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maura.p.powers New Guinea singing dog
New Guinea singing dog commented on by maura.p.powers Lantana, Florida, USA8 years ago

Hi KatCuff! This dig is actually a New Guinea Singing dog. They are related to basenjis, but their closest relative is the dingo. Like both animals, their morphology reflects the "wild-type". Bu unlike either dog their voice box is different, enabling them to howl longer than a normal dog or wolf. They are believed to be extinct in the wild; the last singing dog in New Guinea was seen in the 1980's, and only 100 are in captivity.

maura.p.powers Muscovy Ducks
Muscovy Ducks commented on by maura.p.powers Florida, USA8 years ago

Could they be any cuter?!?!

maura.p.powers Red-bellied Woodpecker
Red-bellied Woodpecker commented on by maura.p.powers Florida, USA8 years ago

Looks like a Red-bellied to me. He only has the red hood, and his back is barred black and white, lacking the prominent pied colour of the red head. North American Woodpeckers are so tough to ID because they're all red, black, and white! ;-)

maura.p.powers Carolina Chickadee
Carolina Chickadee commented on by maura.p.powers Georgia, USA8 years ago

Great shot!

maura.p.powers Common Gallinule
Common Gallinule commented on by maura.p.powers Boca Raton, Florida, USA8 years ago

Great series! We have tons if these guys hanging around the ponds at my workplace. I think the babies look like fuzzy aliens. So adorable!!!

maura.p.powers Quaker Parakeet
Quaker Parakeet commented on by maura.p.powers Hollywood, Florida, USA8 years ago

My favourite parrot!!!

maura.p.powers Limpkin
Limpkin commented on by maura.p.powers Sarasota, Florida, USA8 years ago

Oh gosh, grab the insulin because he is too sweet!!!

maura.p.powers Snowy Plover chicks
Snowy Plover chicks commented on by maura.p.powers Longboat Key, Florida, USA8 years ago

So adorable! It's a cotton ball with legs!!!

maura.p.powers Wild Turkeys (Toms)
Wild Turkeys (Toms) commented on by maura.p.powers Tennessee, USA8 years ago

Great pics!

maura.p.powers Wilson's Plover
Wilson's Plover commented on by maura.p.powers Georgia, USA8 years ago

Where's mom and dad?

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