This video from Australia is called male superb fairy wren, then female superb fairy wren.
By Melissa Mayntz in the USA:
To celebrate Bird Week, BirdLife Australia held a poll of 52 common birds to determine the country’s favorite feathered friend. According to the Guardian, the superb fairy-wren took the honors, just flying past the Australian magpie. More than 8,000 votes were cast, and other birds in the top 10 include the laughing kookaburra, rainbow lorikeet and galah.
See also here.
- It’s official, the superb fairy-wren is our favourite bird (theguardian.com)
- The Tasmanian environment is for the birds (blogs.abc.net.au)
- National Bird Week: Flying favourites (abc.net.au)
- Victorians love their magpies (blogs.abc.net.au)
- Celebrate Bird Week 2013 (wattlerangenow.com.au)
- Personality, and the Superb Fairy-wren (abc.net.au)
- Australia’s favourite birds (pateblog.nma.gov.au)
- Dubbo Zoo #1 (scottwarnerphotography.wordpress.com)
- BirdLife Melbourne at the Alphington Wetlands Music Festival (birdlifemelbourne.wordpress.com)
- Bird (themelbournechurchmouse.wordpress.com)
I just love these sweet little birds, sigh
So do I:) I hope this poll will raise awareness about conservation of the environment for those birds.
What a beautiful little bird! Blessings, Natalie
Yes, they are. There are also related fairy wren species in Australia.
Friendly Magpies, Kookaburras, Butcher Birds feeding session
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