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|From my Christmas vacation in Mexico.|
The surprise of the trip and a new bird for me.
The spot-breasted wren (Pheugopedius maculipectus) is a species of bird in the Troglodytidae family.
Found from northeast Mexico south to northeast Costa Rica, the Spot-breasted Wren is not entirely confined to the Atlantic (Caribbean) slope of Middle America, also ranging to the other side of the Continental Divide in southern Mexico, Guatemala, and El Salvador. It is generally common, being found in a wide variety of wooded habitats, including second growth and plantations, where it forages, apparently for insects (although the species’ diet has not been studied) in low tangles and other dense vegetation. Its cheerful gurgling song recalls that of the wholly allopatric Happy Wren (Pheugopedius felix), which is endemic to western Mexico.
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- [2015-01-11 16:10]
Olá Mario excelente foto com nitidez muito boa,magnifica foto meus parabéns.
- [2015-01-11 18:07]
Congratulations on a new bird for you. Captured nicely by your lens and displaying good detail and beautiful natural colors.
Another stunning shot; beautiful bird captured in an elegant pose. Superb details as usual and a lovely painting like BG. Thanks for sharing,
SUPERB CAPTURE with fine details and pose.
- [2015-01-12 15:25]
Hi Mario,absolutely perfect and very interesting as usual,your mexican gallery is a great spectacle and this is another great example.Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano