Very nice picture, though I just have to point out that these are definitely no lories, but a pair of Yellow-headed amazons, Amazona ochrocephala oratrix/belizensis. (The two subspecies are difficult to tell apart)
Very nice picture.
However, this is not an eclectus parrot, but a Red lory, Eos bornea.
Very nice picture, sharp and nice posing from the bird too. ;)
It's just one thing I have to point out - it isn't a tenuirostris (eastern long-billed corella), but a little corella or bare-eyed cockatoo, Cacatua sanguinea.
The tenuirostris has more orange around the face, as well as an orange throat and a much longer beak.
A really beautiful bird, but I have one thing to point out - this isn't an Umbrella cockatoo. This is clearly a Moluccan cockatoo, Cacatua moluccensis. The umbrella/alba is pure white with just yellow underneath its wings and tail, while the moluccan has a salmon pink crest, and is often pink all over the body. (Like this one)
Really nice picture. Beautiful colors, contrast, etc... just one thing to note in the description. This is a Greenwing Macaw, Ara Chloroptera. The Scarlet is lighter red and has no lines of feathers in the face.
Wonderful caption, excellent details.
Just one thing, look at the front. There is a little blue there. This is a Blue Fronted Amazon, Amazona Aestiva.
Truly beautiful! Nice details, lightning, coloration... everything!
Just one thing; this isn't a Scarlet. The Scarlet has a lighter red color and yellow on it's wings. This is a Greenwing Macaw, Ara Chloroptera.
Really nice picture. :)
Just one thing to note.
Those aren't Goffin Cockatoos, they're Bare-Eyed Cockatoos, Cacatua Sanguinea. The goffins doesn't have that naked eye-patch.