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This is a one lane bridge crossing the Oyster River. The Autumn colors makes for a beautiful scene.

N 4 B 27 C 1 E Apr 18, 2018 F Oct 15, 2021
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La Ceja, Colombia; 2.300 meters above sea level.

Tangara xanthocephala
(Saffron-crowned Tanager / Tángara coronada)

Saffron-crowned Tanager is a brightly colored tanager with a distinctive yellow head. This species occurs through the Andes from Colombia and Venezuela south to Bolivia, and occupies humid montane forests and secondary woodlands.

Due to human destruction of habitat, it is hypothesized that the population numbers are decreasing. Like most Tangara tanagers, the Saffron-crowned is sexually monomorphic.

neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/Species-Account/nb/species/...

Tags:   Tangara xanthocephala Saffron-crowned Tanager Tángara coronada tanager tángara Thraupidae Aves de Suramérica Birds of the Northern Andes Aves de Antioquia La Ceja Colombia Priscilla Burcher _DSC0884

N 1 B 27 C 0 E Jun 8, 2019 F Oct 15, 2021
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La Ceja, Colombia; 2.300 meters above sea level.

Atlapetes albinucha gutturalis
(Yellow-throated brush finch / Gorrión montés gorgi-amarillo)

The Yellow-throated brush finch ranges from Mexico to the mountains of W Colombia. All forms of this brush-finch have a white stripe down the midline of the crown from the forehead to the nape.

White-naped Brush-finches are found in subtropical to temperate elevations, from 1200 to 3100 m in elevation. They forage on the ground, often in family groups.

neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/portal/species/overview?p_p...

Tags:   Aves de Colombia Birds of Colombia White-naped Brush Finch Gorrión montés gorgi-amarillo Atlapetes barbiamarillo Atlapetes gutturalis Atlapetes albinucha gutturalis Yellow-throated Brush Finch La Ceja Colombia Priscilla Burcher Sigma 150-600mm _DSC0224

N 1 B 25 C 0 E Oct 4, 2021 F Oct 15, 2021
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La Ceja, Colombia; 2.300 meters above sea level.

Band-tailed Pigeon is a large dove found in mature montane forests from the western U.S. and Canada into Middle and South America.

Soft blue-gray above and unique purplish-gray below, with white crescent on the nape. Yellow feet. Bill is yellow with black tip in northern populations, all yellow in southern ones.

Forms large flocks in coniferous forests and montane areas where it feeds on seeds and fruits. When it takes off, wings make loud clapping sound.

ebird.org/species/batpig1

Tags:   aves de Colombia birds of Colombia Birds of the Northern Andes Columbidae Patagioenas Patagioenas fasciata Band-tailed Pigeon Torcaza Collareja paloma de collar Paloma Collareja La Ceja Colombia Priscilla Burcher Sigma 150-600mm _DSC9739

N 2 B 17 C 0 E Oct 12, 2017 F Oct 15, 2021
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La Ceja, Central Andes, Colombia; 2300 meters above sea level.

There are 85 known species of Adelpha, all but two of which are confined to Central and South America. The butterflies are characterised by having a distinctive blackish marbled pattern overlaid on a brown ground colour; and by the presence of a broad orange or white band on the forewings. The hindwings of most species have a white median band.

Adelpha alala is confined to the Andes mountains, and occurs in Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and north-west Argentina. This is a pre-montane and lower cloudforest species, occurring at altitudes between about 400-2600m on the eastern slopes of the Andes.

www.learnaboutbutterflies.com/Amazon%20-%20Adelpha%20alal...

Tags:   Adelpha Adelpha alala Adelpha alala negra Nymphalidae mariposas de Colombia Butterflies from Colombia La Ceja Colombia Priscilla Burcher L1470732


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