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Greenfinch (Carduelis Chloris) – Photograph by Marco Jona

Greenfinch (Carduelis Chloris) – Photograph by Marco Jona

Red bird bathing in a stream | scarlet tanager (thanks to Tonya Becker)

Red bird bathing in a stream | scarlet tanager (thanks to Tonya Becker)

White-throated Kingfisher (Halcyon Smyrnensis) – Photograph by Marco Jona

White-throated Kingfisher (Halcyon Smyrnensis) – Photograph by Marco Jona

Tangara cayana é uma ave passeriforme da família Thraupidae. Também é conhecida popularmente pelos nome sanhaço-caboclo,mede aproximadamente 14 cm de comprimento. Possui plumagem de coloração amarelo-prateado e uma notável máscara negra, a qual é diferente em algumas subespécies ou raças.

Tangara cayana é uma ave passeriforme da família Thraupidae. Também é conhecida popularmente pelos nome sanhaço-caboclo,mede aproximadamente 14 cm de comprimento. Possui plumagem de coloração amarelo-prateado e uma notável máscara negra, a qual é diferente em algumas subespécies ou raças.

Willow Warbler (Phylloscopus Trochlius) – Photograph by Marco Jona

Willow Warbler (Phylloscopus Trochlius) – Photograph by Marco Jona

Black Stork - Photo by Avi Hirschfeld

Black Stork - Photo by Avi Hirschfeld

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The spectacular Resplendent quetzal is Guatemala’s national bird, and an image of it is on the flag and coat of arms of Guatemala. It is also the name of the local currency.  The resplendent quetzal was considered divine, associated with the “snake god”, Quetzalcoatl by Pre-Columbian Mesoamerican civilizations. Its iridescent green tail feathers, symbols for spring plant growth, were venerated by the ancient Aztecs and Maya, who viewed the quetzal as the “god of the ai

The spectacular Resplendent quetzal is Guatemala’s national bird, and an image of it is on the flag and coat of arms of Guatemala. It is also the name of the local currency. The resplendent quetzal was considered divine, associated with the “snake god”, Quetzalcoatl by Pre-Columbian Mesoamerican civilizations. Its iridescent green tail feathers, symbols for spring plant growth, were venerated by the ancient Aztecs and Maya, who viewed the quetzal as the “god of the ai

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