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Bee-eater / Merops apiaster by vedat esen on 500px

Bee-eater / Merops apiaster by vedat esen on

Галина Панкратова - Google+

Галина Панкратова - Google+

European Bee-Eater - So gorgeous.

The European bee-eater (Merops apiaster) is a near passerine bird in the bee-eater family Meropidae. It breeds in southern Europe and in parts of north Africa.

Bee-Eaters (such an odd name for such a beautiful bird.) They swoop the bees on the wing. From Europe and Africa....

Photograph of the Day: Colorful Birds

Colour palette Bee-Eaters (such an odd name for such a beautiful bird.) They swoop the bees on the wing. From Europe and Africa.

Borderlands: Bird Watching in Dobrogea, Romania

Borderlands: Bird Watching in Dobrogea, Romania

New Wonderful Photos: European Bee-eater, Merops Apiaster. I keep saying, Daddy God Almighty is the most WONDERFUL Creator! And, look at the color combinations on this BEAUTIFUL little bird!

The Green Bee-eater, Merops Orientalis, (sometimes Little Green Bee-eater) is a near Passerine bird in the Bee-eater family. It is resident but prone to seasonal movements and is found widely distributed across sub-Saharan Africa from Senegal and The Gambia to Ethiopia, the Nile valley, Western Arabia and Asia through India to Vietnam. They are mainly insect eaters and they are found in grassland, thin scrub and forest often quite far from water.

Australian Rainbow Bee-eater The colors make me feel good. The tail and the black beak and markings amaze me. An Australian Rainbow Bee-eater

Lovely Bird Photography - Bee Eater, we don't need these right now with the bee in decline

27 + Beautiful and Colorful Bird Types from Around the World that You Should Know

Southern Carmine Bee-eater(Merops nubicoides) – by Adam Riley

Southern Carmen Bee-eater, notice the red throat by Adam Riley

Beautiful Carmine bee eater Birds we could use them here,  I'm afraid of bees.

Cuddling carmines by Patrick Bentley Bee eaters via Paradise of Birds Southern…

No, it’s not a caterpillar! It’s a group of European Bee-eaters on a branch on a frosty morning in May.

This is Not a Caterpillar

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