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Modern Bird Feather Designs

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Featured Modern Bird Feather Designs Print

Close-up of wing feathers of Anhinga, Snakebird, Darter, American darter, or Water turkey

Extreme close-up of a male Anhinga's wing, a beautiful black and silvery white. Anhingas do not have waterproof feathers. It is believed that they do not have the oil glands to waterproof them. The structure of the anhingas feathers decreases their buoyancy and allows them to stay underwater for longer periods of time in pursuit of their prey (fish). Because their plumage is not water-repellant, they have difficulty when attempting to fly with waterlogged wings. They dry their feathers by standing with their wings spread usually under the sun. Photographed in Florida.

© Zen Rial 2015

Featured Modern Bird Feather Designs Print

Malay Peacock Pheasant Wing & Tail Feather Design

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© copyright Darrell Gulin 2015

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Featured Modern Bird Feather Designs Print

Colorful and Distinctive Peacock Tail Feathers

These tail feathers, or coverts, spread out in a distinctive train that is more than 60 percent of the bird's total body length and boast colorful "eye" markings of blue, gold, red, and other hues. The large train is used in mating rituals and courtship displays. It can be arched into a magnificent fan that reaches across the bird's back and touches the ground on either side. Females are believed to choose their mates according to the size, colour, and quality of these outrageous feather trains.

© copyright Darrell Gulin 2015