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|El torito cabecirrojo hembra (también denominado capitán de cabeza roja o barbudo cabecirrojo) es un ave neotropical de la familia Ramphastidae cuya área de distribución se extiende desde Costa Rica hasta Perú y Venezuela, ocupando zonas boscosas.|
Female of the Red-headed Barbet (Eubucco bourcierii) is a species of bird in the Ramphastidae family. It is found in Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Panama, Peru, and Venezuela. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist montane forests and heavily degraded former forest. The diet of the red-headed barbet may include bananas and other various fruits.
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Nice sharp capture of the bird, colorful bird against a green background.
This is the second bird I see from your portfolio playing hide and seek between the green leaves. It is a pity I cannot see a full body shot, but the beauty of different colours of the plumage on the upper part of the bosy makes up for what I miss. This is a super shot of a beautiful bird. I have seen many birds with a variety of colours in their plumage, but this one is an absolute eye-catcher. I like the different colours, forming segments on the plumage. The rust brown almost red eye and the almost green beak place the cherry on the cake and rounds of this beautiful photo. Thank you for sharing this beauty with us.
- [2009-01-06 12:10]
You hace used very well the DOF showing sharply the bird between two soft planes. The nird has very nice colors which are in a fine contrast with the green of the leaves.
Thank you for sharing,