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Orange-bellied Euphonia (female)
Orange-bellied Euphonia (Euphonia xanthogaster brunneifrons) Female.
Eastern-slope of the Andes in the foothills at 1,398 m (4,587 ft) elevation.
Cock of the Rock Lodge, northeast of Challabamba, Parque Nacional del Manu, Cusco Department, Per.
Date taken
September 2018
Scientific name
Euphonia xanthogaster
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Lovely shot, a gorgeous little bird ("Euphonia" suggests it's pleasant to listen to as well). Very obliging with that head turn!
What a beautiful bird and you have caught him in a terrific angle Stanley. The colours are wonderful and the background is just perfect . Another splendid composition .
Stands out pretty well against the blurry bg (Hope this is correct English). A wonderful close-up of this beauty.
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Oh my goodness.... he's gorgeous Stanley.

That's a superb picture you've taken of this lovely euphonia - very well done my friend.

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