www.oregonzoo.org/ Wiki It is found in the Tanimbar Islands and Babar, all in Indonesia. It was also introduced to the Kai Islands, but may be extinct there again. It inhabits mangrove, coconut groves, plantations and forests. Lories have unique "brush" tipped tongues, evolved for their diet of flower nectar and fruit. A highly active, gregarious bird known to travel in flocks and to sleep in their nests year round. Very social and affectionate, lorie have been kept as pets with growing…
61 BEAUTIFUL AND INTERESTING BIRDS IN NATURE - Page 42 of 61 - Sciliy
The bird’s long feathers maintain the body’s constant temperature; the forelimbs are winged, the hind limbs are walking, most of them can fly, the range of activities is wide, and some wings are degraded, but not flying, and the active area is relatively small. There are many types and numbers of birds, and they are found all over the world. Some birds live and reproduce in their reproductive areas throughout the year, do not migrate due to seasonal changes, and some birds migrate on time…
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Some Of The Most Spectacular Hummingbirds You Will Ever See
There are about 338 different species of hummingbirds - an amazing family of birds found only in the New World. Their ability to hover for extended periods of time and even fly backwards makes them unique in the bird world.
Fiery-throated Hummingbird (Panterpe insignis)
Parasio del Quetzal, Cerro de la Muerte, Costa Rica This must be the origin of the expression CMF = "Cosmic Mind Fucker"!! (Pardon the F-word)
How about one more image before 2015 slips away entirely? This one is a beautiful Crowned Woodnymph from The Lodge at Pico Bonito in Honduras! This male would work between several favorite perches, and I liked the setting of this one the best.
Green ThornTail.. A new species for our Workshop/Tour.! Found this little guy hiding in the shadows and cover. Shot at point blank range. As quick as i could acquire focus, I fired, and was rewarded with a few captures! I can sit;; hear the high fives from rob, and Lori.. there Smiles said it All!! Canon..EF100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM Canon EOS 7D Mark II1/60 sec; f/5.6; ISO 1000 Click on image to enlarge. Hope all had a Blessed and Happy Easter!!