Ann & Rob Simpson
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Atlantic puffin, Fratercula arctica; Eastern Egg Rock, Eastern Egg Island, Boothbay Harbor, Maine, USA; PuffinA24781NhGT2zS.tif
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Atlantic puffin, Fratercula
arctica; Eastern...

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Atlantic puffin, Fratercula arctica; Eastern Egg Rock, Eastern Egg Island, Boothbay Harbor, Maine, USA; PuffinA24753NhGzNTSh.tif
© Ann & Rob Simpson
Atlantic puffin, Fratercula
arctica; Eastern...

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Atlantic puffin, Fratercula arctica; Eastern Egg Rock, Eastern Egg Island, Boothbay Harbor, Maine, USA; PuffinA24750NhGzS.tif
© Ann & Rob Simpson
Atlantic puffin, Fratercula
arctica; Eastern...

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Atlantic puffin, Fratercula arctica; Eastern Egg Rock, Eastern Egg Island, Boothbay Harbor, Maine, USA; PuffinA24749NhGTSe.tif
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Atlantic puffin, Fratercula
arctica; Eastern...


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Ipswich Sparrow, Passerculus sandwichensis princeps is a uncommon and local subspecies of Savannah Sparrow, Passerculus sandwichensis, breeds only on Cape Sable Island Nova Scotia and winters on the mid-Atlantic sand dunes including Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, Virginia, bird, avian; sparrow; Chincoteague, Delmarva Peninsula, Eastern Shore, Chincoteague Island, Chincoteague Is.,  Virginia. SparrowI22479cTnhs.jpg
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Ipswich Sparrow, Passerculus
sandwichensis princeps...

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Bride Underwing,Catocala neogama,  moth, Lepidoptera; underwing moths, startle coloration, cryptic coloration; Nineveh, Virginia, USA; UnderwingB30722cz1.jpg
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Bride Underwing,Catocala
neogama, moth,
Lepidoptera;...

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Indian Run Overlook, Shenandoah National Park, Winter, wintertime; cold, freezing, snow, snowy, ice, icy, frozen waterfalls on Skyline Drive; north section district, Appalachian Mountains, Blue Ridge Mountains, Virginia; USA; SNP37636.CR3
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Indian Run Overlook,
Shenandoah National...

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bicycle, cycle, Skyline Drive Winter, wintertime; Shenandoah National Park, Virginia, Appalachian Mountains, Blue Ridge Mountains, USA, SNP35900NSL3bAR.jpg
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bicycle, cycle, Skyline Drive
Winter,...


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Millipede, Class Diplopoda, formerly Chilognatha; Mount Mitchell, ; elevation 6684 feet, tallest eastern peak; Blue Ridge Parkway, Blue Ridge Mountains {Appalachian, Appalachians, Appalachian Mountains, Appalachia}; Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina; Millipede380064.jpg
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Millipede, Class Diplopoda,
formerly Chilognatha;...

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White-breasted Nuthatch, Sitta carolinensis; suet feeder;  hopping headfirst down the trunks of trees, gather nuts and seeds, jam them into tree bark, hammer or "hatch" the food open with their bills, territorial, largest of the three species of nuthatch, form monogamous pairs that remain together year-round}Nineveh, Virginia, USA; NuthatchWB36170.CR3
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White-breasted Nuthatch, Sitta
carolinensis; suet...

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Mountain Laurel, Kalmia latifolia {mountain-laurel, drought tolerant, native to southeastern US, state flower of Connecticut}, Skyland, Shenandoah National Park, Appalachian Mountains, Blue Ridge Mountains, Skyland has restaurant, rooms and many hiking trails, United States of America, USA; Virginia; LaurelM35644LFNS.jpg
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Mountain Laurel, Kalmia
latifolia {mountain-laurel,...

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Ruffed Grouse, Bonasa umbellus, cryptic coloration, nests can be parasitized by Ring-necked Pheasants, nests can be parasitized by  Wild Turkeys, populations go through 8 to 11 year cycles, cycles can be attributed to the snowshoe hare cycle; Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina; GrouseR33421cDAs.tif
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Ruffed Grouse, Bonasa
umbellus, cryptic...


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Ruffed Grouse, Bonasa umbellus, cryptic coloration, nests can be parasitized by Ring-necked Pheasants, nests can be parasitized by  Wild Turkeys, populations go through 8 to 11 year cycles, cycles can be attributed to the snowshoe hare cycle; Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina; GrouseR33411zdsAT2.tif
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Ruffed Grouse, Bonasa
umbellus, cryptic...

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Ruffed Grouse, Bonasa umbellus, cryptic coloration, nests can be parasitized by Ring-necked Pheasants, nests can be parasitized by  Wild Turkeys, populations go through 8 to 11 year cycles, cycles can be attributed to the snowshoe hare cycle; Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina; GrouseR33393zD-denoiseS-sharpen.tif
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Ruffed Grouse, Bonasa
umbellus, cryptic...

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Northern Cardinal, Cardinalis cardinalis; male, NOCA, common cardinals, cardinal grosbeaks, red-birds, Virginia nightingales, cardinal-birds, cardinal red-birds, Virginia redbirds, crested redbirds, top-knot redbirds, brilliantly colored, state bird, winter fixture, sexually dimorphic, territorial males, crested, songbird, year-round resident; Nineveh, Virginia, USA; CardinalN36139NSELNselApS.tif
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Northern Cardinal, Cardinalis
cardinalis; male,...

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Northern Cardinal, Cardinalis cardinalis; male, NOCA, common cardinals, cardinal grosbeaks, red-birds, Virginia nightingales, cardinal-birds, cardinal red-birds, Virginia redbirds, crested redbirds, top-knot redbirds, brilliantly colored, state bird, winter fixture, sexually dimorphic, territorial males, crested, songbird, year-round resident; Nineveh, Virginia, USA; CardinalN36129.CR3
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Northern Cardinal, Cardinalis
cardinalis; male,...


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canvasback, Aythya valisineria; male; bird, avian; waterfowl; duck;  diving duck, bay duck; Cambridge; Oakley Street, Maryland, MD, Canvasback29824czhsA1.tif
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canvasback, Aythya
valisineria; male; bird,...

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Eastern Bluebird, Sialia sialis, male eating common pokeweed, Phytolacca americana, pokeberry, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia, Appalachian Mountains, Blue Ridge Mountains, USA BluebirdE37816zs.tif
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Eastern Bluebird, Sialia
sialis, male...

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Deer Tick, Black-legged Tick, Ixodes scapularis, Tick, Ticks have four life stages: egg, six-legged larva, eight-legged nymph and adult. After the egg hatches, the tiny larva (sometimes called a "seed tick") feeds on an appropriate host. The larva then develops (molts) into the larger nymph. The nymph feeds on a host and then molts into an even larger adult. Both male and female adults find and feed on a host, then the females lay eggs sometime after feeding.  Shenandoah National Park, Virginia, USA; TickD37628nzhs.tif
© Ann & Rob Simpson
Deer Tick, Black-legged Tick,
Ixodes...

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Deer Tick, Black-legged Tick, Ixodes scapularis, Tick, Ticks have four life stages: egg, six-legged larva, eight-legged nymph and adult. After the egg hatches, the tiny larva (sometimes called a "seed tick") feeds on an appropriate host. The larva then develops (molts) into the larger nymph. The nymph feeds on a host and then molts into an even larger adult. Both male and female adults find and feed on a host, then the females lay eggs sometime after feeding.  Shenandoah National Park, Virginia, USA; TickD31456zhsg.tif
© Ann & Rob Simpson
Deer Tick, Black-legged Tick,
Ixodes...


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Deer Tick, Black-legged Tick, Ixodes scapularis, Tick, Ticks have four life stages: egg, six-legged larva, eight-legged nymph and adult. After the egg hatches, the tiny larva (sometimes called a "seed tick") feeds on an appropriate host. The larva then develops (molts) into the larger nymph. The nymph feeds on a host and then molts into an even larger adult. Both male and female adults find and feed on a host, then the females lay eggs sometime after feeding.  Shenandoah National Park, Virginia, USA; TickD31678znhsg.tif
© Ann & Rob Simpson
Deer Tick, Black-legged Tick,
Ixodes...

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Ruffed Grouse, Bonasa umbellus, cryptic coloration, nests can be parasitized by Ring-necked Pheasants, nests can be parasitized by  Wild Turkeys, populations go through 8 to 11 year cycles, cycles can be attributed to the snowshoe hare cycle; Great Smoky Mountains National Park, North Carolina, GrouseR29528cnzvseessb.tif
© Ann & Rob Simpson
Ruffed Grouse, Bonasa
umbellus, cryptic...

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American robin, Turdus migratorius, Robin eating wild grapes;  AMRO, quintessential early bird, early bird catches the worm, largest North American thrushes, authoritarian, industrious, often one of the first birds heard in the spring, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia, Appalachian Mountains, Blue Ridge Mountains, USA Robin32977zshe.tif
© Ann & Rob Simpson
American robin, Turdus
migratorius, Robin...

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Ruffed Grouse, Bonasa umbellus, cryptic coloration, nests can be parasitized by Ring-necked Pheasants, nests can be parasitized by  Wild Turkeys, populations go through 8 to 11 year cycles, cycles can be attributed to the snowshoe hare cycle; Great Smoky Mountains National Park, North Carolina, GrouseR29507nszh.tif
© Ann & Rob Simpson
Ruffed Grouse, Bonasa
umbellus, cryptic...


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Whitetail Deer, Odocoileus virginianus at salt block with minerals; bird feeder, bird feeding; Nineveh, Virginia, USA; DeerWT38170PLsz1.jpg
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Whitetail Deer, Odocoileus
virginianus at...

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Whitetail Deer, Odocoileus virginianus at salt block with minerals; bird feeder, bird feeding; Nineveh, Virginia, USA; DeerWT38136PLs.jpg
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Whitetail Deer, Odocoileus
virginianus at...

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Spotted Lanternfly, Lycorma delicatula, a recent alien pest invader, is indigenous to parts of northern China, Taiwan, and Vietnam, and has spread invasively to Japan, South Korea, and the United States. Although it has two pairs of wings, it jumps more than it flies. Its host plants include grapes, stone fruits, and Malus species, although its preferred host is Ailanthus altissima (Chinese sumac or tree of heaven).[1] In its native habitat it is kept in check by natural predators or pathogens. It was accidentally introduced in South Korea in 2006 and has since been considered a pest. In September 2014, it was first recorded in the United States,[2] and as of 2020 it is an invasive species in the Delaware Valley, eastern Pennsylvania, southwestern New Jersey, northern Delaware, eastern Maryland, and northern Virginia.[3Wiki]; Winchester, Virginia, USA, SNP34663czNIKdefaults.jpg
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Spotted Lanternfly, Lycorma
delicatula, a...

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iAnt Mimic Stilt-legged Fly, Taeniaptera trivittata; insect, head, eye and mouth parts like an fly; front legs mimic ant antenna; body shape like ant; back legs like grasshopper or ant; black and white body colors look like aposematic, warning coloration, warning color of bee; tip of abdomen like a fly; mimic, mimicry; Nineveh, Virginia, USA; Mimic36583cs95.tif
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iAnt Mimic Stilt-legged Fly,
Taeniaptera...


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iAnt Mimic Stilt-legged Fly, Taeniaptera trivittata; insect, head, eye and mouth parts like an fly; front legs mimic ant antenna; body shape like ant; back legs like grasshopper or ant; black and white body colors look like aposematic, warning coloration, warning color of bee; tip of abdomen like a fly; mimic, mimicry; Nineveh, Virginia, USA; Mimic36511cs.tif
© Ann & Rob Simpson
iAnt Mimic Stilt-legged Fly,
Taeniaptera...

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American Black Bear, Ursus americanus, Audycoptic mange, or Bear Mange, caused by the Ursicoptes americanus mite, is a bear-specific mange. This disease is similar to sarcoptic mange, but only affects bears. Bacon Hollow Overlook, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia;  USA;  Appalachian Mountains, Blue Ridge Mountains, wildlife; BearB31707.CR2
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American Black Bear, Ursus
americanus,...

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American Black Bear, Ursus americanus, Audycoptic mange, or Bear Mange, caused by the Ursicoptes americanus mite, is a bear-specific mange. This disease is similar to sarcoptic mange, but only affects bears. Bacon Hollow Overlook, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia;  USA;  Appalachian Mountains, Blue Ridge Mountains, wildlife; BearB31683.CR2
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American Black Bear, Ursus
americanus,...

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Red-ruffed Fruitcrow, Pyroderus scutatus, Uncommon to rare, and generally local.  Otun Quimbaya National Park, Colombia, South America; FriutcrowRR34145zhsb.tif
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Red-ruffed Fruitcrow,
Pyroderus scutatus,
Uncommon...


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Eyed Click Beetle, Alaus oculatus, Eyed Elator, insect, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia, USA; BeetleEC34429zsz.tif
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Eyed Click Beetle, Alaus
oculatus,...

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Eyed Click Beetle, Alaus oculatus, Eyed Elator, insect, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia, USA; BeetleEC34374.CR3
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Eyed Click Beetle, Alaus
oculatus,...

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White-capped Tanager, Sericossypha albocristata is rare and local in Andean cloud forests Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, and Ecuador. White-capped Tanager is the largest of the tanagers. Finca Cortaderal, near Santa Rosa, Colombia, South America; TanagerWC38095zhsev.tif
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White-capped Tanager,
Sericossypha albocristata
is...

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White-capped Tanager, Sericossypha albocristata is rare and local in Andean cloud forests Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, and Ecuador. White-capped Tanager is the largest of the tanagers. Finca Cortaderal, near Santa Rosa, Colombia, South America; TanagerWC37907zhseLsb.tif
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White-capped Tanager,
Sericossypha albocristata
is...


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Golden-fronted Whitestart, Myioborus ornatus, or, less accurately, the golden-fronted redstart, Warbler or Parulidae family. A near Columbian endemic It is found in forest, woodland and scrub in the Andes of Colombia and far western Venezuela; Los Nevados National Park, Nevado del Ruiz, paramo, central Andes, high altitude paramo, Termales del Ruiz, Columbia, South America; WhitestartGf61002Pzhe.tif
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Golden-fronted Whitestart,
Myioborus ornatus, or,...

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Black-billed Mountain Toucan, Andigena nigrirostris, a Colombian near endemic; Rio Blanco Natural Reserve is one of the most famous places in Colombia to view birds; consist mainly of montane wet forest or cloud forest; Colombia, South America;ToucanBBM37966zvcs.tif
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Black-billed Mountain Toucan,
Andigena nigrirostris,...

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Black-billed Mountain Toucan, Andigena nigrirostris, a Colombian near endemic; Rio Blanco Natural Reserve is one of the most famous places in Colombia to view birds; consist mainly of montane wet forest or cloud forest; Colombia, South America;ToucanBBM37951nvcse1.tif
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Black-billed Mountain Toucan,
Andigena nigrirostris,...

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Black-billed Mountain Toucan, Andigena nigrirostris, a Colombian near endemic; Rio Blanco Natural Reserve is one of the most famous places in Colombia to view birds; consist mainly of montane wet forest or cloud forest; Colombia, South America;ToucanBBM37951nhscze.tif
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Black-billed Mountain Toucan,
Andigena nigrirostris,...


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Golden-breasted Puffleg, Eriocnemis mosquera, Columbian near endemic, Hotel Termales del Ruiz, Originally built in 1937, and recently remodeled; 3,500 m.a.s.l; Los Nevados National Park, Nevado del Ruiz, paramo, central Andes, high altitude paramo, Termales del Ruiz, Columbia, South America; PufflegGb71298.CR2
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Golden-breasted Puffleg,
Eriocnemis mosquera,
Columbian...

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Golden-breasted Puffleg, Eriocnemis mosquera, Columbian near endemic, Hotel Termales del Ruiz, Originally built in 1937, and recently remodeled; 3,500 m.a.s.l; Los Nevados National Park, Nevado del Ruiz, paramo, central Andes, high altitude paramo, Termales del Ruiz, Columbia, South America; PufflegGb71298.CR2
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Golden-breasted Puffleg,
Eriocnemis mosquera,
Columbian...

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Golden-breasted Puffleg, Eriocnemis mosquera, Columbian near endemic, Hotel Termales del Ruiz, Originally built in 1937, and recently remodeled; 3,500 m.a.s.l; Los Nevados National Park, Nevado del Ruiz, paramo, central Andes, high altitude paramo, Termales del Ruiz, Columbia, South America; PufflegGb32119sCz.tif
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Golden-breasted Puffleg,
Eriocnemis mosquera,
Columbian...

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Coppery-bellied Puffleg, Eriocnemis cupreoventris, scarce, uncommon, local eastern Andes, hummingbird,near endemic to Columbia, La Calera Hummigbird Garden, La Calera; Eastern Andes (2600 â" 3600 m / 8530 â" 11810 Ft. Columbia, South America; PufflegCb37257.CR2
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Coppery-bellied Puffleg,
Eriocnemis cupreoventris,
scarce,...


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Coppery-bellied Puffleg, Eriocnemis cupreoventris, scarce, uncommon, local eastern Andes, hummingbird,near endemic to Columbia, La Calera Hummigbird Garden, La Calera; Eastern Andes (2600 - 3600 m / 8530 - 11810 Ft. Columbia, South America; PufflegCb37251seeC1v2.tif
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Coppery-bellied Puffleg,
Eriocnemis cupreoventris,
scarce,...

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Sword-billed Hummingbird, Ensifera ensifera, an 8 inch long bill, the only bird with a bill longer than it's body, feeds on long tubular flowers like Datyra, Burgmansia, La Calera Hummigbird Garden, La Calera; Eastern Andes (2600 - 3600 m / 8530 - 11810 Ft. Columbia, South America; HummingbirdS37092.CR2
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Sword-billed Hummingbird,
Ensifera ensifera, an...

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Sword-billed Hummingbird, Ensifera ensifera, an 8 inch long bill, the only bird with a bill longer than it's body, feeds on long tubular flowers like Datyra, Burgmansia, La Calera Hummigbird Garden, La Calera; Eastern Andes (2600 â" 3600 m / 8530 â" 11810 Ft. Columbia, South America; HummingbirdS35422nddcseebb.tif
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Sword-billed Hummingbird,
Ensifera ensifera, an...

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Indigo-capped hummingbird, Amazilia cyanifrons, endemic Columbia; endemic Andes of Columbia; Enchanted Garden, has 40 or more feeders and up to 16 species of hummingbirds with up to 300 individuals can be present at any moment; Twenty-seven hummingbird species have been recorded at this site; town of San Francisco; Bogata; Columbia, South America; HummingbirdIc32886nvsc2.tif
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Indigo-capped hummingbird,
Amazilia cyanifrons,
endemic...


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Indigo-capped hummingbird, Amazilia cyanifrons, endemic Columbia; endemic Andes of Columbia; Enchanted Garden, has 40 or more feeders and up to 16 species of hummingbirds with up to 300 individuals can be present at any moment; Twenty-seven hummingbird species have been recorded at this site; town of San Francisco; Bogata; Columbia, South America; HummingbirdIc32675zsvs.tif
© Ann & Rob Simpson
Indigo-capped hummingbird,
Amazilia cyanifrons,
endemic...

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buffy helmetcrest, Oxypogon stuebelii is a species of rare, threatened hummingbird, very local endemic, found only the high altitude paramo of the Central Andes of Colombia. Listed as Vulnerable by the IUCN Red List. Los Nevados National Park, Nevado del Ruiz, paramao, central Andes, Termales del Ruiz, Columbia, South America; HelmetCrestB50496.CR2
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buffy helmetcrest, Oxypogon
stuebelii is...

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buffy helmetcrest, Oxypogon stuebelii is a species of rare, threatened hummingbird, very local endemic, found only the high altitude paramo of the Central Andes of Colombia. Listed as Vulnerable by the IUCN Red List. Los Nevados National Park, Nevado del Ruiz, paramao, central Andes, Termales del Ruiz, Columbia, South America; HelmetcrestB31104zhsvC.tif
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buffy helmetcrest, Oxypogon
stuebelii is...

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Cauca Guan, Penelope perspicax, endemic Colombia, thought to be extinct until a small population was found at Otun NP; rare, endangered, very local in Cauca Valle, Otun Quimbaya National Park, Colombia, South America; GuanC35713scev.tif
© Ann & Rob Simpson
Cauca Guan, Penelope
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Cauca Guan, Penelope perspicax, endemic Colombia, thought to be extinct until a small population was found at Otun NP; rare, endangered, very local in Cauca Valle, Otun Quimbaya National Park, Colombia, South America; GuanC33852sc.tif
© Ann & Rob Simpson
Cauca Guan, Penelope
perspicax, endemic...

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Cauca Guan, Penelope perspicax, endemic Colombia, thought to be extinct until a small population was found at Otun NP; eating Cecropia fruit a favorite food item; rare, endangered, very local in Cauca Valle, Otun Quimbaya National Park, Colombia, South America; GuanC33805sc.tif
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Cauca Guan, Penelope
perspicax, endemic...

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Cauca Guan, Penelope perspicax, endemic Colombia, thought to be extinct until a small population was found at Otun NP; rare, endangered, very local in Cauca Valle, Otun Quimbaya National Park, Colombia, South America; GuanC33763sc2.tif
© Ann & Rob Simpson
Cauca Guan, Penelope
perspicax, endemic...

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Cauca Guan, Penelope perspicax, endemic Colombia, thought to be extinct until a small population was found at Otun NP; rare, endangered, very local in Cauca Valle, Otun Quimbaya National Park, Colombia, South America; GuanC33767sc.tif
© Ann & Rob Simpson
Cauca Guan, Penelope
perspicax, endemic...


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