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Indigo-capped hummingbird, Amazilia cyanifrons, endemic Colombia; endemic Andes of Colombia;...

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Caption: Indigo-capped hummingbird, Amazilia cyanifrons, endemic Colombia; endemic Andes of Colombia; 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; Colombia, South America; HummingbirdIC90585pv.tif
Location: Enchanted Garden
Copyright: © Ann & Rob Simpson
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Photo Alignment: 35mm (vertical)
Comments: Ann & Rob Simpson - Simpson's Nature Photography, 1932 E Refuge Church Rd., Stephens City, VA 22655 Ph & Fax 540 869 2051 - -

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1932 E Refuge Church Rd.
Stephens City VA 22655-9607

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Magellanic woodpecker, Campephilus magellanicus, is a very large woodpecker found along the Andes of Chile and southwestern Argentina; it is resident within its range. They are the largest South American woodpeckers and one of the largest woodpeckers in the world. Magellanic woodpeckers inhabit mature Nothofagus and Nothofagus-Austrocedrus forests, where they feed mainly on wood-boring grubs and adult beetles (Coleoptera and Lepidoptera) as well as spiders. Occasionally, other foods may supplement the diet, including sap and fruits as well as small reptiles, bats and the eggs and nestlings of passerines. Almairantazgo Bay, Chile, Patagonia, South America, WoodpeckerM0282Lnxgcs.jpg
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