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In today’s news I will never not find feeding crows hilarious

how i act with carrots and hummus

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northeastnature:

A snowshoe hare (Lepus americanus) peers through the underbrush. I’ve followed these animals’ tracks many times, but it took me years to find one in the flesh. They mostly feed at night, and they’re camouflage experts, changing to white in the winter and brown in the summer. With snow coming later and later due to climate change, these hares are finding themselves woefully overdressed.

northeastnature:

A snowshoe hare (Lepus americanus) peers through the underbrush. I’ve followed these animals’ tracks many times, but it took me years to find one in the flesh. They mostly feed at night, and they’re camouflage experts, changing to white in the winter and brown in the summer. With snow coming later and later due to climate change, these hares are finding themselves woefully overdressed.

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Spot-billed Toucanet
The Spot-billed Toucanet, Selenidera maculirostris, is a member of the Ramphastidae Family occurring in the Atlantic Forest in Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia and Paraguay.
Selenidera maculirostris feeds mainly on fruits and makes regional migrations following the fruiting season of species such as Palm-heart (Euterpe edulis).
In the photo you can see a couple, the one with black cap is the male.
References: [1] - [2]
Photo credit: ©Aisse Gaertner | Locality: Brazil

libutron:

Spot-billed Toucanet

The Spot-billed Toucanet, Selenidera maculirostris, is a member of the Ramphastidae Family occurring in the Atlantic Forest in Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia and Paraguay.

Selenidera maculirostris feeds mainly on fruits and makes regional migrations following the fruiting season of species such as Palm-heart (Euterpe edulis).

In the photo you can see a couple, the one with black cap is the male.

References: [1] - [2]

Photo credit: ©Aisse Gaertner | Locality: Brazil

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when i was young my grandmother in colombia had this rooster, and the rooster was mean, mean to anyone that dared get near it. except for me. according to stories i heard later, i would pull on its comb and wattles and the rooster would be chill with that. and that’s my important birb story

this Larg Ruff n tuffe Punker the size of chilb!  What a patience of busy grapples! Nice the meet such the Heavy Gramps!

importantbirds:

when i was young my grandmother in colombia had this rooster, and the rooster was mean, mean to anyone that dared get near it. except for me. according to stories i heard later, i would pull on its comb and wattles and the rooster would be chill with that. and that’s my important birb story

this Larg Ruff n tuffe Punker the size of chilb!  What a patience of busy grapples! Nice the meet such the Heavy Gramps!

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zooborns:

Cotswold Wildlife Park Keeper Hand-rears The “Skunk of The Air”

This striking Tawny Frogmouth chick is being hand-reared by Bird keeper Jade Stott at Cotswold Wildlife Park. She took on the role of surrogate mother to the beautiful baby bird when, unfortunately, the breeding adults didn’t prove to be the most capable of parents. To give it the greatest chance of survival, the Bird section decided to hand-rear the chick.

Learn more at Zooborns.

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