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Coast of Viedma, Rio Negro, Argentina. The birds on the wires are patagonic parrots, and it s the biggest natural colony of these birds in the world.

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Tue Dec 29, '09 09:48PM
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Uploaded By: Bernardo Galmarini

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Aperture Value: f//6.4 Shutter Speed Value: 1/664 sec
ISO: 500 Focal Length: 500 mm
Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode Date/Time: 29/12/09 21:48:32
Exposure Bias: 0 EV Make: Canon
Model: Canon EOS 5D
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Authored by: Patrick Flynn on Wednesday, April 27 2011 @ 09:11 PM EDT Birds

Patagonic parrots - never heard of them but would love to see a close-up of one if you have it, Bernardo!

It was a great instinct to wait for the car to come along, and you captured it at just the right position. Well done!

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Hi Patrick!

Thanks for the comment. I don t have a close up of the parrots. I think they are common parrots, but they live in the coast in thousands of holes, like large buildings, and kind of balconies, etc. They fly 60 km a day everyday to search for food for the small parrots. I m sure that if you google "El Condor" "parrots" "Viedma" you will find some images. Regards!

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Authored by: Lucy Llewellyn Byard on Sunday, June 12 2011 @ 12:23 AM EDT Birds

 Bernardo, nice lines, colors and lighting. Well done.

Sri Lanka/Northern California
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