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N 2 B 14 C 1 E Mar 22, 2024 F Apr 19, 2024
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Nombre común: Sinsonte común
Nombre científico: Mimus gilvus
Nombre en inglés: TROPICAL MOCKINGBIRD
Nombre en alemán: Tropenspottdrossel
Nombre en francés: Moqueur des savanes
Lugar de la foto: 1046 msnm, Finca Siboney, Santagueda, Palestina, Caldas, Colombia.

Ave cantora
Singing bird

Tags:   Mimus gilvus TROPICAL MOCKINGBIRD 1046 msnm Finca Siboney Santagueda Palestina Caldas Colombia. 1A AAA BIRD- BIRDPHOTOGRAPHY NATUR NATURAL NATURALEZA NATURE naturephotography OUTSIDE CANON EOS R7 RF100-500mm F4.5-7.1 L IS USM EJE CAFETERO

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Small passerine endemic to New Zealand. Shows extensive brown streaking above with paler coloration underneath. Distinctive long tail has a frayed look. Both sexes and juveniles alike. Patchily distributed across North, South, Stewart, and Snares Islands in wetland habitat, often where vegetation is thick. Can occur in shrubland and tussock grassland. Cryptic bird, heard more often than seen. Gives a sharp “tchip” call and a metallic “u-tick,” often in duet as a pair. Note drooping tail during low flight. Distinguishable from Dunnock by larger size, longer tail, and lighter underparts. (eBird)
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We stopped at every wetland, looking and listening for this bird. At several spots,we were assured that there were several in residence and were easily seen, but no, they weren't there for us. A few calls in one spot, and then finally, magically, this one popped up to give us the once over, just as we were heading down the trail for an evening kiwi hunt.

Pakihi Walk, Okarito, New Zealand. March 2024.
Roadrunner Birding Tours.

Tags:   Roadrunner Birding Tours West Coast New Zealand Canon EOS R6 Canon RF 100-400mm F5.6-8 IS US Least Concern Endemic At Risk Locustellidae Adult Canon RF 100-400mm F5.6-8 IS USM

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A small charcoal-colored songbird endemic to New Zealand. Confined to central North Island and a few offshore predator-free islands. Favors mature native and exotic forest stands. Male is almost all black with a white spot above the bill. Female and juvenile grayer, with lighter patches on breast and throat. Can be incredibly confiding and curious about humans. It is possible to bring individuals out into the open by disturbing leaf litter and then sitting quietly. Actively flushes out prey with foot trembling and by flicking its wings and tail. Male song is a loud and simple phrase of notes including “pwee-pwee-pwee.” (eBird)
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This little robin was not quite so prepared to come out and meet the humans as they were rumoured to be. She stayed just off the trail in the gloomy part of the forest and surveyed us carefully. We tried disturbing the leaf litter, which worked somewhat, but given the overall density of the forest, she was never going to be in good light. Still, an enchanting moment with this little bird.

Pueora Forest Park, New Zealand. February 2024.
Roadrunner Birding Tours.

Tags:   Canon EOS R6 Canon RF 100-400mm F5.6-8 IS US New Zealand Manawatu-Wanganui Roadrunner Birding Tours Petroicidae Adult Least Concern Endemic Canon RF 100-400mm F5.6-8 IS USM

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(Pycnonotus nigricans)
Erongo Wilderness Lodge
Namibia

Tags:   African Red-eyed Bulbul Tuta-de-olho-vermelho Pycnonotus nigricans

N 27 B 100 C 2 E Apr 1, 2020 F Apr 19, 2024
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BLUEJAY

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