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Birdquest Birding Tours

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            Lanceolated Monklet. A much wanted species, and another perhaps not thought of as a Bolivian regular. If you like birding in extensive pristine habitats and not scraggy remnants clinging to vertiginous slopes and, if you like to look for birds rather than sit and wait at a feeder for Maria to turn up. Then Bolivia is for you! (Image by Eustace Barnes).⁠
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Lanceolated Monklet. A much wanted species, and another perhaps not thought of as a Bolivian regular. If you like birding in extensive pristine habitats and not scraggy remnants clinging to vertiginous slopes and, if you like to look for birds rather than sit and wait at a feeder for Maria to turn up. Then Bolivia is for you! (Image by Eustace Barnes).⁠ ⁠ https://www.birdquest-tours.com/south-america/bolivia/⁠ ⁠ #lanceolatedmonklet #monklet #micromonachalanceolata #micromonacha #bucconidae #puffbird #puffbirds #bolivia #bolivia🇧🇴 #birdsofbolivia #birdingbolivia #birdquest #birdquest_tours #birding #birdphotography #birdphotographer #birdwatching #Bird #birds #birder #nature #naturephotography #naturephotographer #wildlife #wildlifephotographer #birdsofinstagram #bestbirdshots #bird_brilliance⁠ #nuts_about_birds #feather_perfection

National Geographic

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            Photo by Drew Rush @drewtrush | The tree swallow (Tachycineta bicolor) is found across the United States. This one was perched outside its nest in an aspen tree in Yellowstone National Park. With @natgeostudentexpeditions we got to spend some time exploring the park, looking for photographic moments, and learning about the rich history of the place. Follow along with photographer @drewtrush for more from across the West.

Photo by Drew Rush @drewtrush | The tree swallow (Tachycineta bicolor) is found across the United States. This one was perched outside its nest in an aspen tree in Yellowstone National Park. With @natgeostudentexpeditions we got to spend some time exploring the park, looking for photographic moments, and learning about the rich history of the place. Follow along with photographer @drewtrush for more from across the West. #birds #summer #swallows

National Geographic

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            Photo by Drew Rush @drewtrush | A raven surveys the scene in Arches National Park, Utah, a desert landscape of the American Southwest. Arguably one of the smartest birds, ravens can have a life span of six to 10 years in the wild. To learn more facts about wildlife, follow along with photographer @drewtrush.

Photo by Drew Rush @drewtrush | A raven surveys the scene in Arches National Park, Utah, a desert landscape of the American Southwest. Arguably one of the smartest birds, ravens can have a life span of six to 10 years in the wild. To learn more facts about wildlife, follow along with photographer @drewtrush. #birdstagram #birds #utah #nature

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Photos by Tim Laman @timlaman | I love photographing the incredible variety of spectacular birds in East Africa. Swipe to see a few shots from my recent photo safari in Tanzania’s parks: 1) lilac-breasted rollers; 2) lesser flamingos against storm clouds; 3) red-and-yellow barbets on a termite mound; and 4) a pearl-spotted owlet. Are Africa's “Big 5” overrated? See a lot more new wildlife images from my recent safari at @TimLaman. #africa #birds #tanzania

National Geographic

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            Photo by Jasper Doest @jasperdoest | Gannets conduct a distinctive courtship display. The two birds bow, point their heads skyward, and preen each other to strengthen their bond. They usually form lifelong pairs, and begin breeding at four or five years of age. Follow @jasperdoest for more images of the wonders of nature and the human-wildlife relationship.

Photo by Jasper Doest @jasperdoest | Gannets conduct a distinctive courtship display. The two birds bow, point their heads skyward, and preen each other to strengthen their bond. They usually form lifelong pairs, and begin breeding at four or five years of age. Follow @jasperdoest for more images of the wonders of nature and the human-wildlife relationship. #birds #courtship #Gannets #ireland

National Geographic

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            Photo by Jasper Doest @jasperdoest | On a cold morning in April, a white stork works on its nest in Słońsk, a small village in western Poland. About 25% of the world's white stork population nests within Poland, making the country the stork capital of the world. After the breeding season, most of the birds migrate to Africa, but nests are typically used year after year. The males arrive earlier in the season and choose one. Larger nests are associated with greater numbers of young successfully fledged, and appear to be sought after. But they often need a lot of maintenance, so after the males return from their winter migration, you can find them busy cleaning and doing a fair bit of reconstruction before the female arrives. Follow @jasperdoest for more images of the wonders of nature and the human-wildlife relationship.

Photo by Jasper Doest @jasperdoest | On a cold morning in April, a white stork works on its nest in Słońsk, a small village in western Poland. About 25% of the world's white stork population nests within Poland, making the country the stork capital of the world. After the breeding season, most of the birds migrate to Africa, but nests are typically used year after year. The males arrive earlier in the season and choose one. Larger nests are associated with greater numbers of young successfully fledged, and appear to be sought after. But they often need a lot of maintenance, so after the males return from their winter migration, you can find them busy cleaning and doing a fair bit of reconstruction before the female arrives. Follow @jasperdoest for more images of the wonders of nature and the human-wildlife relationship. #whitestork #spring #Bird #birds #wildlife

National Geographic

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            Photo by Ira Block @irablockphoto | A red-tailed hawk and her six- to seven-week-old fledgling nest on a fire escape on the Upper West Side of New York City.  The mother, very protective of her child, was not happy to see a photographer. But a small camera that fit through the narrow window opening did the job. A few moments later, the father appeared out of nowhere and flew into the window to scare me off. And he did! Follow me @irablockphoto for more images.

Photo by Ira Block @irablockphoto | A red-tailed hawk and her six- to seven-week-old fledgling nest on a fire escape on the Upper West Side of New York City. The mother, very protective of her child, was not happy to see a photographer. But a small camera that fit through the narrow window opening did the job. A few moments later, the father appeared out of nowhere and flew into the window to scare me off. And he did! Follow me @irablockphoto for more images. #redtailhawk #newyorkcity #upperwest #birds #birdsofnewyork

National Geographic

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            Photo by @timlaman | A Costa’s hummingbird spreads its tiny (but very effective) wings just before takeoff. I love capturing fleeting little moments in a hummingbird’s life. How do I capture these speedy little birds? Well, they are creatures of habit, so by following their movements I learn their favorite perches; I set up and get ready to shoot when they come back to the same spot.  It just requires a bit of patience… Photographed in the Coachella Valley at the Sunnylands Center and Gardens sanctuary in Rancho Mirage, California. I believe the beauty of birds can inspire people to care for nature. See more of my bird photography from around the world @TimLaman

Photo by @timlaman | A Costa’s hummingbird spreads its tiny (but very effective) wings just before takeoff. I love capturing fleeting little moments in a hummingbird’s life. How do I capture these speedy little birds? Well, they are creatures of habit, so by following their movements I learn their favorite perches; I set up and get ready to shoot when they come back to the same spot. It just requires a bit of patience… Photographed in the Coachella Valley at the Sunnylands Center and Gardens sanctuary in Rancho Mirage, California. I believe the beauty of birds can inspire people to care for nature. See more of my bird photography from around the world @TimLaman #TL_WildlifePhotoTips #hummingbird #birds #wildlifephotography #sunnylands #coachellavalley

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Video by @timlaman | Did you know that hummingbirds can’t walk at all? Their little legs and feet are used only for perching. But who needs to walk when you can fly and land this precisely? Check out these landing shots of female and male Costa's, and juvenile rufous hummingbirds. How did I know where they would land? It’s all about being a patient observer of nature. Birds are creatures of habit and often come back to the same perch. Follow me @TimLaman to see my other hummingbird photos and videos as I celebrate the beauty of these incredible little birds. #TL_WildlifePhotoTips #hummingbird #birds, #wildlifephotography #sunnylands

I Fucking Love Science

This video was taken by @stefanoianiromedia as the bird was being banded for research. The Royal Flycatcher can be found in parts of Central and South America. It is notable for the ornate crest atop its head. Male crests tend to be red, while the females’ have a yellow-orange tint to them. As their name suggests, Royal Flycatchers mostly eat insects. Males of the species display their crests and turn their heads from side to side when mating. These birds also display similar behavior while being held in someone’s hand. It has been suggested that this could be an example of Batesian mimicry, copying the type of animal that would be harmful for predators to eat, but this is only speculation. #science #birds #royaflycatcher #crestedbirds #royal #crown #feathers #birdwatching #research #wildlife #wildlifeprotection #ornithology #biology #mimicry

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Photos by @TimLaman | A preening white-faced ibis was photographed in the Coachella Valley, at the Sunnylands Center and Gardens sanctuary in Rancho Mirage, California. Check out the iridescent colors of this bird's plumage, which vary as it changes position. Compare the two images, taken seconds apart. See more of my bird photography from around the world @TimLaman. #ibis #birds, #wildlifephotography #sunnylands #coachellavalley

National Geographic

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            Photo by @timlaman | A female Costa’s hummingbird sips nectar from an aloe flower in the Coachella Valley's Sunnylands Center and Gardens. Hummingbirds have such an amazing ability to hold their heads precisely steady while their wings beat furiously; even at a shutter speed in which the wings are a beautiful backlit blur (1/240 sec), there are frames like this where the eye is totally sharp. See much more of my hummingbird photography and video @TimLaman, and my gallery exhibit at Sunnylands till June.

Photo by @timlaman | A female Costa’s hummingbird sips nectar from an aloe flower in the Coachella Valley's Sunnylands Center and Gardens. Hummingbirds have such an amazing ability to hold their heads precisely steady while their wings beat furiously; even at a shutter speed in which the wings are a beautiful backlit blur (1/240 sec), there are frames like this where the eye is totally sharp. See much more of my hummingbird photography and video @TimLaman, and my gallery exhibit at Sunnylands till June. #TL_WildlifePhotoTips #birds #wildlifephotography #sunnylands #coachellavalley

I Fucking Love Science

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            A snowy owl in flight.

The snowy owl (Bubo scandiacus) is native to the arctic regions of North America and Eurasia. Unlike most owls, the snowy owl is active during the daytime, hunting lemmings and other small rodents. They are opportunistic hunters and will take advantage of traps set by humans to feed on larger prey, they will even snatch the odd fish that happened to be swimming close to the surface of the water.

Image credit: @dr.hamadbouresli

A snowy owl in flight. The snowy owl (Bubo scandiacus) is native to the arctic regions of North America and Eurasia. Unlike most owls, the snowy owl is active during the daytime, hunting lemmings and other small rodents. They are opportunistic hunters and will take advantage of traps set by humans to feed on larger prey, they will even snatch the odd fish that happened to be swimming close to the surface of the water. Image credit: @dr.hamadbouresli #science #nature #wildlife #owls #snowyowl #birds #biology #wildlifephotography #flight #hunter #determination #feathers #birdwatching

Ikon Gallery

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            “The image was taken at L’Anse aux Meadows on the northern peninsula of Newfoundland, where, 1,000 years ago, the Norse people first landed. The Breton explorer Jacques Cartier also sailed around those waters 500 years ago. Many stories have passed through this cove and washed ashore, bringing things out of place and out of time. I have these bird houses with little canaries and goldfinches and they represent this sheltering or lodging of unwanted creatures, because these birds were exploited in North America for industrial progress. You can apply that to the colonisers’ attitude towards the Indigenous peoples. The cove is also sheltering this unknown world.” Meryl McMaster talking to Elizabeth Fullerton for Studio International. Read the full interview on their website.

“The image was taken at L’Anse aux Meadows on the northern peninsula of Newfoundland, where, 1,000 years ago, the Norse people first landed. The Breton explorer Jacques Cartier also sailed around those waters 500 years ago. Many stories have passed through this cove and washed ashore, bringing things out of place and out of time. I have these bird houses with little canaries and goldfinches and they represent this sheltering or lodging of unwanted creatures, because these birds were exploited in North America for industrial progress. You can apply that to the colonisers’ attitude towards the Indigenous peoples. The cove is also sheltering this unknown world.” Meryl McMaster talking to Elizabeth Fullerton for Studio International. Read the full interview on their website. #ikongallery #MerylMcMaster #photography #Canada #history #newfoundland #indigenous #landscape #norse #northamerica #contemporaryart #exhibition #nature #species #birds

Jesus Diaz Morales

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            A punto de rayar, bello ejemplar de rayador (Rynchops niger). Copio el ¿Sabias que...? De la @redobservadores: 
El nombre rayador guarda relación con la forma de alimentarse que tiene esta ave, ya que al volar a ras de la superficie buscando alimento deja una “raya” en el agua.

Tiene una particularidad en su ojo, pues es la única ave que tiene la pupila de forma vertical 🙀🙀🙀
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A punto de rayar, bello ejemplar de rayador (Rynchops niger). Copio el ¿Sabias que...? De la @redobservadores: El nombre rayador guarda relación con la forma de alimentarse que tiene esta ave, ya que al volar a ras de la superficie buscando alimento deja una “raya” en el agua. Tiene una particularidad en su ojo, pues es la única ave que tiene la pupila de forma vertical 🙀🙀🙀 . . . . . . #rayador #beach #birds #biodiversidad #aves #aveschile #avesdeChile #birds #wildlifechile #wildchile #birdcaptures #faunachilena #faunadechile #faunasilvestre #blogbird #nature #naturephotography #naturelovers #naturephoto #fografoschilenos #chile_natural #chile_shots #chile_bloggers #chileestuyo #chilegram #instachile #marcachile

Dr. Vegan🌱

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            Contrary to popular belief, chickens are intelligent, sentient, playful beings. People often find it as difficult to relate to birds as they do to fish, because they appear to differ from us in so many ways. As I result, they find birds like chickens difficult to show empathy for. But research shows that birds are a lot smarter and switched on we give them credit for. ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖
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Contrary to popular belief, chickens are intelligent, sentient, playful beings. People often find it as difficult to relate to birds as they do to fish, because they appear to differ from us in so many ways. As I result, they find birds like chickens difficult to show empathy for. But research shows that birds are a lot smarter and switched on we give them credit for. ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ Check my bio if you're interested in ⁣⁣a - 4 week vegan meal-plan📑📈 ⁣⁣ ⬇️ ⬇️ ⬇️⁣⁣ dr-vegan.com ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ #animalabuse  #factoryfarming  #plantbasedmealplan  #plantbased  #animalrights  #VeganForTheAnimals  #veganrecipes  #govegan  #veganpower  #whatveganseat  #crueltyfree  #fitvegan  #veganmealprep  #plantbasedfood  #crueltyfree  #veganfood  #veganrecipe  #plantbaseddiet  #veganfoodie  #birds #veganfitness  #onlyvegan #veganfamily  #veganknowledge  #animalrescue  #animalovers  #plantbasedvegan #plantbasednews  #chicken animalrescuer

I Fucking Love Science

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            There is certainly no shortage of bizarre courting rituals in nature, and the greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) is no exception. To begin with, the males artfully fan their tails and strut around the females. When they have the attention of the hens, they inflate their throat sacks and smack them together. The sound of the sacs smacking together is rather unexpected, best described as a “boing” or “plopping” sound.

Image credit: @untamedimagesbyjl

There is certainly no shortage of bizarre courting rituals in nature, and the greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) is no exception. To begin with, the males artfully fan their tails and strut around the females. When they have the attention of the hens, they inflate their throat sacks and smack them together. The sound of the sacs smacking together is rather unexpected, best described as a “boing” or “plopping” sound. Image credit: @untamedimagesbyjl #science #wildlife #fall #grouse #birds #birdwatching #wildlifephotography #thanksgiving #greatersagegrouse #ornithology #animals #matingrituals #funny

thephotosociety

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            Photo by @anniegriffithsphotography. King penguins swim in the sea on South Georgia Island. With a population of 1.6 million breeding pairs, king penguins are doing well. In fact, they are increasing in numbers. Yet warming seas are reducing food sources close to their colonies and climate change represents a significant threat to their long term well-being.

I recently accompanied @natgeo scientists and researchers on expedition in Antarctica. I am pleased to be able to share these hopeful stories in a time when difficulties seem to surround us. Things can get better when we work together. For more stories of hope and resilience in the natural world, follow @anniegriffithsphotography

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Photo by @anniegriffithsphotography. King penguins swim in the sea on South Georgia Island. With a population of 1.6 million breeding pairs, king penguins are doing well. In fact, they are increasing in numbers. Yet warming seas are reducing food sources close to their colonies and climate change represents a significant threat to their long term well-being. I recently accompanied @natgeo scientists and researchers on expedition in Antarctica. I am pleased to be able to share these hopeful stories in a time when difficulties seem to surround us. Things can get better when we work together. For more stories of hope and resilience in the natural world, follow @anniegriffithsphotography @rippleeffectimages @thephotosociety @natgeoexpeditions @lumix #lumixambassador #anniegriffiths #therippleeffect #rippleeffect #rippleefectimages #conservation #frozen #birds #Penguins #KingPenguins #seabirds #prettybirds #antarctica #wonders #adventure #explore

Joy Safari Bay

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