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Aramus guarauna


From Wikipedia: Its plumage is drab—dark brown with an olive luster above. The feathers of the head, neck, wing coverts, and much of the back and underparts (except the rear) are marked with white, making the body look streaked and the head and neck light gray. It has long, dark-gray legs and a long neck. Its bill is long, heavy, and downcurved, yellowish bill with a darker tip.[10][11] The bill is slightly open near but not at the end to give it a tweezers-like action in removing snails from their shells, and in many individuals the tip curves slightly to the right, like the apple snails' shells.


Circle B Bar Reserve, Lakeland, FL.

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armadeus.4 5 years ago

Ooooh...loveliness right there. Gold shots Musicwolf. Thank you for sharing :)

Musicwolf 5 years ago

Thanks James. This was one of my favorites.

James McNair
James McNair 5 years ago

Great images

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Florida, USA

Spotted on Jan 1, 2015
Submitted on Jan 16, 2015

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