Thursday, August 23, 2012

Birds in Paradise

 Blue-and-Yellow Macaw




These are some of the birds we have seen in Pugo Adventure/Pugad at Pugo, La Union when we had our joint council meeting. So sorry though because I don't know what kind of bird is in the 2nd picture and it seems like Mr. G can't help me. hehe!

What's really beautiful about the place is you can feel that you are so close to nature when you're there because of its majestic view, the beautiful landscapes and the different birds there. It's just at the foot of the mountain and is just a few walks away to the river. A great place to go to when you want to get it touch with nature :)

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13 comments:

  1. Stunning colours!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  2. Those are gorgeous birds! It really does look like paradise! Thank you for the visit and the friendly comment. Have a great weekend!

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  3. These are absolutely stunning tho!!! I love 'em.

    Thanks for linking up at the Bird D'Pot this week, hope to see you often with more bird photos!!

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  4. You have a wonderful place here, very good blogging going on at your site. Good text and great shots. Keep up this good work. The birds are lovely, and your photography is very good. I hope you continue to take photos of nature and keep joining in on our memes.

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  5. Beautiful birds, very happy to see them not in a cage!

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  6. What wonderful shots of these beauties! That must be a gorgeous place to spend some time.

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  7. Beautiful birds with such amazing colors.

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  8. Sorry I can't help with the identity of the parrot, however it's a lovely picture.

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  9. Great captures of these beautiful birds!

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  10. beautiful birds and great photos; well done!
    visiting via Rural Thursday Blog Hop.

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  11. Beautiful! Thank you for sharing at Rural Thursdays, Meggy.

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  12. Beautiful shots of these gorgeous parrots Meg! It looks like these birds are well cared for but I hope people realize these birds need to remain in their natural habitat. May I suggest people read up on "The Tragedy of the Wild Parrot Trade."

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