Ann & Rob Simpson
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Black Duck Marsh, greater snow goose, Chen caerulescens atlanticus, Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, Virginia, Chincoteague, Delmarva Peninsula, Eastern Shore, Chincoteague Island, Chincoteague Is., USA, sunrise, daybreak, sun up, sunrises, morning, dawn, dramatic color, animals; wildlife; birds; waterfowl; geese, goose; Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, Virginia, Chincoteague, Delmarva Peninsula, Eastern Shore, Chincoteague Island, Chincoteague Is., USA, sunrise {daybreak, sun up, sunrises}, morning, dawn, dramatic color; GooseG232545zsn.tif
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Black Duck Marsh, greater
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white-necked jacobin, Florisuga mellivora;  feeding nectaring on Expanded Lobsterclaw, Heliconia latispatha, hummingbird, Trochilidae; Rancho Naturalista, mid elevation montane Caribbean Rainforest, 3000 feet elevation,Heliconia latispatha, Expanded Lobsterclaw [2] is a plant species native to southern Mexico (Tabasco, Oaxaca, Chiapas, Campeche), Central America and northern South America (Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador and Peru) and naturalized in Florida and Jamaica. Costa Rica, Central America, CR3A4970czs.tif
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white-necked jacobin,
Florisuga mellivora;
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violet-tailed sylph, Aglaiocercus coelestis is a species of hummingbird. It is found in Colombia and Ecuador. This Sylph lives in areas from 300-2,100 metres (980-6,890 ft) in elevation, though typically above 900 metres (3,000 ft) on the west slope of the Andes. Cloud Forest, Humid Montane Forest, Andes Mountains, west slope Andes Mountains, Ecuador, South America; SylphVt45341cxzs.tif
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violet-tailed sylph,
Aglaiocercus coelestis is...

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violet-tailed sylph, Aglaiocercus coelestis is a species of hummingbird. It is found in Colombia and Ecuador. This Sylph lives in areas from 300-2,100 metres (980-6,890 ft) in elevation, though typically above 900 metres (3,000 ft) on the west slope of the Andes. Cloud Forest, Humid Montane Forest, Andes Mountains, west slope Andes Mountains, Ecuador, South America; SylphVt45329czxs.tif
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violet-tailed sylph,
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peregrine falcon, Falco peregrinus, immature, juvenile, hatching year, HY, chasing pigeon; rock pigeon, Columba liviapowerful; fast flying, Duck Hawk, Great-footed Hawk, Wandering Falcon, wanderer, migratory, high speed, high speeds, cap, high speed dives, moustache; Cape May, New Jersey, NJ, Peregrine15119os1.tif
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peregrine falcon, Falco
peregrinus, immature,...

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green thorntail, hummingbird, Discosura conversii, an uncommon hummingbird that occurs from the Caribbean slope's of Costa Rica and Panama south through Columbia to western Ecuador. Catarata Del Toro, Costa Rica, Central America, ThorntailG69863czs1x1.tif
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green thorntail, hummingbird,
Discosura conversii,...

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streak-chested antpitta or spectacled antpitta, Hylopezus perspicillatus, is a species in the Grallariidae family. It is found in Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical mature moist lowland forests. Altos de Maria, a high altitude development several thousand feet above El Valle, is an excellent birding area with a water impoundment and nature trails. Panama, Central America, AntpittaSc9081czhs.tif
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tody motmot, Hylomanes momotula is an uncommon species of bird in the Momotidae family. It is monotypic within the genus Hylomanes.[2] It is found in Belize, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, and Panama. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical moist montane forests. The motmots or Momotidae are a family of birds in the near passerine order Coraciiformes, which also includes the kingfishers, bee-eaters and rollers. All extant motmots are restricted to woodland or forest in the Neotropics, and the largest diversity is in Middle America. They have a colourful plumage and a relatively heavy bill. All except the tody motmot have relatively long tails that in some species have a distinctive racket-like tip. Panama, Central America, MotmotT41860xs15es16.tif
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tody motmot, Hylomanes
momotula is...


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killdeer, Charadrius vociferus; nest, camouflage, cryptic coloration; uses broken wing display to lure predators away; egg, plover, shorebird that can be seen without going to the beach, their name comes from the sound of their call, Blue Ridge Parkway, Virginia,  VA, Killdeer015216L.tif
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killdeer, Charadrius
vociferus; nest,
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turquoise-browed motmot, Eumomota superciliosa, is a colourful, medium-sized bird of the motmot family, Momotidae. It inhabits Central America from south-east Mexico (mostly the Yucatán Peninsula), to Costa Rica, The wag-display is performed in a context unrelated to mating: both sexes perform the wag-display in the presence of a predator, and the display is thought to confer naturally selected benefits by communicating to the predator that it has been seen and that pursuit will not result in capture. This form of interspecific communication is referred to as a pursuit-deterrent signal.  Mexico, Central America; Yucatán Peninsula, MotmotTb12558c.TIF
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turquoise-browed motmot,
Eumomota superciliosa, is...

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gorgeted sunangel, Heliangelus strophianus is a species of hummingbird. It is found in Ecuador and far southwestern Colombia in cloudforest humid montane forest, Cloud Forest, Humid Montane Forest, Andes Mountains, west slope Andes Mountains, Ecuador, South America; SunangelG45297cxz1se.tif
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gorgeted sunangel, Heliangelus
strophianus is...

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White-vented storm-petrel, Oceanites gracilis, Elliot's storm-petrel, Despite being numerous on one of the most studied island groups in the world, only around a dozen nests of the white-vented storm-petrel have ever been discovered (2). It was described in 1859 as the most slender of storm petrels and accordingly given the specific name gracilis. It is predominately brown to dark grey in colour, tending to be darker on its upperparts and paler on its throat and chest. The square-ended tail is black, except for a white bar that merges with a white-tipped rump to form a conspicuous white crescent. Given that until 2003 only one white-vented storm-petrel nest had ever been found, it is not surprising that very little is known about the biology of this bird. Whereas the first nest discovered in 1979 comprised scraps of vegetation underneath low plants (3), the roughly 11 nests found most recently were located in rocky crevices (2). It is believed, on the basis of examinations of dead birds from the Galápagos, that eggs are laid during the Austral winter from April to August. In common with the feeding behaviour of several other species of storm petrel, the white-vented storm petrel flutters over the sea surface, appearing to "walk-on-water", in search of plankton and scraps of fish killed by larger predators. This unusual technique is thought to be the origin of the name petrel, derived from the biblical account of St Peter walking on water. Occurs along the cold water Humboldt Current off the west coast of South America (3). The only nests ever found are located on Isla Chungungo, Chile, but the white vented storm petrel is thought to also breed on small rocky islets from Chile north to the Galápagos. It is suspected that there must be a breeding population of several thousand O. g. galapagoensis on the Galápagos, Isla Isalbella, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador, South America; Isabel Island; PetrelWVS8717czxse.tif
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White-vented storm-petrel,
Oceanites gracilis,
Elliot's...


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greater snow goose, Chen caerulescens atlanticus, Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, Virginia, Chincoteague, Delmarva Peninsula, Eastern Shore, Chincoteague Island, Chincoteague Is., USA, sunrise, daybreak, sun up, sunrises, morning, dawn, dramatic color, animals; wildlife; birds; waterfowl; geese, goose; GeeseS002635.CR2
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greater snow goose, Chen
caerulescens...

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greater snow goose, Chen caerulescens atlanticus; Marsh and wetlands habitat of Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, Virginia, Chincoteague, Delmarva Peninsula, Eastern Shore, Chincoteague Island, Chincoteague Is., USA, animals; wildlife {undomesticated animals}; birds {avain, aves, bird}; waterfowl; geese {goose};  {Greater Snow Goose, GSGO}
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greater snow goose, Chen caerulescens atlanticus, Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, Virginia, flying, in flight, bird, avian; waterfowl; geese, goose;  Chincoteague, Delmarva Peninsula, Eastern Shore, Chincoteague Island, Chincoteague Is., GooseS2B8592zsns.tif
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greater snow goose, Chen caerulescens atlanticus; Wildlife Drive, Marsh and wetlands habitat of Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, Virginia, Chincoteague, Delmarva Peninsula, Eastern Shore, Chincoteague Island, Chincoteague Is., USA, GooseS13825z1s.tif
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greater snow goose, Chen
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greater snow goose, Chen caerulescens atlanticus, Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, Virginia, Chincoteague, Delmarva Peninsula, Eastern Shore, Chincoteague Island, Chincoteague Is., USA, sunrise, daybreak, sun up, sunrises, morning, dawn, dramatic color, animals; wildlife; birds; waterfowl; geese, goose; GooseS81748zs.tif
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waterfowl hunting, Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, Virginia, Chincoteague, Delmarva Peninsula, Eastern Shore, Chincoteague Island, Chincoteague Is., USA, sports & recreation; recreation; outdoor recreation; hunting, animals; wildlife, birds; waterfowl; duck, goose, geese, duck hunting, goose hunting, field, corn field, blind, goose pit, WaterfowlHunting1378zfxsyp.tif
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waterfowl hunting,
Chincoteague National
Wildlife...

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Cooper's hawk, Accipiter cooperii,  immature, hatching year, young, HY,  juvenile; prey on songbirds, agile flyers, catch birds with its feet and kills it by repeated squeezing, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia, Appalachian Mountains, Blue Ridge Mountains, USA HawkC24184czxsddnbex.tif
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Cooper's hawk, Accipiter
cooperii, immature,...

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small ground finch, Geospiza fuliginosa is a species of bird in the tanager family Thraupidae. Endemic to the Galápagos Islands, it is common and widespread in shrubland, woodland, and other habitats on most islands in the archipelago. It commonly feeds on small seeds and parasites from the skins of Galápagos tortoises, and Galápagos land and marine iguanas. The small ground finch is one of Darwin's finches, a group of closely related birds which evolved on the Galápagos Islands. The group is related to the Tiaris grassquits, which are found in South America and the Caribbean.[2] When Charles Darwin first collected the species in 1835, he thought it was a finch. John Gould, who officially described Darwin's specimens, agreed, placing it in the genus Fringilla with the Old World finches. By 1841, Gould had changed his mind, moving this and five other species into the new genus Geospiza -- still a genus of finches, but distinct from those of the Old World. DNA research has now shown that all Darwin's "finches" are actually tanagers. James Bay, Puerto Egas, Santiago Island, James Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador, South America; FinchSG3973zxs.tif
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small ground finch, Geospiza
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small ground finch, Geospiza fuliginosa is a species of bird in the tanager family Thraupidae. Endemic to the Galápagos Islands, it is common and widespread in shrubland, woodland, and other habitats on most islands in the archipelago. It commonly feeds on small seeds and parasites from the skins of Galápagos tortoises, and Galápagos land and marine iguanas. The small ground finch is one of Darwin's finches, a group of closely related birds which evolved on the Galápagos Islands. The group is related to the Tiaris grassquits, which are found in South America and the Caribbean.[2] When Charles Darwin first collected the species in 1835, he thought it was a finch. John Gould, who officially described Darwin's specimens, agreed, placing it in the genus Fringilla with the Old World finches. By 1841, Gould had changed his mind, moving this and five other species into the new genus Geospiza -- still a genus of finches, but distinct from those of the Old World. DNA research has now shown that all Darwin's "finches" are actually tanagers. James Bay, Puerto Egas, Santiago Island, James Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador, South America; FinchSG3233czxvs.tif
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small ground finch, Geospiza
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large ground finch, Geospiza magnirostris is a species of bird endemic Galapagos Islands. One of Darwin's finches, it is now placed in the family Thraupidae and was formerly in the Emberizidae. It is endemic to the Galapagos Islands, and is found in the arid zone of most of the archipelago, though it is absent from the southeastern islands (Floreana, Española, San Cristóbal and Santa Fé). It is the largest species of Darwin's finch both in total size and size of beak. It has a large, short beak for cracking nuts to get food. James Bay, Puerto Egas, Santiago Island, James Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador, South America; FinchLG3318cz1xs.tif
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large ground finch, Geospiza
magnirostris...

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large ground finch, Geospiza magnirostris is a species of bird endemic Galapagos Islands. One of Darwin's finches, it is now placed in the family Thraupidae and was formerly in the Emberizidae. It is endemic to the Galapagos Islands, and is found in the arid zone of most of the archipelago, though it is absent from the southeastern islands (Floreana, Española, San Cristóbal and Santa Fé). It is the largest species of Darwin's finch both in total size and size of beak. It has a large, short beak for cracking nuts to get food. James Bay, Puerto Egas, Santiago Island, James Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador, South America; FinchLG3288c.TIF
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large ground finch, Geospiza
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medium ground finch, Geospiza fortis is a species of bird in the family Thraupidae. It is endemic to the Galapagos Islands. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests and subtropical or tropical dry shrubland. One of Darwin's finches, the species was the first which scientists have observed evolving in real-time. In 1977, a severe drought reduced the supply of seeds in the Galapagos. The finch, which normally preferred small and soft seeds, was forced to turn to harder larger seeds. Subsequently, there has been a 10% change in the size of beak for these finches in a couple of generations. The population of medium ground finches has been experiencing inbreeding depression due to small population numbers. Inbreeding depression occurs when there is a decrease in fitness due to individuals mating with genetic relatives. Typically, this leads to a loss of genetic diversity and a reduction in heterozygosity. James Bay, Puerto Egas, Santiago Island, James Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador, South America; FinchMG3977czs1.tif
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medium ground finch, Geospiza
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medium ground finch, Geospiza fortis is a species of bird in the family Thraupidae. It is endemic to the Galapagos Islands. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests and subtropical or tropical dry shrubland. One of Darwin's finches, the species was the first which scientists have observed evolving in real-time. In 1977, a severe drought reduced the supply of seeds in the Galapagos. The finch, which normally preferred small and soft seeds, was forced to turn to harder larger seeds. Subsequently, there has been a 10% change in the size of beak for these finches in a couple of generations. The population of medium ground finches has been experiencing inbreeding depression due to small population numbers. Inbreeding depression occurs when there is a decrease in fitness due to individuals mating with genetic relatives. Typically, this leads to a loss of genetic diversity and a reduction in heterozygosity. James Bay, Puerto Egas, Santiago Island, James Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador, South America; FinchMG3995czvs.tif
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medium ground finch, Geospiza
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peregrine falcon, Falco peregrinus, Adult AHY; powerful, fast flying, Duck Hawk, Great-footed Hawk, Wandering Falcon, wanderer, migratory, high speed, high speeds, cap, high speed dives, moustache; Cape May, New Jersey, NJ, Peregrine15028zx1s.tif
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peregrine falcon, Falco
peregrinus, Adult...

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peregrine falcon, Falco peregrinus, powerful, fast flying, Duck Hawk, Great-footed Hawk, Wandering Falcon, wanderer, migratory, high speed, high speeds, cap, high speed dives, moustache; Cape May, New Jersey, NJ, Peregrine15116.CR2
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peregrine falcon, Falco
peregrinus, powerful,...

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peregrine falcon, Falco peregrinus, Adult AHY; powerful, fast flying, Duck Hawk, Great-footed Hawk, Wandering Falcon, wanderer, migratory, high speed, high speeds, cap, high speed dives, moustache; Cape May, New Jersey, NJ, Peregrine15028z.tif
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peregrine falcon, Falco
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peregrine falcon, Falco peregrinus, immature, juvenile, hatching year, HY, powerful, fast flying, Duck Hawk, Great-footed Hawk, Wandering Falcon, wanderer, migratory, high speed, high speeds, cap, high speed dives, moustache; Cape May, New Jersey, NJ, Peregrine45502czxzsep1.tif
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peregrine falcon, Falco
peregrinus, immature,...

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mute swan, Cygnus olor , bird, avian; waterfowl; swans, swan; MUSW, native to Europe, introduced in North America, reported to mate for life, Cape May Bird Observatory was founded in 1975 in Cape May, New Jersey, United States and is sponsored by the New Jersey Audubon Society. The purpose of the Cape May Bird Observatory is to conduct research, encourage conservation, and organize educational and recreational birding activities. Cape May, New Jersey, NJ, SwanM14809.CR2
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green thorntail, hummingbird, Discosura conversii, an uncommon hummingbird that occurs from the Caribbean slope's of Costa Rica and Panama south through Columbia to western Ecuador. Catarata Del Toro, Costa Rica, Central America, ThorntailG2022c1zse.tif
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green thorntail, hummingbird,
Discosura conversii,...

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streak-chested antpitta or spectacled antpitta, Hylopezus perspicillatus, is a species in the Grallariidae family. It is found in Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical mature moist lowland forests. Altos de Maria, a high altitude development several thousand feet above El Valle, is an excellent birding area with a water impoundment and nature trails. Panama, Central America, AntpittaSc9081czvs.tif
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streak-chested antpitta or
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Fiery-throated Hummingbird, Panterpe insignis; endemic to Costa Rica and western Panama; Paraiso Quetzal Lodge, San Gerardo de Doto, , Talamanca Mountains, cloud forest, Cerro de La Muerte, Costa Rica, Central America, HummingbirdFt43348czs1.tif
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Fiery-throated Hummingbird,
Panterpe insignis; endemic...

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white-necked jacobin, Florisuga mellivora;  feeding nectaring on Expanded Lobsterclaw, Heliconia latispatha, hummingbird, Trochilidae; Rancho Naturalista, mid elevation montane Caribbean Rainforest, 3000 feet elevation,Heliconia latispatha, Expanded Lobsterclaw [2] is a plant species native to southern Mexico (Tabasco, Oaxaca, Chiapas, Campeche), Central America and northern South America (Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador and Peru) and naturalized in Florida and Jamaica. Costa Rica, Central America, JacobinWn4942zh1s.tif
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white-necked jacobin,
Florisuga mellivora;
feeding...

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killdeer, Charadrius vociferus; nest, camouflage, cryptic coloration, egg, plover, shorebird that can be seen without going to the beach, their name comes from the sound of their call, Blue Ridge Parkway, Virginia,  VA, Killdeer015476.CR2
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killdeer, Charadrius
vociferus; nest,
camouflage,...

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rufous-breasted hermit, hairy hermit, Glaucis hirsutus, at nest; spider web silk is used to bind nest material together and to fasten nest to Palm leaf. breeds from Panama south to Bolivia, and on Trinidad, Tobago and Grenada. Ceiba Tops Lodge, Amazon River, The Amazon, Rio Amazonas, in South America is the largest river by discharge volume of water in the world and according to most authorities, the second longest in length - Wikipedia; For Cuphea melvilla, Psychotria bahiensis and P. platypoda  the hairy hermit seems to be a pollinator of crucial importance, indicating that - though less often than the characteristic bill shape suggests - strong mutualisms between this bird and some of its foodplants do indeed exist.[3] Amazon River rainforest, Peru, South America, HermitRb7202c1zxse.tif
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rufous-breasted hermit, hairy
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rufous-breasted hermit, hairy hermit, Glaucis hirsutus, at nest; breeds from Panama south to Bolivia, and on Trinidad, Tobago and Grenada. Ceiba Tops Lodge, Amazon River, The Amazon, Rio Amazonas, in South America is the largest river by discharge volume of water in the world and according to most authorities, the second longest in length - Wikipedia; For Cuphea melvilla, Psychotria bahiensis and P. platypoda  the hairy hermit seems to be a pollinator of crucial importance, indicating that - though less often than the characteristic bill shape suggests - strong mutualisms between this bird and some of its foodplants do indeed exist.[3] Amazon River rainforest, Peru, South America, HermitRb7189czsm.tif
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rufous-breasted hermit, hairy
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rufous-breasted hermit, hairy hermit, Glaucis hirsutus, at nest; spider web silk is used to bind nest material together and to fasten nest to Palm leaf. breeds from Panama south to Bolivia, and on Trinidad, Tobago and Grenada. Ceiba Tops Lodge, Amazon River, The Amazon, Rio Amazonas, in South America is the largest river by discharge volume of water in the world and according to most authorities, the second longest in length - Wikipedia; For Cuphea melvilla, Psychotria bahiensis and P. platypoda  the hairy hermit seems to be a pollinator of crucial importance, indicating that - though less often than the characteristic bill shape suggests - strong mutualisms between this bird and some of its foodplants do indeed exist.[3] Amazon River rainforest, Peru, South America, HermitRb7189czsm.tif
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rufous-breasted hermit, hairy
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scarlet macaw, Ara macao, Ceiba Tops Lodge area Monkey Island, Amazon River, The Amazon, Rio Amazonas, in South America is the largest river by discharge volume of water in the world and according to most authorities, the second longest in length - Wikipedia; Amazon River rainforest, Peru, South America, MacawS48494.CR2
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scarlet macaw, Ara macao,
Ceiba...

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scarlet macaw, Ara macao, Ceiba Tops Lodge area Monkey Island, Amazon River, The Amazon, Rio Amazonas, in South America is the largest river by discharge volume of water in the world and according to most authorities, the second longest in length - Wikipedia; Amazon River rainforest, Peru, South America, MacawS48585.CR2
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scarlet macaw, Ara macao,
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scarlet macaw, Ara macao, Ceiba Tops Lodge area Monkey Island, Amazon River, The Amazon, Rio Amazonas, in South America is the largest river by discharge volume of water in the world and according to most authorities, the second longest in length - Wikipedia; Amazon River rainforest, Peru, South America, MacawS48715.CR2
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scarlet macaw, Ara macao,
Ceiba...

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scarlet macaw, Ara macao, Ceiba Tops Lodge area Monkey Island, Amazon River, The Amazon, Rio Amazonas, in South America is the largest river by discharge volume of water in the world and according to most authorities, the second longest in length - Wikipedia; Amazon River rainforest, Peru, South America, MacawS48727.CR2
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scarlet macaw, Ara macao,
Ceiba...

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scarlet macaw, Ara macao, Ceiba Tops Lodge area Monkey Island, Amazon River, The Amazon, Rio Amazonas, in South America is the largest river by discharge volume of water in the world and according to most authorities, the second longest in length - Wikipedia; Amazon River rainforest, Peru, South America, MacawS48720.CR2
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scarlet macaw, Ara macao,
Ceiba...

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scarlet macaw, Ara macao, Ceiba Tops Lodge area Monkey Island, Amazon River, The Amazon, Rio Amazonas, in South America is the largest river by discharge volume of water in the world and according to most authorities, the second longest in length - Wikipedia; Amazon River rainforest, Peru, South America, MacawS48735.CR2
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scarlet macaw, Ara macao,
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sword-billed hummingbird, Ensifera ensifera, up to an 8 inch long bill is the only bird with a bill longer than its body; This adaptation is to feed on flowers with long corollas such as Passionflower, Passiflora mixta, Datura and Angel's Trumpets, Brugmansia sanguinea . Most Brugmansia are fragrant in the evenings to attract pollinating moths. One species lacking scent, the red-flowered Brugmansia sanguinea, is pollinated by sword-billed hummingbirds The tongue is therefore also unusually long. Since the sword-billed hummingbird's beak is very long, it preens itself with its feet. From base of the bill to the tail tip, this species averages 14 cm (5 1/2 in) in length, not counting the over 10 + cm (4 in) bill. This hummingbird  is one of the largest species of hummingbirds. Passiflora mixta, family Passifloraceae, is known as curuba, curuba de indio, curuba de monte, curubita, palta (Colombia), parcha (Venezuela), tacso (Ecuador) Guango Lodge, temperate forest, Ecuador, South America; Swordbill49799czse1x.tif
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sword-billed hummingbird,
Ensifera ensifera, up...

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yellow-billed tern, Sternula superciliaris and one lower right large-billed tern, Phaetusa simplex, found in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay, and Venezuela. Its natural habitats are rivers, swamps, and freshwater lakes; Amazon River, The Amazon, Rio Amazonas, in South America is the largest river by discharge volume of water in the world and according to most authorities, the second longest in length - Wikipedia; Amazon River rainforest, Peru, South America, TernYb7323.jpg
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yellow-billed tern, Sternula
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yellow-headed caracara, Milvago chimachima, is a bird of prey , family Falconidae, bird of savanna, swamps and forest edges; Ceiba Tops Lodge, Amazon River, The Amazon, Rio Amazonas, in South America is the largest river by discharge volume of water in the world and according to most authorities, the second longest in length - Wikipedia; Amazon River rainforest, Peru, South America, CaracaraYh48249cvzsn.tif
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yellow-headed caracara,
Milvago chimachima, is...

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yellow-headed caracara, Milvago chimachima, is a bird of prey , family Falconidae, bird of savanna, swamps and forest edges; Ceiba Tops Lodge, Amazon River, The Amazon, Rio Amazonas, in South America is the largest river by discharge volume of water in the world and according to most authorities, the second longest in length - Wikipedia; Amazon River rainforest, Peru, South America, CaracaraYh48312cnzvg.tif
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Milvago chimachima, is...


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ringed kingfisher, Ceryle torquata, largest kingfisher in the Western HemisphereCeiba Tops Lodge, Amazon River, The Amazon, Rio Amazonas, in South America is the largest river by discharge volume of water in the world and according to most authorities, the second longest in length - Wikipedia; Amazon River rainforest, Peru, South America, KingfisherR48461c.TIF
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ringed kingfisher, Ceryle
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ringed kingfisher, Ceryle torquata, largest kingfisher in the Western HemisphereCeiba Tops Lodge, Amazon River, The Amazon, Rio Amazonas, in South America is the largest river by discharge volume of water in the world and according to most authorities, the second longest in length - Wikipedia; Amazon River rainforest, Peru, South America, KingfisherR48472c.TIF
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ringed kingfisher, Ceryle
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Grey-winged Trumpeter, Psophia crepitans, rare, threatened species restricted to north side of Amazon in Peru. Sometimes kept in Amazon Indian villages because it eats snakes. Rarely flies but is very good at runn uing through the rainforest to escape predators. ExplorNapo Lodge on the Napo River in the Amazon River basin, South America; Peru; Iquitos, Iquitos City, capital of the Peruvian Amazon, in South America is the largest river by discharge volume of water in the world and according to most authorities, the second longest in length - Wikipedia; Amazon River rainforest, Peru, South America, TrumpeterGw47868.CR2
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Grey-winged Trumpeter, Psophia
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Grey-winged Trumpeter, Psophia crepitans, rare, threatened species restricted to north side of Amazon in Peru. Sometimes kept in Amazon Indian villages because it eats snakes. Rarely flies but is very good at runn uing through the rainforest to escape predators. ExplorNapo Lodge on the Napo River in the Amazon River basin, South America; Peru; Iquitos, Iquitos City, capital of the Peruvian Amazon, in South America is the largest river by discharge volume of water in the world and according to most authorities, the second longest in length - Wikipedia; Amazon River rainforest, Peru, South America, TrumpeterGw47578.CR2
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Grey-winged Trumpeter, Psophia
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Grey-winged Trumpeter, Psophia crepitans, rare, threatened species restricted to north side of Amazon in Peru. Sometimes kept in Amazon Indian villages because it eats snakes. Rarely flies but is very good at runn uing through the rainforest to escape predators. ExplorNapo Lodge on the Napo River in the Amazon River basin, South America; Peru; Iquitos, Iquitos City, capital of the Peruvian Amazon, in South America is the largest river by discharge volume of water in the world and according to most authorities, the second longest in length - Wikipedia; Amazon River rainforest, Peru, South America, TrumpeterGw47830.CR2
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Grey-winged Trumpeter, Psophia
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lesser yellow-headed vulture, Cathartes burrovianus, lesser yellow headed vulture, Savanna Yellow-headed Vulture, Savanna Vulture, Yellow-headed Vulture, Savannah Vulture, Cathartes urubitinga, Cathartes urubutinga, Amazon wetlands near Ceiba Tops Lodge, Amazon River, The Amazon, Rio Amazonas, in South America is the largest river by discharge volume of water in the world and according to most authorities, the second longest in length - Wikipedia; Amazon River rainforest, Peru, South America, VultureLYH49979EN.jpg
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lesser yellow-headed vulture,
Cathartes burrovianus,...

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glittering-throated emerald, Amazilia fimbriata, sometimes placed in the genus Polyerata, is a hummingbird in the Trochilidae family. It is found in the Amazon Basin of Peru, Venezuela, the Guianas and Brazil. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, subtropical or tropical dry shrubland, and heavily degraded former forest. It is uncommon in Peru. Ceiba Tops Lodge, Amazon River, The Amazon, Rio Amazonas, in South America is the largest river by discharge volume of water in the world and according to most authorities, the second longest in length - Wikipedia; Amazon River rainforest, Peru, South America, HummingbirdGtE9397czhs.tif
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glittering-throated emerald,
Amazilia fimbriata,
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white-eared jacamar, Galbalcyrhynchus leucotis, family Galbulidae; found in the Amazon Basin of western Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador and northern Peru in subtropical and tropical swamps forest and edge of rivers; Ceiba Tops Lodge, Amazon River, The Amazon, Rio Amazonas, in South America is the largest river by discharge volume of water in the world and according to most authorities, the second longest in length - Wikipedia; Amazon River rainforest, Peru, South America, JacamarWe166cnzsd.tif
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white-eared jacamar,
Galbalcyrhynchus leucotis,
family...


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