Oh, no, no, no... there is something very wrong - magpie and shadows are blue, almost as sky :-/ previous version, although a bit to warm, was much better. IMHO you shouldn't do much PP, WB is quite good ( for sure much better than this one ).
I also find the first one a fair bit better, it blends, but that makes it seem more natural, here we see the tree clearly lit orange, but the feathers are mostly white (on the Magpie) and the wing is shines a bright blue. Essentialy the strong blues defy the natural setting. A blue shine effect gives the bird a stand out feel and translucency, but it must comply with light given.
On my screen this photo looks way to blue, the other one could use a little bit more contrast and just a tad less yellow. I think a mix of the two photos would be best... But today I went to a printshop and saw my photos on their screen and There was so much more contrast on that screen than on my laptop screen....
Comparing the two photos I personally think the first one is better with the colors.
For the rest it's a beautiful encounter between the two birds, much movement in the photo, I love the composition :]