BULL MOOSE CA _ 0606

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Bull moose have antlers like other members of the deer family. Cows select mates based on antler size. Bull moose use dominant displays of antlers to discourage competition and will spar or fight rivals. The size and growth rate of antlers is determined by diet and age; symmetry reflects health
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From Canada
Travel from Oct 23 to Nov 5
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GUIANAN COCK-OF-THE-ROCK _ 0321

The Guianan Cock-of-the-rock (Rupicola rupicola) is a species of South American passerine. It is about 30 centimetres (12 in) in length and weighs about 200 to 220 grams (7.1 to 7.8 oz). They are found in tropical rainforests, near its preferred habitat of rocky outcrops. The males plumage is bright orange and the males have a prominent half-moon crest. The females are brownish in colour, and are generally much duller coloured than the males. It is one of two species of the genus Rupicola, the other being the Andean Cock-of-the-rock. The Guianan Cock-of-the-rock lives across the forested region of northeastern South America. Its diet consists mostly of fruit, but sometimes includes small snakes and lizards.
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From Paramaribo, Suriname
Travel from Feb 18 to Mar 04
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TUFTED COQUETTE _ 0300

Tufted Coquette Lophornis ornatus ) 

The Tufted Coquette ( Lophornis ornatus ) is a tiny hummingbird that breeds in eastern Venezuela, Trinidad, Guiana and northern Brazil. It is an uncommon but widespread species, which appears to be a local or seasonal migrant, although its movements are not well understood.
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From Trinidad and Tobago
Thanks Reinelle !

FAUNA IN BRAZIL _ 0292

IMG_3269 Beautiful Sender

  1. Brazilian Golden Parakeet
  2.  Brazilian Golden Lion Tamarin
  3.  Brazilian Tapir

The Parakeet lives in the drier, upland rainforests in Amazonian Brazil. Native to the Atlantic coastal forests of  Brazil, the Golden Lion Tamarin is an endangered specie. It is the second-largest land mammal in South America, after the Baird’s tapir. It is considered an endangered specie.

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From Sao Paulo, Brazil
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CANADA GEESE _ 0150

Thanks Arnold !

CANADA GEESE

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