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N 249 B 8.6K C 38 E May 20, 2018 F Dec 4, 2020
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Stocky, brown heron found in marshes and bogs; secretive but occasionally found in the open. Most similar to juvenile night-herons. Note striped neck, plain unspotted wings, and behavior: American Bittern does not typically perch on branches. Varied diet includes fish, frogs, insects, and small mammals. Most active around dawn and dusk flying low over extensive marshes. Listen for its incredible vocalization: a resonant, booming noise produced by air sacs on the neck, "oonk-GA-loonk."

Tags:   American Bittern

N 536 B 18.8K C 26 E Oct 10, 2016 F Sep 25, 2017
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Taken in Iceland
This is a composite image; horse added to the pano of the rainbow scene

Tags:   #IAmIceland #PortfoliosInAWeek 2016 Iceland

N 185 B 5.9K C 16 E Oct 14, 2017 F Nov 7, 2017
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Taken in Ecuador guided by Neotropic Photo Tours

N 492 B 19.7K C 24 E Oct 8, 2013 F Jul 29, 2017
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Taken in Algonquin Park

N 344 B 10.2K C 31 E Sep 5, 2018 F Feb 29, 2020
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The Chestnut-eared Aracari is a medium-sized toucan of the Amazon Basin of South America, especially the southern and western parts of the basin. It can be very common in its range and has the widest distribution of any of the aracaris. Chestnut-eared Aracari is primarily frugivorous but also feeds on invertebrates. It is an attractively patterned species with a large yellow and black bill, a pale eye surrounded by blue facial skin, dark upperparts, and a yellow belly divided by a red band.

This one was photographed in Brazil guided by Neotropic Photo Tours.

Tags:   Brazil Neotropic Photo Tours The Pantanal


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