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Drakensberg Rockjumper (Chaetops aurantius). A passerine bird endemic to the alpine grasslands and rock outcrops of the Drakensberg Mountains of South Africa photo: Hugh Chittenden.

Located on 18,500 acres of wide open plains at the foot of the Cederberg Mountains, Bushmans Kloof isn't wanting for extraordinary surroundings. In fact, the resort has enough impressive credentials to make your head spin: The natural heritage site on which it sits is home to more than 150 kinds of birds, 750 species of plants, and 35 species of mammals

Mitch Pfeiffer, South Island Explorer ‘Kiwi‘ trip The world’s only alpine parrot – the native “Kea” is found in most mountain areas in the South Island. We often have to warn our clients to not leave their socks on their room balconies, as these cheeky birds steal them!

Blue-and-yellow Macaw - Macaw Mountain Bird Park - Copan Ruinas, Honduras: The Blue-and-yellow Macaw (Ara ararauna), also known as the Blue-and-gold Macaw, is a member of the group of large Neotropical parrots known as macaws. It breeds in forest (especially varzea, but also in open sections of Terra Firme) and woodland of tropical South America from Trinidad and Venezuela south to Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, and Paraguay. It barely extends into Central America, where restricted to Panama. It…

nrhodesphotos(the_eye_of_the_moment) posted a photo: Downy woodpeckers are native to forested areas, mainly deciduous, of North America. Their range consists of most of the United States and Canada, except for the deserts of the southwest and the tundra of the north. Mostly permanent residents, northern birds may migrate further south; birds in mountainous areas may move to lower elevations. Downy woodpeckers nest in a tree cavity excavated by the nesting pair in a dead tree or limb. In…

nrhodesphotos(the_eye_of_the_moment) posted a photo: Downy woodpeckers are native to forested areas, mainly deciduous, of North America. Their range consists of most of the United States and Canada, except for the deserts of the southwest and the tundra of the north. Mostly permanent residents, northern birds may migrate further south; birds in mountainous areas may move to lower elevations. Downy woodpeckers nest in a tree cavity excavated by the nesting pair in a dead tree or limb. In…

I think these are Cedar Waxwings. Anyway what a delightful racket they made in our huge Colorado Blue #Spruce #tree yesterday! Hundreds of plump #birds singing and resting on their journey south. I know they'd been feasting on mountain ash berries because the windshield of our car was covered with red berry poop. The birds look like spruce cones. Look closely! #montana #helenamontana #migration #migratorybirds #winter #bluesky

Lake Wakatipu Nature Walking Tour from Queenstown Take a half-day walking tour along the shores of Lake Wakatipu to immerse yourself in some of the spectacular landscape of the South Island, just outside of Queenstown. With a knowledgeable guide, enjoy an easy walk through the native forest where you can spot birds and plants, soak up views of the lake and mountains, hear Maori stories, and learn about the vibrant ecosystem. Choose either a morning or afternoon...

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