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N 4 B 41 C 6 E Sep 13, 2019 F Feb 16, 2020
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Just wanted to give everyone a head-up on what is happening. No need to comment but did want to let everyone know that I will be gone for a while. I am having some computer issues and it’s time to disconnect the foul behaving beast and take it to the doctor. Hope that can rid it of its demons. Georgia and I are both fine, but now it’s the computers turn to go to the doctor. My internet connection was down as well. I’ll not be available for comments as this is the only computer that I have. Wishing everyone a great week ahead.
Yellow-crowned Night Heron captured on Horsepen Bayou.


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Blackburnian Warbler
(Setophaga fusca, formerly Dendroica fusca)

Taken in La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

The Blackburnian Warbler is a small New World warbler. They breed in eastern North America, from southern Canada, westwards to the southern Canadian Prairies, the Great Lakes region and New England, to North Carolina.

Blackburnian Warblers are migratory, wintering in southern Central America and in South America. These birds were named after Anna Blackburne, an English botanist.

Source: Wikipedia

Tags:   Blackburnian warbler warbler Parulidae Reinita gorjinaranja Dendroica fusca reinita de fuego reinita pechinaranja reinita de Blackburn cigüita del frío on migration Setophaga fusca Birds of South America Birds of Colombia Aves de Colombia Aves de Antioquia La Ceja Colombia Priscilla Burcher Sigma 150-600mm _DSC1160

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The Great Kiskadee is a large and strikingly colored flycatcher that inhabits much of Central and South America. Great Kiskadees reside in a variety of habitats from forest edges to grasslands to busy residential areas. These birds can often been seen hawking insects from an open perch or dropping to the ground feeding on insects and small reptiles.

Source: Neotropical Birds Online: neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/portal/species/overview?p_p...

Tags:   Pitangus sulphuratus Great Kiskadee Bichofué gritón Tyrannidae Birds from Colombia Aves de Colombia crest display La Ceja Colombia Priscilla Burcher Sigma 150-600mm _DSC7362

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Turdus ignobilis (Black-billed Thrush / Mayo)

La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

Turdus ignobilis is a widely distributed thrush species throughout northern South America and the Amazon, inhabiting a diverse set of habitats ranging from floodplain forests, white sand “campinas”, to highland forests (Andes and Tepuis). There are currently six known subspecies of T. ignobilis, which vary extensively phenotypically and also ecologically.

www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S105579031600021X

Tags:   aves de Colombia birds of Colombia Turdus ignobilis mirla ollera tordo de pico negro mirlo piconegro mayo embarrador Black-billed Thrush mayo cuaresmero Turdidae zorzal piquinegro La Ceja Colombia Priscilla Burcher Sigma 150-600mm _DSC7493

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In my garden. La Ceja, Colombia.

White-dotted Crescent is is a butterfly found in Guatemala, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Trinidad and Ecuador.

ftp.funet.fi/index/Tree_of_life/insecta/lepidoptera/ditry...

Tags:   Castilia ofella White-dotted Crescent Mariposa Castilla Nymphalidae mariposas de Colombia Butterflies from Colombia La Ceja Colombia L1450776


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