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grawly:

deathclaw:

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caramelcheese:

carry-on-my-wayward-butt:

bubblegumbottlecaps:

grawly:

deathclaw:

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libutron:

Cyanocorax yncas | ©Wilmer Quiceno   (La Ceja, Antioquia, Colombia)
This long-tailed bird with a short crest is Cyanocorax yncas (Passeriformes - Corvidae), known as Inca jay in English, and Urraca verde, Carriqui verdiamarillo, Chara verde or Urraca querrequerre in Spanish. 
This species has many subspecies, all of them with neotropical distribution. Cyanocorax yncas occurs as two disjunct, resident populations: one from just north of the Rio Grande River in southern Texas to north-central Honduras and a second from Colombia and Venezuela south through eastern Ecuador and Peru to Bolivia. The southern Texas population has been the subject of one long-term study [1].

libutron:

Cyanocorax yncas | ©Wilmer Quiceno   (La Ceja, Antioquia, Colombia)

This long-tailed bird with a short crest is Cyanocorax yncas (Passeriformes - Corvidae), known as Inca jay in English, and Urraca verde, Carriqui verdiamarillo, Chara verde or Urraca querrequerre in Spanish. 

This species has many subspecies, all of them with neotropical distribution. Cyanocorax yncas occurs as two disjunct, resident populations: one from just north of the Rio Grande River in southern Texas to north-central Honduras and a second from Colombia and Venezuela south through eastern Ecuador and Peru to Bolivia. The southern Texas population has been the subject of one long-term study [1].

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jouissants:

wintry-mix:

thejadedkiwano:

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Type the following words into your tags box, then post the first automatic tag that comes up.

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vurtual:

Close encounters! (by Marc MOL)

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libutron:

Leaf Roller Moth | ©Seth Patterson  (Volcán Baru National Park, Panama)
Pseudatteria leopardina (Lepidoptera - Tortricidae) is one of the most striking of the neotropical moths due to their orange wings marked with several iridescent blue spots and streaks around the costa and outer margin [1].
Pseudatteria leopardina can be found in Costa Rica and Panama.

libutron:

Leaf Roller Moth | ©Seth Patterson  (Volcán Baru National Park, Panama)

Pseudatteria leopardina (Lepidoptera - Tortricidae) is one of the most striking of the neotropical moths due to their orange wings marked with several iridescent blue spots and streaks around the costa and outer margin [1].

Pseudatteria leopardina can be found in Costa Rica and Panama.

faizebeleth:

White-cheeked Turaco by ter Denge photo on Flickr.

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roachpatrol:

neophyte-redglare:

Gypaète barbu & Fils “Gypaetus barbatus” © Paolo Schwab

that dark vulture looks absolutely convinced that the lighter vulture is a ghost

roachpatrol:

neophyte-redglare:

Gypaète barbu & Fils “Gypaetus barbatus” © Paolo Schwab

that dark vulture looks absolutely convinced that the lighter vulture is a ghost

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assuming-dinosaur:

becausebirds:

My favorite derpy bird – the Double-crested Cormorant. You see these all over the wetlands/beaches in Southern California. I love their emerald eyes and how they swim with their beaks turned up. 

source videos: 1, 2, 3.

see more birding stuff on becausebirds.com

Thanks to its shagginess and serendipitous feather placement to look like claws, there’s something incredibly dinosaurian about the first GIF.

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becausebirds:

mvninn:

The Albatross.

my webbed feets help me spin like so.

becausebirds:

mvninn:

The Albatross.

my webbed feets help me spin like so.

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canijustpizza:

Republic of Telly made a Sherlock parody and it’s hilarious

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