At its breeding ground, western sandpiper mostly eats flies and beetles, as well as other insects, spiders, and small crustaceans. During the migration and in the winter, it depends on the diet! In... Read More ⟶
In breeding areas and inland areas, a least sandpiper primarily eat fly larvae and other insects. On the coast they eat small crustaceans, snails and other marine animals.
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The Shorebirds have some interesting bill sizes, and the marbled godwit with his sword national bill is no exception. It sank into its two-ton-long and somewhat curved water. Marble Godwit Limosa... Read More ⟶
The breasts of breeding birds have only a slight hindrance to variable amounts, with Lesser Yellowlegs is a slender, long-legged noisy bird with bright-colored legs that give it its name.... Read More ⟶
Greater Yellowlegs is a bird with small heads, with bright, long necks and bright yellow legs, half again bigger than the lower Yellowlegs, smaller than the Marble Godwitts. Greater Yellowlegs are an... Read More ⟶
The Blue and Yellow Macaw are aptly named, with a very beautiful blue body and a dark lemon-yellow chest, a bird that is hard to miss. Blue and Yellow Macao (Ara ararauna), also known as... Read More ⟶
Ara is a neotropical genus of eight species of mammals and at least two extinct species of macaws. The name of the genus was coined by the French naturalist Bernard. Macao or Macau (Ara spp.) Is a... Read More ⟶