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Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker - Feeding on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom - Arizona - USA

Gila Woodpecker - Feeding on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom - Arizona - USA
CAN-3578 Gila Woodpecker - Feeding on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom Arizona - USA Melanerpes uropygialis John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for personal display purposes

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker - In flight emerging from nest in Saguaro cactus (Carnegiea gigantea)

Gila Woodpecker - In flight emerging from nest in Saguaro cactus (Carnegiea gigantea) - Sonoran Desert - Arizona - USA
CAN-3577 Gila Woodpecker - In flight emerging from nest in Saguaro cactus (Carnegiea gigantea) Sonoran Desert - Arizona - USA Melanerpes uropygialis John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker - In flight emerging from nest in Saguaro cactus (Carnegiea gigantea)

Gila Woodpecker - In flight emerging from nest in Saguaro cactus (Carnegiea gigantea) - Sonoran Desert - Arizona - USA
CAN-3575 Gila Woodpecker - In flight emerging from nest in Saguaro cactus (Carnegiea gigantea) Sonoran Desert - Arizona - USA Melanerpes uropygialis John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker - In flight landing on nest in Saguaro cactus with food for young - Sonoran Desert

Gila Woodpecker - In flight landing on nest in Saguaro cactus with food for young - Sonoran Desert - Arizona - USA
CAN-3574 Gila Woodpecker - In flight landing on nest in Saguaro cactus with food for young Sonoran Desert - Arizona - USA Melanerpes uropygialis John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker - Male and female at nest in Saguaro cactus - Arizona - USA

Gila Woodpecker - Male and female at nest in Saguaro cactus - Arizona - USA
CAN-3572 Gila Woodpecker - Male and female at nest in Saguaro cactus Arizona - USA Melanerpes uropygialis John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker - In flight emerging from nest in Saguaro cactus (Carnegiea gigantea)

Gila Woodpecker - In flight emerging from nest in Saguaro cactus (Carnegiea gigantea) - Sonoran Desert - Arizona - USA
CAN-3571 Gila Woodpecker - In flight emerging from nest in Saguaro cactus (Carnegiea gigantea) Sonoran Desert - Arizona - USA Melanerpes uropygialis John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker - In flight emerging from nest in Saguaro cactus (Carnegiea gigantea)

Gila Woodpecker - In flight emerging from nest in Saguaro cactus (Carnegiea gigantea) - Sonoran Desert - Arizona - USA
CAN-3570 Gila Woodpecker - In flight emerging from nest in Saguaro cactus (Carnegiea gigantea) Sonoran Desert - Arizona - USA Melanerpes uropygialis John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker - Feeding on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom - Sonoran Desert

Gila Woodpecker - Feeding on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom - Sonoran Desert - Arizona - USA
CAN-3568 Gila Woodpecker - Feeding on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom Sonoran Desert - Arizona - USA Melanerpes uropygialis John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for personal

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker - In flight emerging from nest with young in Saguaro cactus - Sonoran Desert

Gila Woodpecker - In flight emerging from nest with young in Saguaro cactus - Sonoran Desert - Arizona - USA
CAN-3567 Gila Woodpecker - In flight emerging from nest with young in Saguaro cactus Sonoran Desert - Arizona - USA Melanerpes uropygialis John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for personal

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker - In flight Landing on nest in Saguaro cactus - Sonoran Desert - Arizona - USA

Gila Woodpecker - In flight Landing on nest in Saguaro cactus - Sonoran Desert - Arizona - USA
CAN-3566 Gila Woodpecker - In flight Landing on nest in Saguaro cactus Sonoran Desert - Arizona - USA Melanerpes uropygialis John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for personal display purposes

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker - In flight emerging from nest in Saguaro cactus - Sonoran Desert - Arizona - USA

Gila Woodpecker - In flight emerging from nest in Saguaro cactus - Sonoran Desert - Arizona - USA
CAN-3559 Gila Woodpecker - In flight emerging from nest in Saguaro cactus Sonoran Desert - Arizona - USA Melanerpes uropygialis John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for personal display

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Spectacled Caiman - feeding Llanos, Venezuela

Spectacled Caiman - feeding Llanos, Venezuela
WAT-8361 Spectacled / common CAIMAN - feeding on fish Llanos, Venezuela Caiman crocodilus Distribution: Central America and northern South America M

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Mata Mata / Matamata Turtle - underwater. Venezuela

Mata Mata / Matamata Turtle - underwater. Venezuela
WAT-8819 Mata Mata / Matamata Turtle - underwater Venezuela Chelus fimbriatus Distribution: from the Amazon and Orinoco river systems in Venezuela and Colombia

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Mata Mata / Matamata Turtle - underwater. Venezuela

Mata Mata / Matamata Turtle - underwater. Venezuela
WAT-8818 Mata Mata / Matamata Turtle - underwater. Venezuela Chelus fimbriatus Distribution: from the Amazon and Orinoco river systems in Venezuela and Colombia

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Mata Mata / Matamata Turtle - underwater. Venezuela

Mata Mata / Matamata Turtle - underwater. Venezuela
WAT-8817 Mata Mata / Matamata Turtle - underwater Venezuela Chelus fimbriatus Distribution: from the Amazon and Orinoco river systems in Venezuela and Colombia

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Mata Mata / Matamata Turtle - underwater. Venezuela

Mata Mata / Matamata Turtle - underwater. Venezuela
WAT-8816 Mata Mata / Matamata Turtle - underwater Venezuela Chelus fimbriatus Distribution: from the Amazon and Orinoco river systems in Venezuela and Colombia

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker Feeding young at nest in Cactus Feeds on nectar

Gila Woodpecker Feeding young at nest in Cactus Feeds on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom - helps
CAN-2021 Gila Woodpecker - Feeding young at nest in Cactus. Arizona, USA Melanerpes uropygialis Feeds on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus flowers - helps pollinate cactus

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker Feeding on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom - helps pollinate

Gila Woodpecker Feeding on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom - helps pollinate cactus - makes holes in
CAN-2016 Gila Woodpecker - Feeding on nectar and insects from Saguaro cactus flower. Arizona, USA Melanerpes uropygialis Helps pollinate cactus

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker Feeding on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom - helps pollinate

Gila Woodpecker Feeding on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom - helps pollinate cactus - makes holes in
CAN-2015 Gila Woodpecker - Feeding on nectar and insects from Saguaro cactus flower. Arizona, USA Melanerpes uropygialis Helps pollinate cactus

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker Feeding on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom - helps pollinate

Gila Woodpecker Feeding on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom - helps pollinate cactus - makes holes in
CAN-2014 Gila Woodpecker - Feeding on nectar and insects in Saguaro cactus flowers. Arizona, USA Melanerpes uropygialis Helps pollinate cactus

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Swallow In flight

Swallow In flight
BB-580 Common / Barn SWALLOW - in flight, with insect in mouth Hirundo rustica Brian Bevan Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Giant Anteater - in water

Giant Anteater - in water
WAT-9021 Giant Anteater - in water Llanos, Venezuela Myrmecophaga tridactyla M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Giant Anteater - in water

Giant Anteater - in water
WAT-9020 Giant Anteater - in water Llanos, Venezuela Myrmecophaga tridactyla M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker - Arizona - Feeding on nectar in Aloe Vera blossoms- Common Sonoran desert

Gila Woodpecker - Arizona - Feeding on nectar in Aloe Vera blossoms- Common Sonoran desert resident - Overall range
CAN-2969 Gila Woodpecker - feeding on nectar in Aloe Vera blossoms Arizona, USA Melanerpes uropygialis Common Sonoran desert resident, overall range from southwestern U.S. to central Mexico

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Red-winged Blackbird-Male-New York, USA - Male courtship display-Abundant in marshes

Red-winged Blackbird-Male-New York, USA - Male courtship display-Abundant in marshes and fields-Occurs throughout U. S
CAN-2247 Red-winged Blackbird - adult male performing courtship display New York, USA Agelaius phoeniceus Abundant in marshes and fields. Occurs throughout USA, much of Canada and Mexico

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Red-winged Blackbird - Male -Abundant in marshes and fields-Occurs throughout U. S

Red-winged Blackbird - Male -Abundant in marshes and fields-Occurs throughout U. S
CAN-2246 Red-winged BLACKBIRD - Adult male showing dark black with red and yellow shoulder patches. Males establish territories in marshes in spring and early summer

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker - In flight, leaving nest. Feeds on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus

Gila Woodpecker - In flight, leaving nest. Feeds on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom - helps pollinate
CAN-2173 Gila Woodpecker - In flight, leaving nest. Arizona, USA Melanerpes uropygialis John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker - At nest with food in mouth, Feeds on nectar

Gila Woodpecker - At nest with food in mouth, Feeds on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom - helps
CAN-2172 Gila Woodpecker - At nest with food in mouth Arizona, USA Melanerpes uropygialis Feeds on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom, helps pollinate cactus

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker In flight, leaving nest with food in mouth. Feeds on nectar

Gila Woodpecker In flight, leaving nest with food in mouth. Feeds on nectar
CAN-2171 Gila Woodpecker - In flight, leaving nest with food in mouth Arizona, USA Melanerpes uropygialis John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker - In flight, leaving nest. Feeds on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus

Gila Woodpecker - In flight, leaving nest. Feeds on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom - helps pollinate
CAN-2169 Gila Woodpecker - In flight, leaving nest. Arizona, USA Melanerpes uropygialis Makes holes in Saguaro cactus for their nests which are then used by other birds

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker - in flight, leaving nest. Feeds on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus

Gila Woodpecker - in flight, leaving nest. Feeds on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom - helps pollinate
CAN-2168 Gila Woodpecker - in flight, leaving nest Arizona, USA Melanerpes uropygialis Feeds on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom, helps pollinate cactus

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker - in flight, entering nest with food in mouth - Feeds on nectar

Gila Woodpecker - in flight, entering nest with food in mouth - Feeds on nectar
CAN-2167 Gila Woodpecker - in flight, entering nest with food in mouth Arizona, USA Melanerpes uropygialis John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Red-winged Blackbird - Male courtship display-Abundant in marshes and fields-Occurs throughout U. S

Red-winged Blackbird - Male courtship display-Abundant in marshes and fields-Occurs throughout U. S
CAN-2131 Red-winged Blackbird - Male courtship display New York, USA Agelaius phoeniceus John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Red-winged Blackbird - Male courtship display-Abundant in marshes and fields-Occurs throughout U. S

Red-winged Blackbird - Male courtship display-Abundant in marshes and fields-Occurs throughout U. S
CAN-2130 Red-winged Blackbird - Male courtship display New York, USA Agelaius phoeniceus John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Red-winged Blackbird - Male courtship display-Abundant in marshes and fields-Occurs throughout U. S

Red-winged Blackbird - Male courtship display-Abundant in marshes and fields-Occurs throughout U. S
CAN-2129 Red-winged Blackbird - Male courtship display New York, USA Agelaius phoeniceus John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Red-winged Blackbird - Female perched on reed. Abundant in marshes and fields-Occurs throughout U. S

Red-winged Blackbird - Female perched on reed. Abundant in marshes and fields-Occurs throughout U. S
CAN-2128 Red-winged Blackbird - Female perched on reed. New York, USA Agelaius phoeniceus John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Red-winged Blackbird - Male with mouth open perched on reed. Male courtship display-Abundant in

Red-winged Blackbird - Male with mouth open perched on reed. Male courtship display-Abundant in marshes
CAN-2127 Red-winged Blackbird - Male with mouth open perched on reed. Male courtship display New York, USA Agelaius phoeniceus John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for personal display purposes

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker In flight, arriving at nest in Cactus Feeds on nectar

Gila Woodpecker In flight, arriving at nest in Cactus Feeds on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom - helps
CAN-2032 Gila Woodpecker - in flight, arriving at nest in Cactus. Arizona, USA Melanerpes uropygialis Makes holes in Saguaro cactus for their nests which are then used by other birds

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker In flight leaving nest in Cactus Feeds on nectar

Gila Woodpecker In flight leaving nest in Cactus Feeds on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom - helps
CAN-2030 Gila Woodpecker - in flight leaving nest in Cactus Arizona, USA Melanerpes uropygialis Makes holes in Saguaro cactus for their nests which are then used by other birds

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker In flight leaving nest in Cactus Feeds on nectar

Gila Woodpecker In flight leaving nest in Cactus Feeds on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom - helps
CAN-2029 Gila Woodpecker - in flight leaving nest in Cactus Arizona, USA Melanerpes uropygialis Makes holes in Saguaro cactus for their nests which are then used by other birds

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker Leaving nest in Cactus Feeds on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom

Gila Woodpecker Leaving nest in Cactus Feeds on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom - helps pollinate
CAN-2027 Gila Woodpecker - Leaving nest in cactus Arizona, USA Melanerpes uropygialis Makes holes in Saguaro cactus for their nests which are then used by other birds. Common Sonoran desert resident

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker Leaving nest in Cactus Feeds on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom

Gila Woodpecker Leaving nest in Cactus Feeds on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom - helps pollinate
CAN-2026 Gila Woodpecker - Leaving nest in Cactus. Arizona, USA Melanerpes uropygialis Makes holes in Saguaro cactus for their nests which are then used by other birds

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker At nest in Cactus Feeds on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom

Gila Woodpecker At nest in Cactus Feeds on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom - helps pollinate cactus
CAN-2024 Gila Woodpecker - At nest in Cactus Arizona, USA Melanerpes uropygialis Feeds on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus flowers - helps pollinate cactus

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker Feeding young at nest in Cactus Feeds on nectar

Gila Woodpecker Feeding young at nest in Cactus Feeds on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom - helps
CAN-2019 Gila Woodpecker - Feeding young at nest in Cactus. Arizona, USA Melanerpes uropygialis Feeds on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus flowers - helps pollinate cactus

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker - Appearing from hole in Cactus Feeds on nectar

Gila Woodpecker - Appearing from hole in Cactus Feeds on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom - helps
CAN-2018 Gila Woodpecker - Appearing from nest hole in Saguaro CactusArizona, USA Melanerpes uropygialis Makes holes in Saguaro cactus for nests which are then used by other birds

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Gila Woodpecker - Feeding on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom - helps pollinate

Gila Woodpecker - Feeding on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom - helps pollinate cactus - makes holes in
CAN-2015-c Gila Woodpecker - Feeding on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus blossom Arizona, USA Melanerpes uropygialis Helps pollinate cactus

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Bare faced Ibis

Bare faced Ibis
WAT-9050 Bare-faced Ibis Llanos, Venezuela Phimosus infuscatus M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageImages Dated 26th April 2004: Bare faced Ibis

Bare faced Ibis
WAT-9049 Bare-faced Ibis Llanos, Venezuela Phimosus infuscatus M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.



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