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The Seriema birds are the sole extant members of the small and ancient clade Cariamidae. The Seriemas are large, long-legged terrestrial birds that range from 70 to 90 cm. They live in grasslands, savanna, dry woodland and open forests of Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay. There are two species of seriemas, the Red-legged Seriema (Cariama cristata) and the Black-legged Seriema (Chunga burmeisteri).

Red-legged Seriema (Cariama cristata) found in grasslands and open forests of Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay

seriema | Red-legged Seriema The Seriema birds are the sole extant members of the small and ancient clade Cariamidae. The Seriemas are large, long-legged terrestrial birds that range from 70 to 90 cm. They live in grasslands, savanna, dry woodland and open forests of Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay. There are two species of seriemas, the Red-legged Seriema (Cariama cristata) and the Black-legged Seriema (Chunga burmeisteri).

Red-legged Seriema - sole extant members of the small & ancient clade Cariamidae. They are large, long-legged terrestrial birds cm) that live in grasslands, savanna, open forests & dry woodland of S America.

seriema | Seriema (Cariama cristata) The Seriema birds are the sole extant members of the small and ancient clade Cariamidae. The Seriemas are large, long-legged terrestrial birds that range from 70 to 90 cm. They live in grasslands, savanna, dry woodland and open forests of Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay. There are two species of seriemas, the Red-legged Seriema (Cariama cristata) and the Black-legged Seriema (Chunga burmeisteri).

seriema | Seriema (Cariama cristata) The Seriema birds are the sole extant members of the small and ancient clade Cariamidae. The Seriemas are large, long-legged terrestrial birds that range from 70 to 90 cm. They live in grasslands, savanna, dry woodland and open forests of Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay. There are two species of seriemas, the Red-legged Seriema (Cariama cristata) and the Black-legged Seriema (Chunga burmeisteri).

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Tico-tico - Crown Sparrow (Zonotrichia capensis) photograph by Claudio

The Seriema birds are the sole extant members of the small and ancient clade Cariamidae. The Seriemas are large, long-legged terrestrial birds that range from 70 to 90 cm. They live in grasslands, savanna, dry woodland and open forests of Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay. There are two species of seriemas, the Red-legged Seriema (Cariama cristata) and the Black-legged Seriema (Chunga burmeisteri).

The Seriema birds are the sole extant members of the small and ancient clade Cariamidae. The Seriemas are large, long-legged terrestrial birds that range from 70 to 90 cm. They live in grasslands, savanna, dry woodland and open forests of Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay. There are two species of seriemas, the Red-legged Seriema (Cariama cristata) and the Black-legged Seriema (Chunga burmeisteri).

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saffron toucanet (photo by adam riley)

White-sided Hillstar (Oreotrochilus leucopleurus). A South American hummingbird found at high altitudes. photo: Walter Baliero C.

White-sided Hillstar (Oreotrochilus leucopleurus) S. American hummingbird by Walter Baliero C.

~ Brazil -  Red-Legged Seriema ( Cariama cristata )

Red-Legged Seriema ( Cariama cristata ) in Brazil

Prairie Warbler, (Setophaga discolor), is a small songbird of the New World warbler family. Their breeding habitats are brushy areas and forest edges in eastern North America. The Prairie Warbler's nests are open cups, which are usually placed in a low area of a tree or shrub.

Prairie Warbler, (Setophaga discolor), is a small songbird of the New World warbler family. Their breeding habitats are brushy areas and forest edges in .

The Sri Lanka Blue Magpie or Ceylon Magpie is a member of the crow family living in the hill forests of Sri Lanka, where it is endemic. This is a species of a dense wet evergreen temperate rain forest. It is declining due to loss of this habitat.

Unexpected color combo, inspired by nature --- The Sri Lanka Blue Magpie or Ceylon Magpie (Urocissa ornata), a member of the crow family, is endemic to the hill forests of Sri Lanka.

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