Cuervillo cara pelada (Bare-faced Ibis) Phimosus infuscatus



En contadas ocasiones y vaya a saber por que motivo, los Cuervillos cara pelada abandonan la comodidad de su hábitat para regalarnos poses interesantes a los fotógrafos.

A veces perchan en los postes del costado del camino quizás con la finalidad de aprovechar mejor los rayos de sol para calentarse un poco el cuerpo cuando las temperaturas son bajas, como en este caso en el que Willy en Camba Trapo pudo fotografiar a este Cuervillo desde la comodidad del auto.

 

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Cuervillo cara pelada (Bare-faced Ibis) Phimosus infuscatus

 

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Dedicated to bird photography as a hobby since 2010. In my blog I show some of the wealth of the country's most important area for bird watching in Argentina, only in my province there are 600 species of birds.

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Marcelo Allende

Dedicated to bird photography as a hobby since 2010. In my blog I show some of the wealth of the country's most important area for bird watching in Argentina, only in my province there are 600 species of birds.

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