Bonnie and Clyde by Abraham Hunter
Bonnie and Clyde by Abraham Hunter Early this spring, my brother and his wife stumbled upon two baby orphaned raccoons. I quickly volunteered to assume the role of daddy (and mother) so as to take good care of them. They were barely two weeks old and kept me up every two hours to feed them from a bottle and cuddle them. My sister gave them their names; these masked bandits deserved, Bonnie and Clyde. ~ Abraham Hunter wall art, raccoons, home decor, painting, wildlife, wildlife painting
Wildlife Extra - Petside
Twenty three new species found in newly protected Amazon region. 02/04/2007 00:00:00 SEPTEMBER 2006. The Amapa State of Brazil has created the Amapa State Forest, a 5.7 million acre protected region of the Amazon, including some of the most pristine remaining Amazon forest. The Amapa forest is one of the most diverse areas in the world, including tropical forests, mangrove swamps, savannah, and wetlands. Recent scientific expeditions to the region, led by Conservation International (CI) and the
The Collared Aracari makes its home year-round in the tropical rainforests of southern Mexico and throughout Central America. The most distinctive physical chararcteristic of the Aracari is its amazing beak. Their beaks, about 4 inces long, are almost a quarter of the bird's entire body.