25 Photographs of Unusual and Endangered Types of Birds That Appear Magnificent

Tim Flach, a photographer, has three goldfish and two Burmese cats, Hunt and Blue, as his companions. These cats often keep him company while he is carrying out his work, though they would probably be excited to eat some of the creatures he captures in his photographs.

1. Black Jacobin Pigeon

Black Jacobin Pigeon

The Jacobin bird was given its European title because its hood of feathers looks similar to the robes that the Jacobin monks typically wore. To some people, it looks like a woman wearing a feathery garment.