Birds

  • Why Birds Usually Follow Cruise Ships

    Why Birds Usually Follow Cruise Ships

    Ever wondered why birds usually follow cruise ships in the Caribbean? The Caribbean is also famous for cruise ship tourism; each year, it hosts millions of visitors. This fact is…

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  • Aspergillosis In Birds And Mammals

    Aspergillosis

    Aspergillosis can be caused by a variety of species of fungi belonging to the genus . These fungi thrive in moist, warm organic matter such as soil, grains, straw and silage. Aspergillosis…

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  • Close up Image of Chestnut-mandibled Toucans

    Chestnut-mandibled Toucans

    The Chestnut-mandibled Toucans or Swainson€™s Toucans (Ramphastos swainsonii) are the second largest Toucans in the world – being only slightly smaller than the Toco Toucans (Ramphastos toco). Their most obvious…

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  • Grey-breasted Mountain-toucans on a Tree

    Grey-breasted Mountain-toucans

    The Grey-breasted Mountain-toucans (Andigena hypoglauca) is a toucan found in humid highland forests in the Andes of southern Colombia, Ecuador and Peru. Two subspecies have been identified – the nominate…

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  • Toucan Eating Seeds Toucans Diet

    Toucans Diet

    A Toucans natural diet consists primarily of a wide range of different fruits; thus they play an extremely important ecological role as vectors for seed dispersal of fruiting trees. Toucans…

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  • Indigo Buntings Perched on a Tree Branch

    Indigo Buntings

    The Indigo Buntings (Passerina cyanea) – also known as Indigo Bird or Indigo Painted Finch – is a small North American finch-like bird. The breeding male can easily be identified…

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  • Parakeet Auklets Floating on a Water

    Parakeet Auklets

    The Parakeet Auklets (Aethia psittacula) is a small seabird of the North `Pacific. It used to be placed on its own in the genus Cyclorrhynchus (Kaup, 1829) but recent morphological and…

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