Palmchat (Dulus dominicus) is a small, long-tailed passerine bird, the only species in the genus Dulus and the family Dulidae. It is thought to be related to the waxwings, family Bombycillidae, and is sometimes classified with that group. The name reflects its strong association with palms for feeding, roosting and nesting. The palmchat is the national bird of the Dominican Republic.
Red Bird of Paradise (Paradisaea rubra) male performing a practice display at his display site, known as a lek, high in the canopy of the forest on Batanta Island, Indonesia. Photographed from a canopy blind. IUCN Red List: NT