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Perched in a tree, the barred owl scans the forest floor for small creatures. Large, forward-facing eyes equip the owl with exceptional vision and an acute ability to judge distances. Soft, fringed feathers silent the owl’s flight as it swoops down to catch its unsuspecting prey.
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I met this little cutie at the Wings of Wonder show at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden.
Macaws are brilliantly-colored, neotropical parrots. They are intelligent, social birds that communicate with each other through loud squawks and screams. Long, flexible toes help the macaw hold onto branches and manipulate objects. The macaw uses its strong beak as both a nutcracker and a ‘third foot’ for climbing.
This gulf fritillary entertained me during a scorching hot day at Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge. I was practically a walking waterfall, but this butterfly wasn't startled by my presence. It makes a great desktop background! I hope you like it too.
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