The 39 Species

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The 39 species of birds-of-paradise include tiny, starling-sized birds and big, crow-sized birds; birds in vivid blues, greens, and reds; birds with head plumes, tail plumes, back plumes, chest plumes, and no plumes; mountain birds and swamp birds; branch dancers, pole dancers, ballerina dancers. The Birds-of-Paradise Project is the first to capture all 39 in stills and video. Catch a glimpse of every one of them here.

Filmed and photographed by Tim Laman.
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  1. Absolutely amazing footage of these incredible birds. On behalf of all the birders out there that dream of seeing just one of these birds in their lifetime, thank you so very much for giving us a glimpse into their world. Your work is greatly appreciated!

  2. It is hard to believe how Mother Nature has created such magnificent birds.I can't imagine how much time and effort went into capturing all of these photos and videos. Thank you very much.

  3. Birds of Paradise were my absolute favorite birds as a child. I only ever got to see illustrations of them in a book in the school library, but I checked that book out at least twice a month, just to look at them.

  4. Beautiful Birds…It is just Amazing to see all of the handwork of GOD's creation.so amazing and Beautiful. Glory to GOD Our creator. His way is perfect.PSALM18,30

  5. I read about all in laman book their work is outstanding both had very hard time in forest

    And the thing which inspire me too much is away from hospitality and with brust appendix they continue it

  6. Sorry to break it to you but there isn’t 39 species there are actually 41 species of bird-if-paradise and also to the people in the comment section from these 41 species the worst rating is vulnerable and only 3 species are in that state, considering other bird families this family isn’t going anywhere for a long time

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