El junco ojos de lumbre es una especie de ave paseriforme de la familia Emberizidae.
Mide en promedio unos 15 cm de longitud, tiene los ojos de color amarillo intenso, pico bicolor (oscuro en la mandíbula superior, amarillento en la inferior). Su hábitat son bosques de coníferas, bosques mixtos y matorrales. Algunas poblaciones pueden migrar en invierno a zonas de menor elevación.
1a prova pós recuperação de lesão, foco no treinamento na @effect_academia
Colocação 17/192 geral com direto a RP 33:14
2' colocado por idade, atrás do 8' meu irmão Felipe Lino
1K mais rápido a 4:05s
Esforço recompensado, confesso que poderia ter corrido melhor, a queda me impossibilitou disso!
Semana que vem temos outro desafio!
Ph Alexandre Marchetti - Itaipu binacional
~Fly like an Eagle ~ .
Good afternoon all, Brian Petersen @brianpetersenphotography continuing with a special Summer Shorebird themed takeover of the Audubonpa Account. This little superstar is a week old Least Tern chick; the likely offspring of my earlier post. On the morning of this photo a few small chicks were making there way around the roped area. This chick moved to a side of the beach that caused me to shoot with partial back-lighting. This is a technique that is very new to me but when you get it right it really pays off. I love how the warm morning sun gives the little the puffball a beautiful glow. It was amazing to hear it's surprisingly loud call for food which was quickly answered by its mother bringing it a fresh small fish. I hope you enjoy this image as it is one of my favorites to date! .
Soon after hatching, Killdeer chicks often go on small expeditions to learn about their new world. However, after a few minutes, they run right back to a parent’s safety in the nest. While Arrow was out photographing a Killdeer nest, this chick decided to go explore for the first time. His heart pounded as the chick explored and then came back, allowing him to capture this image.⠀
Many thanks to Arrow Myers, @arrowmyersphoto, for sharing his images for this week's #AudubonTakeover .