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Birds of BA: The Benteveo

By bitsandpieces - Saturday, August 4, 2012

The Pitangus sulphuratus (sulphur coloured) has a very interesting combination of colours. A black bill accompanies a black head with a white band. The upper part of the body and… Read more…

Birds and Trees of BA – A poem

By bitsandpieces - Sunday, July 22, 2012

Birds and Trees of BA   They soar and stand Among the stones Alive and beautiful For all to see.   They change each day And don’t know why Maybe… Read more…

Birds of BA: The Zorzal Colorado

By bitsandpieces - Thursday, July 12, 2012

Its technical name turdus rufiventris is telling us it belongs to the Thrush (turdus) family and has a red belly (rufiventris). Characteristic of this bird is its melodious song during… Read more…

Birds and trees of Buenos Aires

By bitsandpieces - Wednesday, July 4, 2012

I have only recently felt attracted to the birds and trees that have always been around me. Like an epiphany, what existed in a general, rough sense, suddenly became alive,… Read more…

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