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White-capped Tanager, occurs in Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador & Peru. Lives in humid forests in groups of up to 20. Flocks stay in tight formation, often foraging from tree to tree. (Pete Morris) Come and visit us at www.Going2Colombia.com

White-capped Tanager, occurs in Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador Peru. Lives in humid forests in groups of up to Flocks stay in tight formation, often foraging from tree to tree.

Orange-throated Tanager - threatened, found very locally in humid forests around the Ecuador-Peru border.

The orange-throated tanager is a threatened species of bird found very locally in humid forests around the Ecuador-Peru border. It is the only member of the genus Wetmorethraupis, named after the ornithologist Alexander Wetmore.

Lacrimorse Mountain-Tanager

L = Lacrimose Mountain-Tanager. Jewels of Ecuador: Hummers, Tanagers & Antpittas - fieldguides

The Octopus Tree at Cape Meares, Oregon, USA. The Octopus Tree is a massive Sitka spruce with branches growing like giant tentacles from its 50-foot base which may be around 250 years old. It is situated approximately 600 feet from the scenic viewpoint. The tree’s odd shape, according to local historians and Tillamook tribal descendants, comes not from the ravages of wind, as some have said, but from its function as a ceremonial site, shaped to hold cedar canoes and other ritual objects.

"The Octopus Tree" at Cape Mears, Oregon, USA Photo by Nicole Lockney The Forces that shaped this unique Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis) like an octopus with its tentacles upwards have been debated for many years. Whether natural events o.

Blue and yellow tanager • photo: Douglas Janson on Pbase|♡DM

The Blue-and-yellow Tanager (Pipraeidea bonariensis darwinii) is found in South America

Hummingbird ~ Ecuador

The Violet-tailed Sylph hummingbird, Ecuador (János Oláh)

Velvet-purple Coronet - Ecuador 2014 Trip Report » Focusing on Wildlife

Velvet-purple Coronet (Boissonneaua jardini) perched on a branch at the Mindo Loma reserve in northwest Ecuador.

Tyrian Metaltail (Metallura tyrianthina)  hummingbird-They inhabit subtropical or tropical humid montanes and heavily degraded former forests.

Tyrian Metaltail (Metallura tyrianthina) Hummingbirds inhabit subtropical or tropical humid montanes and heavily degraded former forests. Range is NW Venezuela, Andean chains of Columbia and E and S Ecuador to extreme N Peru.

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