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Free online jigsaw puzzle for adults and kids of a bar-throated minla perched on a twig. The pretty bird is also called the chestnut-tailed minla.

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elijah13
Oct 7, 2017
Never heard of this bird, but very pretty. A pretty twig he is perched on!
pixipixil
Jun 12, 2016
Just think how tiny her eggs would be. A robin built her nest against our sun porch window. She would go crazy every time I went outside as the door was next to the rhodie in which she built it. I was lucky to get a few shots of the babies--when they first hatched they were so small.
Wishing you a day to feather your nest.
trynfindit
Jun 12, 2016
My oldest daughter had a wren dig into an orchid pot on her back porch and build a nest in it.
And I read one time where a wren had built its nest in a wreath on someone's door.
pixipixil
Jun 13, 2016
Did they take pictures? That must have been soooo cute.
trynfindit
Jun 13, 2016
Actually she was upset with the wren that built its nest in one of her orchid plants. It killed the orchid.
pixipixil
Jun 14, 2016
Aw. Sorry about the orchid. Animals don't have any sense of the damage they do.
kjd3682
Jun 14, 2016
I have a friend who has a bird that has built a nest in one of her hanging baskets, so she's being very careful about watering. "Mom" flies away, then comes back after the watering. She's taking pics of the eggs/hatchlings.
pixipixil
Jun 15, 2016
Wouldn't that photo make a wonderful puzzle?
CatLadyOKC
Jun 15, 2016
Have to try to get the moth balls in a bag out early on the patio over the light by the doors...they try to nest there every year. Not a good place for them to be.
carolsapple
Apr 8, 2017
Yes the male birds are more colorful. Then there are some birds that do things that I don't like. I've even saw video of what a bird did - I thought omg! those poor babies. Luckily the babies survived.
ParsonWayne
Jun 12, 2016
Such a tweetheart.
pixipixil
Jun 12, 2016
That bird is all about perchfection.
ParsonWayne
Jun 13, 2016
Are you referring to his breed or the twig he is perched on?
pixipixil
Jun 13, 2016
The whole package. S/he's not only beautiful but the
whole posture seems chock full of personality.
ParsonWayne
Jun 29, 2016
I noticed that the bird is alert. The world needs more lerts.
pixipixil
Jun 29, 2016
Is a "lert" the opposite of an alert just as asymptomatic is opposite of symptomatic?
ParsonWayne
Jun 30, 2016
I a-perch-iate your comments pixipixil.
pixipixil
Jun 30, 2016
Very tweet of you to say so.
In the inspector Lynley series Barbara would say "You always twig my meaning."
JamieT
Jun 12, 2016
What a beautiful bird. According to the always accurate Wikipedia*, this bird prefers tropical and subtropical moist mountainous forests from India, Nepal, and Bhutan to Vietnam.

* except for errors, unintentional and intentional.
trynfindit
Jun 12, 2016
LOL. I posted the Wiki info too. Guess I ought to read all of the comments before adding mine. :)
JamieT
Jun 13, 2016
There's more info about these birds. This one seems more colorful than the Wikipedia photos.
retirenow14
Jun 15, 2016
The bird in this picture must be a male. I would imagine the female is significantly less colorful for safety reasons during the times she is rearing her young.
trynfindit
Jun 16, 2016
Retire, that's the best explanation I've ever heard of why a female bird is so often less colorful than the male.
retirenow14
Jun 15, 2016
What a beautiful bird. This is the first time I have ever seen or heard of this little guy.
Rozina1010
Jun 15, 2016
On the way to the bus in the station, I saw a baby bird on the ground gasping for air. Unforunatly it had fallen out of the nest, or tried to fly without any success. I felt helpless to do anything, except to tell the guard in the station about the bird. I am still upset about it. Poor bird, I guess it was beyond healing. Pretty far to fall, as the birds make their nests way up in the station.
USACatwoman
Jun 12, 2016
Wow a puzzle of a very pretty Asiatic bird also found in India. Nice Puzzle.
pixipixil
Jun 12, 2016
Thanks for that. I was wondering where this cutie lived. You saved me looking it up.
Starrphyre
Jun 12, 2016
Attractive little bird. Thanks for the info., Pixi.
pixipixil
Jun 13, 2016
Wasn't me, Starr. It was catwoman. But great to hear from you. I tried to find a photo of its nest but no luck.
Coravee
Jun 13, 2016
Thanks! I like a bit more info like that. Not one I've seen, except perhaps in the zoo. We have one with jungle birds, so lovely.
JUDY2014
Jun 12, 2016
I would have named him the rainbow bird.
aussiesapphire
Jun 12, 2016
Hi Judy, we have one called a rainbow lorikeet and if you check it out, you will see why. And I have grevilleas growing in my yard and the lorikeets love them. They come twice a day to feed and I enjoy having them visit. Hugs.
JamieT
Jun 13, 2016
The Kansas City Zoo has a rainbow lorikeet exhibit where you go into an enclosed area, get a small cup about the size of a medicine cup that comes with cough syrup, the zookeeper squirts some liquid into it, and the lorikeets land on you to lick up the liquid. Some will end up landing on people's heads or shoulders. They're very cute birds.
JUDY2014
Jun 13, 2016
I bird sat for my friends Lorikeet but did not know they were also called rainbow. Beautiful birds.
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