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Jul 222012
 

Dia 26/05 tive um treinamento às 08:30h no Eldorado. Saí de casa mais cedo, por volta das 06:30h, com o objetivo de procurar o mocho-dos-banhados.

Ano passado eu vi um casal de mocho lá dentro da unicamp, ao lado do Instituto Eldorado. Depois nunca mais vi o bicho. Porém essa semana, fiquei sabendo que ele continua em Campinas, nas proximidades da Unicamp.

A manhã não estava boa, muita neblina cobria boa parte de Campinas. Procurei o bicho, e nada.

Fui para o treinamento, e na saída, dei uma volta pela Unicamp, quando me deparei com um carcará sobre um saco de lixo. Achei curioso e resolvi parar.

O bicho começou a furar o saco de lixo, até conseguir tirar restos do que parecia ser um marmitex. Fiquei impressionado com sua capacidade de fuçar no lixo, abrí-lo até conseguir o que queria. Seguem fotos…

Carcará / Caracara plancus

Carcará / Caracara plancus

Carcará / Caracara plancus

Carcará / Caracara plancus

Carcará / Caracara plancus

Carcará / Caracara plancus

Carcará / Caracara plancus

Carcará / Caracara plancus

Carcará / Caracara plancus

Carcará / Caracara plancus

Jefferson Silva

Jefferson R. de O. e Silva

Jefferson Silva is based in Brazil and is a project manager for software development projects. He has been birding since 2004. Jefferson has created the first Brazilian birding website, which was kept running from 2005 to 2009. He has created the birding group for Campinas and region, with around 20 members. Since 2011, Jefferson has traveled searching for new species, photographing as many as he can, and sharing all experiences, trying to make people understand how important any form of life is.


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