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Grey-winged Trumpeter

Psophia crepitans


This Colorful bird is being used in the Amazon forests in Ecuador as an "ALARM" against Snakes, Indigenous people say that this Bird, would make strong sounds and Calls when there is a snake around. it is Known in Spanish as Trompetero Aligris, or Arami. AKA Agami, Jacamin or Tente.


Amazon Forests in Ecuador, this Pictures were shot un the Cuyabeno Reserve.

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Juan Carlos Rios
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Juan Carlos Rios

Parroquia Cuyabeno, Provincia de Sucumbíos, Ecuador

Spotted on Sep 12, 2013
Submitted on Sep 12, 2013

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