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Beautiful portraits of endangered birds

London photographer Tim Flack specializes in filming nature. Special attention should be paid his series of portraits of amazing birds that are on the verge of extinction. Let’s see some.

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Beautiful portrait of endangered birds

Bearded tit species of passerine birds:

Bearded tit species of passerine birds

Red Cardinal. Red bird with a crest:

Red Cardinal.

Guinea fowl’s neck. His name is obliged to form guinea fowl’s neck, head and neck, reminiscent of Headstock

vulturine guineafowl

Nicobar Pigeon — the only living Nicobar Pigeon.

Nicobar Pigeon - the only living Nicobar Pigeon

Himalayan Monal has a massive, strong awkward shape with legs, a short tail and massive beak. Color feathers male shimmers green, red, purple and blue flowers:

Himalayan Monal

Gouldian Finch, classifies the species as endangered. Throughout the world, this type because of its colorful plumage contain as ornamental birds.

Gouldian finch

Tufted Duck is characterized by the development of tuft on the head.

Tufted Duck is characterized by the development of tuft on his head

Silver-laced Rooster:

Silver-laced Rooster

White-crowned Dutch black hen:

White-crowned Dutch black chicken

Gray Crowned Crane. It refers to a vulnerable species. Bird is one of Uganda’s national symbol and displayed on its national flag and coat of arms:

Gray Crowned Crane

Victoria crowned pigeon. It is a large bird of the pigeon family. Vulnerable species:

Victoria crowned pigeon

Dove Jacobine:

dove Jacobine

Red Dove Jacobine:

Red Dove Jacobine

Philippine Eagle. It lives exclusively in the tropical forests of the Philippines, and is one of the national symbols of the country. The murder of the endangered birds is punishable by the laws of the Philippines, twelve years in prison and a heavy fine:

Philippine eagle

Shoebill. A very large bird, its height is on average 1.2 m, a wingspan of 2.3 m:


King vulture. Found in South America and is the only species in the genus Sarcoramphus. The name of this species comes from the fact that in fights with other vultures for carrion he, as a rule, is a winner: