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thanks Ava T-B
thanks Darwin26, these were taken at Las Pinas-Parañaque Critical Habitat and Ecotourism Area (LPPCHEA), Parañaque City, Philippines. It covers approximately 175 hectares consisting of two (2) islands with mangroves and mudflats. The area supports more than 5,000 individual birds representing more than 27 species. Rare species of bird such as Osprey, Pied Avocet and Siberian Rubythroat were recorded in the area. It has eight (8) species of mangroves and most densed among the mangrove areas surveyed along Manila Bay.
compared to the Himatopus mexicanus these look like 'juveniles' but are obviously same species different family ~ it would be good to know where these pix were taken? thank you,
thank you, Nopayahnah, Karen
Well named birds!
especially like the first, fifth and sixth photos; couldn't see the second one
yah its hard to take a pic like that - yourwelcome
ogorneau, got hard time capturing on an overcast day @ f5.6, thanks though
wow nice clear picture
thanks ismael chaves, jennythe turtle
thank you alice
thanks Shanna Bignell
Lat: 14.48, Long: 121.01
Spotted on Feb 4, 2012 Submitted on Feb 4, 2012
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