Pheasant Coucal (Centropus phasianinus)
…a species of cuckoo (Cuculidae) which occurs in eastern and northern Australia and Papua New Guinea, where it inhabits subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical/tropical mangrove forests. Pheasant coucals are large (50-70 cm (20 to 28 in)) and are adapted for feeding on the ground, leading to their shape being reminiscent of a pheasant. Pheasant coucals are predominately carnivorous, feeding on small reptiles and amphibians, bird eggs/young, small mammals, and a range of insects.
The Red-footed Booby - Sula sula, is a large seabird of the booby family, Sulidae. These well known seabirds do not migrate, but live year-round in tropical and subtropical regions of the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans.
Photo by Sara Yeoman’s.
I’ve seen a few people doing these and with all the Pokemon cards I’ve got laying around I just had to try it…plus I wanted an excuse to bust out the acrylics. I think I’m addicted.
If anyone wants to buy them they’re up for grabs on my brand new Etsy shop!
Eurasian Wryneck (Jynx torquilla), Germany
photo by Jakob Friedrich Magnus
Spotted Owlet by balaramraj
The Brown Booby - Sula Leucogaster, is a large seabird of the booby family, Sulidae. This species breeds on islands and coasts in the pantropical areas of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.
Photo by New Jersey Birds.
Merry is starting to open her eyes, and you can see the start of the growing of feathers on her wings!
Schematic view of the structure of the Sun and modes of outward flow of energy.
Our common murre chicks are growing fast behind the scenes, and we’ve even started training sessions. The male chick is very social and likes to pull on the staff’s waders during cleaning! They hatched in late August and should be on exhibit soon.
so i worked out how to make GLADoS’s voice and
The Banded Red Woodpecker, Picus miniaceus (Piciformes - Picidae) is a woodpecker native to Asia up to 23 cm length. The distribution of this species extends from Myanmar to the island of Java.
Animal of the Week - Striped Burrfish
Did you know? Burrfish are covered with short, heavy spines that are always raised—unlike their cousins the porcupine fish, which have movable spines!
*Black-Crowned Night Heron