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- I am today’s years old for just realised the ‘Blue-Winged Leafbird’ is also a songbird. Leafbirds are attractive birds and, combined with an attractive song and capacity to mimic sounds, they have become very popular cagebirds. But it’s quite hard to spot them in the wild as they are well camouflaged.
- Time to say goodbye, Telluride.
And goodbye to the hummers. *waves goodbye*
*sheds a tear*
- Already posted the original, I just really like this edit 🤷🏼♂️
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- Another characteristic wading bird of Florida Bay is the Reddish Egret (Egretta rufescens). This is the rarest of the wading birds in the U.S., with about 350 pairs in Florida, 100 of which are in Florida Bay and the Keys. While this species has never been common, today’s population is considerably lower than it was historically, and numbers continue to decline. More research is needed but the likely reason for the decline is the loss of suitable nesting and foraging habitat. The Reddish Egret is a specialized active forager that requires shallow, open-water flats with brackish conditions. As with the Great White Heron I mentioned a few days back, restoring freshwater flows to the southern Everglades and Florida Bay is likely to benefit this species.