A collection of ‘feathers’ from around the world.
At Anglesey’s North Stack there is an outdoor art gallery with paintings of many local flora and fauna including birds such as this kestrel. Note the difference in each section of the tail feathers.
An owl shows off his feathers in the Kuala Lumpur Bird Zoo in Malaysia.
A peacock flaunts his tail feathers in the Kuala Lumpur Bird Zoo in Malaysia – okay, this is perhaps not his best angle!
Brightly coloured feathers of a parrot at the Beaty Biodiversity Museum at UBC in Vancouver.
Condors have white fluffy ‘bufandas’ – bufanda means scarf in Spanish. Feathers of a different sort as the Brazilians strut their stuff at Vancouver Latinfest.More of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Feathers.