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|A thrush nest. Those two must have been born at few hours. There is still an egg. I know that it is thrush nestling and possibly of the "Turdus leucomelas" that is called of thrush ravine. In the Workshop - Click here I put a picture of the mother keeping the nest. |
This nest was at a large tent in a friend's ranch! In WS it is observed that the nest was done on top of a close board to the roof.
Dic. Aurélio "[Of the Tupi.]
S. m. and f. Bras.
1. Zool. Designation common to several species of birds passeriformes, turdídeas, gender Turdus, of simple color, gray-oliváceo, sometimes red. They are birds very popular, good singers, and omnivorous."
Thank you for the visit.
Foto tirada na natureza. (NÃO É CATIVEIRO!!)
Photo shot in the nature. (IT IS NOT CAPTIVITY!!)
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|Caro José Reynaldo, no Photoshop CS2, acrescentei um pouco de nitidez, somente nos filhotes e no ovo, via Smart Sharpen.|
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|Uma foto da mãe cuidando dos filhotes. O ninho está a esquerda dela. Ninho feito de gravetos e barro. O barracão não tem uma das paredes laterais por isso os pássaros (mãe e pai) podem sair.|
A photo of the mother taking care of the nestlings. The nest is his left. Nest done of pieces of kindling and mud. The large tent doesn't have one of the lateral walls for that the birds (mother and father) they can leave.