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- A Red Howler Monkey calling to his troop in the Amazon Rainforest, Peru.
This was taken after I had decided to venture out on one of the trails into the rainforest alone, and while they are common monkeys, the experience around this photo will forever be one of my most memorable.
As I was walking along the trail enjoying the sounds of the rainforest, I was lucky enough to spot this monkey high in the canopy infront. This wasn't the first time I had seen one, but the way he reacted was very different. Slowly trying to get a better view the monkey did the same, coming closer to the forest floor until he reached the spot photographed. He sat there, looking at me with an inquisitive nature, cautiously moving and peaking at me for a different view. After what must have been a few minutes of watching one another he called up, and hearing the cracking of branches above I noticed a few others either looking down at me with more moving towards them. For the next 15 minutes I stood there watching as these animals passed above me so very close, stop to check me out and then move on across the canopy deeper into the rainforest out of sight.
I was extremely fortunate to be in the Amazon, let alone have such a genuine and close encounter to these monkeys. I hope for future generations that we are successful in protecting the rainforest and its biodiversity.
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- The last in my Frog collection. The phantasmal frog. Found in Ecuador, this small frog likes to live near banana and cacao plantations. They are listed as endangered due to habitat destruction, disease, and the illegal pet trade.
- Gray Crowned Crane
(Balearica regulorum) found in eastern and southern Africa, and is the national bird of Uganda.
Although the grey crowned crane remains common over some of its range, it faces threats to its habitat due to drainage, overgrazing, and pesticide pollution. Their global population is estimated to be between 58,000 and 77,000 individuals. In 2012 it was uplisted from vulnerable to endangered by the IUCN.
- “Humankind must learn to understand that the life of an animal is in no way less precious than our own.”
~ Paul Oxton
- Just like this baby Condor broke out of the
shell to find a new home, I'm doing the same!
Remodeling and soon to be moving into my
new home 🖤 hense the MIA this past month.
Till I'm back, look at this precious baby 🖤🦅 #Repost @thedailyjames (@get_repost)
BABY CALIFORNIA CONDOR!!! At 6am in the morning I received a call from Chandra, Condor Keeper Goddess, and Jenny, from Paradise Island, that a condor chick was about to hatch. Do you want to see a CALIFORNIA CONDOR BABY HATCH?!! (Swipe to the video) Because of the Condor Team, there are six of these new baby faces now in the world. These are critically endangered animals so each life is incredibly important to sustain the species. The team assists in the hatch to ensure the baby is in good health and then places the baby in the nesting box with the parental pairs. (As a safety measure, the eggs are artificially incubated and monitored daily for health. Parents sit on dummy eggs. This team can, and has, intervened in the event of complications. In the case of these condors, it is absolutely safe and actually helps the chick to assist with hatching. The team has decades of experience in doing this and can immediately provide any kind of aid or support to ensure a healthy, stable baby.) Can you imagine that as adults these lil smooshies will have over a NINE FOOT WING SPAN? The goal of the Condor Recovery Program is to release these birds back into the wild to grace our skies once again. I'm so thankful to work with this extraordinary, tireless, passionate team of hoomanz and see with my own eyes how they are literally saving a species from extinction. LOOK AT THE BABY FACE, THAT FOOT, THE WEE WINGS... —LouAnne, honored to be a Vulture Volunter @lazoo. #californiacondor #criticallyendangered #savethespecies #wildlifeconservation #losangeleszoo #babybird #condorsofinstagram #birdsofinstagram #birdwatching #birdhatching #mindblown
- 📍South Africa 🇿🇦
————————————————— Whilst traveling ❤… 🌍… We returned from South Africa a month ago, in awe of the magnificent Hud - Especially the Bulls💯 … 🦌Kudu show strong sexual dimorphism in that bulls bear massive, long, spiral horns which reach record lengths of up to 1.8 m. Horns grow to their full length at the age of six years. Bulls also attain much larger sizes than cows. Bulls can weigh as much as 300 Kg with a shoulder height of 1.4m and cows weigh 210 Kg with a shoulder height of 1.25m. Tawny-brown to grey-brown coat, marked with white stripes on flanks which vary greatly in shape, size and pattern. V-shaped band on forehead and white spots on cheeks. ————————— 📌Tag someone that should see this!👇
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👇COMMENT👇 😉Herds of over 20 usually split up into smaller groups. Young cows remain with their mothers' unit, but young bulls form bachelor groups when they reach sexual maturity, normally at two years. Bulls join female herds during mating, but favour other habitats out of the mating season. No territorial spacing exists amongst bulls, but they do show age and hence size-graded dominance hierarchies.😍 ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖————
"The greater kudu, with his massive yet delicate spirals of deep nutmeg brown, tipped with almost translucent ivory, seems to me the handsomest." Peter Hathaway Capstick, Safari, The Last Adventure ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖—————
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Meet our friend “Christine”!
She’s a baby Eastern Chipmunk with what seems to be a bad head injury.
We will do all we can for her and thank you all for your support.
Due to the large array af species we treat, we must have all types of appropriate training, medicines, formulas and foods, the multiple delivery options/sizes and systems depending on the species, age and issue. We must keep current in updated memberships, literature, and support.
Independent nonprofit and small Wildlife rehabbing in MA is purely out of pocket and donations. We do not receive any funding from state or other federal grants or support.
Please donate to Golden Bough Wildlife via PayPal or contact us for other options to help us medically treat and help the beautiful urban animals of Boston and MA get back to the wild healthy.
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- Boar. It is hard to tell from a picture just how fast bears can move. This big boar was tracking a female grizzly (we made this assumption because we saw her about 3 minutes before we saw him). He crossed the road in front of us and disappeared into a gully. We sat in the car waiting to see where he would come out when he came charging up over the ridge. If I had been outside my car there is no way that I could have out paced him. Something that big barreling down on you (even in a car) was intimidating to say the least!
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- El entonces llamado Nuevo Sistema Licitado de Locomoción Colectiva, conocido popularmente como las «micros amarillas», fue el sistema de transporte público de la ciudad de Santiago, capital de Chile, puesto en marcha en 1991 y reemplazado definitivamente por el Transantiago el 10 de febrero de 2007 🚌🎫.
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