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The Pacific Loon or Pacific Diver (Gavia pacifica), is a medium-sized member of the loon, or diver, family. It may be conspecific with Black-throated Diver/Arctic Loon, which it closely resembles. It breeds on deep lakes in the tundra region of Alaska and northern Canada as far east as Baffin Island, and in Russia.
Owl camouflage: Image credits: Art Wolfe
The Amazonian Royal Flycatcher is found in forests and woodlands throughout most of the Amazon basin. They are about 6 1/2 inches in length and like to dart out from branches to catch flying insects or pluck them from leaves. They build very large nests (sometimes up to 6 feet long) on a branches near water. The nest hangs over the water which makes it hard for predators to reach.
Amazonian Royal Flycatcher
LESSER GREEN BROADBILL (Calyptomena caudacuta) ©Phil Liew - 996sps By Request for “habitat of the green broadbill” (there’s also an African Green Broadbill in case this is the wrong bird :) 14 - 17cm. A plump, green bird with a short bill and a short tail. Iridiscent green plumage Yellow spot anteriorly above eye Narrow pale eyering Black spot behind ear-coverts Broad black bars and patches on wing Forehead tuft almost covers bill Females are paler green, lack black
Lesser Green Broadbill