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crotophaga ani

  1. Smooth - billed Ani

    Smooth - billed Ani

  2. Warming up... (Smooth-billed Ani)

    Warming up... (Smooth-billed Ani)

  3. Smooth-billed Ani

    Smooth-billed Ani

    Very common species in all Brazil, in urban or rural habitat. I just realiazed that I had never taken a photo of them. It's one of those things that it is so common for you to see that you don't feel like registering it and sharing it, which is a mistake I need to stop making. What's common...
  4. Smooth-billed Ani

    Smooth-billed Ani

    The funny thing is that we registered both species at essentially the same location.
  5. Smooth-billed Ani

    Smooth-billed Ani

  6. Smooth-billed Ani

    Smooth-billed Ani

  7. Smooth-billed Ani

    Smooth-billed Ani

  8. Smooth-billed Ani

    Smooth-billed Ani

    Merry Christmas Everyone! Let's hope next year things will be much better. Best regards from Brazil.
  9. Smooth Billed Ani Adult and Juvenile

    Smooth Billed Ani Adult and Juvenile

    Family party feeding the youngster berries
  10. Smooth-billed Ani

    Smooth-billed Ani

    Smooth-billed Ani (Crotophaga ani) Outskirts of Juan Guerra, south of Tarapoto, San Martn, Per. Disturbed xerophytic scrub at ca. 270 m (886 ft) elevation.
  11. Smooth-billed Ani

    Smooth-billed Ani

    Galapagos bird
  12. Smooth-billed Ani

    Smooth-billed Ani

    Smooth-billed Ani (Crotophaga ani) Sexes similar. Along the banks of Ro Rincn close to the mouth at Golfo Dulce, Osa Peninsula, Puntarenas Province, Costa Rica. Surrounding area is Pacific secondary rain forest at ca. 20 m (66 ft) elevation.
  13. Smooth-billed Ani

    Smooth-billed Ani

    I recently developed this picture, not even aware that the competition this month would fit the theme ;)
  14. Smooth-billed Ani

    Smooth-billed Ani

  15. Smooth-billed Ani (Crotophaga ani)

    Smooth-billed Ani (Crotophaga ani)

    Smooth-billed Ani (Crotophaga ani), Fazenda Sao Francisco, Mato Grosso Do Sul, Brazil
  16. Smooth-billed Ani

    Smooth-billed Ani

    Smooth-billed Ani (Crotophaga ani) Photographed in Bajo Frio ca. 16 km north of Concepcin in Chiriqui Province, Panama. Southern foothills of Volcn Baru, Chiriqui Province, Panama disturbed lower montane cloud forest at ca. 800 m (2,625 ft) elevation.
  17. Smooth-billed Ani

    Smooth-billed Ani

  18. Smooth-billed Ani

    Smooth-billed Ani

    Smooth-billed Ani (Crotophaga ani) Photographed along Manu Road along the eastern slope of the Andes in a pristine cloud forest in the Kosipata Valley at 1,700 m (5,575 ft) elevation in the Rio Madre de Dios Region, south of the Cock-of-the-rock Lodge. Humid Subtropical Life Zone. Sexes similar
  19. Together

    Together

    Two Smooth-billed Anis warily watch me from a distance as we play hop-scotch across a patch of bamboo on the outskirts of Envigado, Antioquia, S.A. in attempts to get a closer view.
  20. Smooth-billed Ani

    Smooth-billed Ani

  21. Smooth Billed Ani

    Smooth Billed Ani

    Repost after the crash. When first posted, there was a discussion of why the feathers in the head was so gray. The most likely guess (thanks Rasmus!) is that the bird had been dust-bathing or something similar (I had been quite wet).
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