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Tourmaline Sunangel, Heliangelus exortis; hummingbird; Rio Blanco Natural Reserve is...

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Caption: Tourmaline Sunangel, Heliangelus exortis; hummingbird; 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; Range Colombia and Ecuador; Colombia, South America; SunangelT56999Pnzvvs.tif
Location: Rio Blanco Natural Reserve
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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Ann & Rob Simpson
1932 E Refuge Church Rd.
Stephens City VA 22655-9607

540 869-2051

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Osprey, Pandion haliaetus, Grand Teton National Park, WY Wyoming, Grand Tetons, Oxbow Bend {Snake River}, animals; wildlife {undomesticated animals}; birds {avain, aves, bird}; birds of prey {bird of prey, raptors}; fish hawk, OSPR, sea eagle, sea hawk
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Abert's squirrel, Sciurus aberti, Tassel-eared squirrel, black morph, habitat, Ponderosa Pine Forest, Pinus ponderosa, Moraine Park, Rocky Mountain National Park,  Colorado, USA; endemic to the Rocky Mountains, The Abert's squirrel is closely associated with, and nearly confined to, cool, dry interior ponderosa pine forests. The Abert's squirrel typically builds its nest in the branches of the ponderosa pine in groups of twigs infected with dwarf mistletoe. They are strictly diurnal. The Abert's squirrel does not store its food like other North American squirrels. Fleshy fungi consumed include members of the following genera: Agaricus, Amanita, Boletus, Hypholoma, Lepiota, Lycopedon, Russula, Tuber. Mushrooms poisonous to humans are consumed by Abert's squirrels without difficulty, including destroying angels (A. muscaria and A. vaginata) and a species of Russula. AbertsSquirrel1B61526_ARS.CR2
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