• Please use real names.

    Greetings to all who have registered to OPF and those guests taking a look around. Please use real names. Registrations with fictitious names will not be processed. REAL NAMES ONLY will be processed

    Firstname Lastname

    Register

    We are a courteous and supportive community. No need to hide behind an alia. If you have a genuine need for privacy/secrecy then let me know!
  • Welcome to the new site. Here's a thread about the update where you can post your feedback, ask questions or spot those nasty bugs!

bird

  1. P

    Golden-crowned Flycatcher

    There is a golden crown patch but usually concealed.
  2. P

    Eared Jacamar

  3. James Lemon

    Eurasian Dove

    Sorry about the shadows but its the best I could do.
  4. James Lemon

    Tree Sparrow

  5. James Lemon

    Serious Bird

  6. P

    Morning Walk

    An Andean Motmot
  7. P

    Feeding Family Of Five

    Colombian Chachalaca family. Two adults, three chicks and going through bananas like crazy.
  8. P

    Morning's Motmot

    Colombian endemic with bromeliad. Appears to have been mucking about.
  9. P

    Who Me?

    Roadside Hawk
  10. Gordon Baird

    Jay

    Jay was photographed at Morton Lochs. IG9A1812 by Gordon Baird, on Flickr
  11. Bear Dale

    Rainbow Lorikeet

    Rainbow Lorikeet Cracking a sunflower seed Scientific name: Trichoglossus moluccanus
  12. Bear Dale

    Short-billed Corella

    Short-billed Corella Scientific name: Cacatua sanguinea
  13. Bear Dale

    Long-billed Corella

    Long-billed Corella Scientific name: Cacatua tenuirostris
  14. Bear Dale

    Lean over here and I'll give you a little lovin' :)

    Lean over here and I'll give you a little lovin' :)
  15. Bear Dale

    Satin Bowerbird

    Satin Bowerbird Sharing some of my mandarin with me :) Scientific name: Ptilonorhynchus violaceus
  16. Tom dinning

    Pelican

    Zoo captured, I’m afraid. Do pelicans have coherent thoughts? I’m under the impression that the brain of a pelican is just active enough to enable survival. Putting it in an enclosure might take a load off it’s mind, don’t you think?
  17. P

    Portrait Chachalaca

    Colombian Chachalaca endemic to the Cauca and Magdalena valleys of eastern central Colombia.
Top