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  • Costa's hummingbird: 3 inches (9 cm) in length; 2g to 3g in weight. This flame-throated hummingbird is iridescent green above and grayish white below. The males in good light have an iridescent amethyst purple forehead and throat. Buy Prints & Cards

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  • Broad-billed Hummingbird: 4 inches (10 cm) in length; 3 g to 4 g in weight. In poor light the males appear dark with red bills and forked tails. In good light, the male's head and breast are metallic blue or blue-green. The females are a duller grey-green, but retain the dark forked tail and have red only at the base of the lower mandible. Buy Prints...

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  • The Mexican wolf (Canis lupus spp. baileyi) is an Endangered species who once inhabited mountainous areas, woodlands, and riparian habitats of the southwestern United States. 

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  • The Mexican wolf (Canis lupus spp. baileyi) is an Endangered species who once inhabited mountainous areas, woodlands, and riparian habitats of the southwestern United States. 

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  • Black-chinned Hummingbird: 3 inches (9 cm) in length; 3 to 4 g in weight. This hummingbird is iridescent green above and gray below. The male has a velvet black throat, the bottom border of which iridesces violet in good light. The dark throat patch contrasts strongly with a white upper breast, giving a collared effect. The females lack dark throat...

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  • Costa's hummingbird: 3 inches (9 cm) in length; 2g to 3g in weight. This flame-throated hummingbird is iridescent green above and grayish white below. Buy Prints & Cards

    $22.00
     
  • Broad-billed Hummingbird: 4 inches (10 cm) in length; 3 g to 4 g in weight. In poor light the males appear dark with red bills and forked tails. In good light, the male's head and breast are metallic blue or blue-green. The females are a duller grey-green, but retain the dark forked tail and have red only at the base of the lower mandible.

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  • The Mexican wolf (Canis lupus spp. baileyi) is an Endangered species who once inhabited mountainous areas, woodlands, and riparian habitats of the southwestern United States. 

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  • Broad-billed Hummingbird: 4 inches (10 cm) in length; 3 g to 4 g in weight. In poor light the males appear dark with red bills and forked tails. In good light, the male's head and breast are metallic blue or blue-green. The females are a duller grey-green, but retain the dark forked tail and have red only at the base of the lower mandible. Buy Prints...

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  • Harris's are one of only two truly cooperative hunters in the raptor world. They will live in pairs in the tropical areas, or places where prey is abundant; in areas like the Sonoran desert where prey has a lot of good cover, they have been documented in groups as large as 9 birds.  Buy Prints & Cards

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  • Harris's are one of only two truly cooperative hunters in the raptor world. They will live in pairs in the tropical areas, or places where prey is abundant; in areas like the Sonoran desert where prey has a lot of good cover, they have been documented in groups as large as 9 birds.

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  • Harris's are one of only two truly cooperative hunters in the raptor world. They will live in pairs in the tropical areas, or places where prey is abundant; in areas like the Sonoran desert where prey has a lot of good cover, they have been documented in groups as large as 9 birds.  Buy Prints & Cards

    $22.00
     
  • Harris's are one of only two truly cooperative hunters in the raptor world. They will live in pairs in the tropical areas, or places where prey is abundant; in areas like the Sonoran desert where prey has a lot of good cover, they have been documented in groups as large as 9 birds.  Buy Prints & Cards

    $22.00
     
  • Harris's are one of only two truly cooperative hunters in the raptor world. They will live in pairs in the tropical areas, or places where prey is abundant; in areas like the Sonoran desert where prey has a lot of good cover, they have been documented in groups as large as 9 birds.  Buy Prints & Cards

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  • The gray hawk (Buteo plagiatus) or Mexican goshawk is a smallish raptor found in open country and forest edges. The grey hawk is 46–61 cm (18–24 in) in length and weighs 475 g (16.8 oz) on average. The adult has a pale gray body, the tail is black with three white bands and the legs are orange. It is a solid, unpatterned gray on the upper parts. Buy...

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  • Barn owls have the best hearing of any animal tested so far; they can catch a live mouse in a completely dark room. Like most owls, their ears are asymmetrical on their head- one ear is higher than the other. This allows the owl to triangulate the sound and catch prey in a 3-dimensional space. 

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