The King Vulture is an uncommon, large, and spectacular bird of lowland tropical forest, mainly in wilder areas and not around human habitation. Most often seen soaring overhead in mid-late morning, often fairly high up; rarely seen perched. Striking adult has a colorful head and neck, piercing white eyes, and mostly white plumage with a black trailing edge to the wings and tail. Here is a captive, perched vulture at Carolina Raptor Center, North Carolina.
Spectacled Owls are unique owls, so named because of the white spectacles around their yellow eyes, highlighting their brown facial disk. The bill is cream colored. A white stripe around the upper throat divides the color of the body, with the chest being dark brown. Here is a female at the Carolina Raptor Center, North Carolina.
The Eurasian eagle-owl’s large, very distinctive, orange eyes provide excellent night vision. This male bird is at the Carolina Raptor Center, North Carolina.
The eyes and horns of these bullocks seem to be intertwined at a rural farm in India
Eye of a mourning dove sitting on a window sill captured through the screen mesh
A palette of flowers to please the eyes ….