The Yellow-legged Tinamou is a tinamídeo endemic of Brazil, where it is known as Jaó do Sul. Is threatened by hunting and habitat reduction. Listed by IUCN as Near Threatened in http://www.iucnredlist.org/details/100060034/0
Brazilian photographer of birds and nature. He is 35 years old, lives in Espirito Santo, Brazil, and he loves to be a birdwatching. Since 2007, he joined his two passions: photography and wildlife, especially birds in nature. Through his photos, he wants to show the beauty of his country as a call for environmental preservation and awareness.
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