, which seems to have come straight from fairy tales.
Most bird watchers and scientists claim that there are between 9,000 and 10,000 species of birds and one of the main ways to identify them is through their appearance, along with their colors.
Today we bring you 19 birds so perfect they don’t even look real: take a look and vote for your favorite image.
#1. Pnoepyga pusilla, a species of bird found in the Himalayas:
#2. A beautiful green-billed toucan found in Brazil:
#3. Lady pheasant, a very common bird in Greece:
#4. Lophornis delattrei, a beautiful species found in Peru:
#5. A teaser photographed in Brazil:
#6. A black-masked Sai, a bird found in Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, Suriname, and Venezuela:
#7. A magnificent golden pheasant:
#8. Aglaiocercus kingii, a species found in Colombia:
#9. A chlorophonia sighted in Costa Rica:
#10. A beautiful Cyornis rubeculoides, photographed in India:
#11. Bombycilla garrulus, a bird the size of a starling, basically:
#12. Grandala coelicolor, which doesn’t even look real:
#13. Panurus biarmicus, a little bird that appears to be wearing a mask:
#14. Bengali red, which looks like a strawberry:
#15. Goura cristata, an imposing and majestic bird:
#16. Ceyx melanurus, a species of bird in the Alcedinidae family found in the southern Philippines:
#17. Podargus strigoides and her pup, who looks like a doll:
#18. Sialia currucoides, the blue mountain bird:
#19. Basically a princess.
Nature has an endless number of species that are so surprising, like the ones in this gallery, that they make us think that reality always surpasses fiction. Share this note so that everyone will marvel at the beauty of these birds.