They looked out of place eating in the fields. When inland during breeding season, the Magellanic oystercatcher feeds largely on earthworms and insect larvae, probing soft ground and mud with its sharp beak. Patagonia Argentina 2012
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Yes there are red ones in South America. The Long-tailed Meadowlark is a common and widespread inhabitant of open country in lowlands and middle elevations of the cone region of southern South America in Argentina and Chile, as well as the Falkland Islands. Patagonia Argentina 2012.
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