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Iguane vert dans son arbre (réserve de faune sauvage de Crooked Tree, Belize)

Iguane vert dans son arbre (réserve de faune sauvage de Crooked Tree, Belize)

Jabiru Stork; Tallest flying bird found in Central  South America. 47–55" long, 7.5–9.2' wingspan. Large males may stand 5 ft. Beak is black and broad, measures 9.8–14". Plumage mostly white, head  black  featherless with a stretchable red pouch at the base. Sexes similar but male is larger. Lives in large groups near rivers and ponds. They nested in Crooked Tree, Belize where I lived.

A jabiru stork carrying nesting material back to its nest. The Pantanal, Brazil

Saatchi Online Artist: Igor Lukic; Graphite, Drawing Autoportret with brain

Draw silhouette of person, rather than drawing spine inside, draw a tree and let the branches stem off

Gralha azul, ave que faz o replantio da Araucária, pois enterra pinhões para comer depois e lá esquece. | Brasil

Gralha azul, ave que faz o replantio da Araucária, pois enterra pinhões para comer depois e lá esquece. | Brasil

Chaco paraguayo

Chaco paraguayo

Foto tuiuiú (Jabiru mycteria) por Marcia N. G. Costa

Foto tuiuiú (Jabiru mycteria) por Marcia N.

Theristicus caudatus, Curicaca. Essa ave é comum em áreas semiabertas, capoeiras, beiras de matas secas, caatingas, cerrados, plantações, cambarazal e campos (Foto: Rudimar Narciso Cipriani)

Curicaca

Theristicus caudatus, Curicaca. Essa ave é comum em áreas semiabertas, capoeiras, beiras de matas secas, caatingas, cerrados, plantações, cambarazal e campos (Foto: Rudimar Narciso Cipriani)

https://www.facebook.com/THI%C3%8AN-NHI%C3%8AN-K%E1%BB%B2-TH%C3%9A-171150349611448/timeline/ Chim Toucan nhỏ Araçari vòng cổ (đỏ); Họ Ramphastidae; Trung và Nam Mỹ | Collared araçari (Pteroglossus torquatus) IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 3.1 : Least Concern (LC)(Loài ít quan tâm)

https://www.facebook.com/THI%C3%8AN-NHI%C3%8AN-K%E1%BB%B2-TH%C3%9A-171150349611448/timeline/ Chim Toucan nhỏ Araçari vòng cổ (đỏ); Họ Ramphastidae; Trung và Nam Mỹ | Collared araçari (Pteroglossus torquatus) IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 3.1 : Least Concern (LC)(Loài ít quan tâm)

Long-tailed weasel (Mustela frenata) One of the largest members of the genus Mustela in North America, 11-22" in length plus tail of 3-6". In most populations, females are 10–15% smaller. A fearless and aggressive hunter which may attack animals far larger than itself but prefers rodents. Primary prey consists of mice, rats, squirrels, chipmunks, shrews, moles and rabbits. Occasionally, small birds, bird eggs, reptiles, amphibians, fish, earthworms and some insects.

Long-tailed weasel (Mustela frenata) One of the largest members of the genus Mustela in North America, 11-22" in length plus tail of 3-6". In most populations, females are 10–15% smaller. A fearless and aggressive hunter which may attack animals far larger than itself but prefers rodents. Primary prey consists of mice, rats, squirrels, chipmunks, shrews, moles and rabbits. Occasionally, small birds, bird eggs, reptiles, amphibians, fish, earthworms and some insects.

Whistling Heron (Maria-face, Syrigma sibilatrix) by Vanildo Cesar Muzi..actually prefers land to water

The Whistling Heron (Syrigma sibilatrix) is a medium-sized, often terrestrial heron of South America.

White-Bellied Woodstar Hummingbird Male and Female Feeding on Flower,

Feng Shui Painting White-Bellied Woodstar Hummingbird Male and Female

Global Gallery Nature Photographs White-bellied Woodstar Hummingbird Male and Female Feeding on Flower, Costa Rica Photographic Print on Wrapped Ca.

Wood Stork - Mycteria americana - This large American wading bird is of the family Ciconiidae - This bird belongs to the stork family, but its head closely resembles that of the ibis - Its wingspan is 58-71" (140-180 cm), a height of 33-45" (83-115 cm) with females weighing 4.4-6.2 lb (2.0- 2.8 kg) and males 5.5-7.3 lb (2.5-3.3 kg)

Wood Stork - Mycteria americana - This large American wading bird is of the family Ciconiidae - This bird belongs to the stork family, but its head closely resembles that of the ibis - Its wingspan is 58-71" (140-180 cm), a height of 33-45" (83-115 cm) with females weighing 4.4-6.2 lb (2.0- 2.8 kg) and males 5.5-7.3 lb (2.5-3.3 kg)

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