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Pitu, pájaro minero, 4700 msnm,

Asociación Ecológica Ojos de Halcón ( aecoh)

Gray Fox in winter---Torres del Paine National Park

Patagonia landscape photos: Beagle Channel, glaciers, remote islands

Puna Teal duck (Anas puna), resident in the Andes of Peru, western Bolivia, northern Chile, and extreme northwestern Argentina. They have a black cap that extends to below the eyes. Their lower face and neck are creamy white. Their upper tail coverts are gray, and their rear flanks are dark brown with thin stripes. Back, chest and lower flanks are light coffee with dark brown spots. Their bill is large, light blue with a black line down the middle.

Puna Teal duck (Anas puna), resident in the Andes of Peru, western Bolivia, northern Chile, and extreme northwestern Argentina. They have a black cap that extends to below the eyes. Their lower face and neck are creamy white. Their upper tail coverts are gray, and their rear flanks are dark brown with thin stripes. Back, chest and lower flanks are light coffee with dark brown spots. Their bill is large, light blue with a black line down the middle.

admiring the view

Perú, es uno de los países más deslumbrantes, y a nadie debería resultar exagerado.

Dholes on Alert. Dholes are great communicators and use an eerie whistle to communicate with each other. They also use a variety of other noises, including clucks and high-pitched screams that are not found anywhere else in the canid families. One of the reasons dholes keep such a large home range is the need to find enough prey to eat. Dhole packs often hunt as a group, with one lead dog in charge. - See more at: http://animals.sandiegozoo.org/animals/dhole#sthash.cYRzfZtR.dpuf

Dholes on Alert. Dholes are great communicators and use an eerie whistle to communicate with each other. They also use a variety of other noises, including clucks and high-pitched screams that are not found anywhere else in the canid families. One of the reasons dholes keep such a large home range is the need to find enough prey to eat. Dhole packs often hunt as a group, with one lead dog in charge. - See more at: http://animals.sandiegozoo.org/animals/dhole#sthash.cYRzfZtR.dpuf

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