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Sunset near Trinidad, Cuba

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Sunset near Trinidad, Cuba




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Boat-billed Flycatcher (Megarynchus pitangua)

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The Boat-billed Flycatcher (Megarynchus pitangua) is a passerine bird. It is a large tyrant flycatcher, the only member, monotypic, of the genus Megarynchus.

It breeds in open woodland with some tall trees from Mexico south to Bolivia and Argentina, and through to Trinidad.

The nest, built by the female, is an open saucer of sticks. The typical clutch is two or three whitish eggs heavily blotched with brown. These are incubated mostly by the female for 17–18 days with a further 24 days to fledging.

Adult Boat-billed Flycatchers are one of the largest species of tyrant flycatcher, measuring 23 cm (9.1 in) long and weighing 70 g (2.5 oz.).

The massive black bill, which gives this species its English and generic names, is the best distinction from the similar Great Kiskadee, which also has more rufous tail and wings, and lacks the olive tone to the upperparts. The call is a strident trilled nya, nya, nya.

Boat-billed Flycatchers wait on a concealed perch high in a tree and sally out to catch insects in flight. They will also take invertebrates off the foliage and eat some berries.

Another image of the boat-billed flycatchcer can be seen in the first comment section.




Torre Manaca, trinidad (cuba)

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White-winged Becard

Blanchisseuse Road, Trinidad




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Cocoa Woodcreeper

Asa Wright Nature Center, Trinidad




Los músicos de Trinidad

Trinidad, Cuba
Septiembre 2018




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Proud mama duck

Cairina moschata

• Muscovy duck
• Pato criollo

Scientific classification
Kingdom:Animalia
Phylum:Chordata
Class:Aves
Order:Anseriformes
Family:Anatidae
Genus:Cairina
Species:C. moschata

Reserva de Flora y Fauna Dr. Rodolfo Talice
Trinidad, Flores,Uruguay

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We Patiently Wait

“And we wondering, when we'll be free
So we patiently wait for that faithful day
It's not far away but for now we say
When I get older, I will be stronger
They'll call me freedom just like a wavin' flag
And then it goes back, and then it goes back
And then it goes back, oh.”

Wavin’ Flag | K’naan
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A man patiently waits between the symbolic flags attached to the front of each of the “Tadjahs,” before the start of the procession of the colourful floats commemorating the Muslim day of Ashura or Hosay, as it is locally called on the Caribbean island of Trinidad. The flags, one red and the other green, bear either crescent moon shapes or hands, which symbolize the deaths of the two brothers, Hussein (red) and Hassan (green). Cedros, Trinidad & Tobago.




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Caribana, July 30, 2016,
Exhibition Place, Toronto.

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