Feathers
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Feathers

Feathers

While looking for pictures of Magpies I stumbled across this ornithological website: Ornitos – Birdwatching in Europe. Theres’s a nice subsection on the Ornitos Website called Feather Collection and guess what I found? Besides feathers of all kinds of birds there’s a whole bunch of pictures showing the beautiful feathers of Pica Pica, the Black-billed Magpie.

It’s amazing to see the black and white design of the wing feathers as well as the beautiful iridescent colours on the tail wings.
I grab the pictures to show them here on the blog, but you can click on the images to get to the original source on Ornitos Website.

 

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8 Primaries (longest 159 mm) and 3 secondaries (130-122 mm) of the right wing

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9 Primaries (longest 159 mm) of the left wing

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6 Secondaries (79-131 mm) of the left wing

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5 Tail-feathers (125-243 mm)

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