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The white-eared catbird (Ailuroedus buccoides) is a medium-sized passerine found in the tropical and sub-tropical dry forests of Papua (Indonesia), Papua New Guinea and some nearby islands. The to 25 cm long bird is on top green colored, and the chest and abdomen are pale yellow-brown with black spots. The cheeks are white and the cap is black or dark brown. Adult catbirds subsist primarily on fruit, but will take the nestlings of other species on rare occasions; chicks are mostly fed…

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Nouvelle espèce nicheuse en France (sporadique). Oiseau nicheur d'Europe de l'Est. A première vue, l'ibis falcinelle peut sembler noir, mais si on y regarde de plus près on s'aperçoit en réalité qu'il est d'une couleur rouille avec de magnifiques reflets métalliques verts. Son bec est long, arqué vers le bas et assez mince. Ses longues pattes noirâtres sont parfaitement adaptées à la marche en milieu aquatique. Le plumage internuptial est plus terne.

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Fly with me through my fabric design journey creating designs for the latest Audubon Collection of decorative pillow covers. John James Audubon (born Jean-Jacques Rabin; April 26, 1785 – January 27, 1851) was an American ornithologist, naturalist, and painter. His combined interests in art and ornithology turned into a plan to make a complete pictorial record of all the bird species of North America. He was notable for his extensive studies documenting all types of American birds and for his…

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Buttonbush is great shrub for naturalizing in wet areas. The glossy green leaves and fragrant, round flower clusters during mid-summer attract butterflies. Native to the Midwest and eastern United States, buttonbush attracts more than 24 species of birds, as well as numerous species of butterflies.

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