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Temminck's Tragopan (M)
64cm. Red and orange, white-spotted plumage, black bill, pink legs, bare blue facial skin, inflatable dark-blue lappet and horns. The female is a white-spotted brown bird with blue circular eye skin.
Northeast India, northwest Vietnam, Tibet northern provinces of China, and northern Burma
The diet includes berries, grass, plants, shoots, fruits and insects.
They take over an abandoned nest and the female lines it with leaves and twigs. 3-4 eggs are laid and are incubated by the female for 28-30 days. The young develop very quickly and are able to fly just days after hatching.
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真是漂亮的鳥 色彩華麗 豔麗逼人 真是美麗 眼神可愛
Very colorful bird and very precise capture.
- [2013-08-18 7:24]
Stupendo uccello ripreso da una ottima angolatura. Notevoli i dettagli e la nitidezza. Well done.