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Alvaro Rojas

Alvaro Rojas

Male. Lives in San Juan Del Río, Mexico. 31 years old.
Alvaro Rojas
Alvaro Rojas
Alvaro Rojas
Alvaro Rojas
Alvaro Rojas
Alvaro Rojas
It has a marked sexual dimorphism. Male has bluish-grey wings, tail mostly unbarred except for a black subterminal band and white to reddish tip.
Alvaro Rojas
The males, as is common in hummingbirds, are intensely territorial during the mating period and occasionally during the winter. They perch among the highest positions to allow better surveillance. The...View More
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I miss him so much, I hope to see him and that you can see him this year💞
Alvaro Rojas
This small, moderately abundant, and widespread shorebird has the broadest and southernmost breeding distribution of all the Nearctic Calidris sandpipers. 
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Their social mating system is polygamous, and individuals of both sexes are frequently unfaithful to their social partners. Social bonds are short-lived, and females may change nesting trees and socia...View More
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It has resident and migratory populations in North America, from Alaska and northern Canada south to northern Mexico. Populations from central Canada and northward are often migratory, but may winter ...View More
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Seen flying quietly over forests and farmlands. It is the most widely distributed scavenger in the New World.
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It is the only New World sparrow known to breed cooperatively; up to seven individuals attend the nest.
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Exhibiting complex geographic variation, this woodpecker is composed of 3 to 4 distinct but intergrading groups of subspecies. Earlier in the twentieth century the subspecies themselves were considere...View More
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Recent population declines of this species in some areas may be the result of parasitism by Brown-headed Cowbirds (M. ater) and Bronzed Cowbirds (M. aeneus). Changes in crops and farming practices hav...View More
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Most of their diet is based on larvae of wood boring beetles. They probe the trees, pick out where insects might be, and drill to extract them. They can even pry them out.
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It is a common inhabitant of the semi-arid forests and thickets of the western interior of the United States in summer and northern Mexico in winter. It was Allan Phillips who provided a breakthrough ...View More
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I love them, they make me very innocent ❤️
Alvaro Rojas
The species is from forest habitats, mainly pine and oak, at least 2,500 meters above sea level. Surprisingly little has been published about its ecology, behavior, or reproduction.
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