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My favorite little blue footed birds! From the Galapagos Islands
Among the animals Darwin spotted on the Galapagos Islands were the blue-footed boobies, Sula nebouxii excisa. The males show off their blue feet to potential mates with high-stepping dances.
Boobies!!!! were a species of bird that Charles Darwin found on the Galapagos Islands.
Blue-Footed Booby. Galapagos island of San Cristobal. >>> I'm going here in March with Adventure Life
RED-FOOTED BOOBY (Brown morph) - Sula sula . . . There are 5 morphs: White, Black-Tailed White, Brown, White-Tailed Brown, White-Headed White-Tailed Brown . . . Tropics.
David Bate | Red-footed Booby | Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
A Blue Footed Booby, Galapagos Islands
We saw these Blue-Footed Booby (real name!) birds in the Galapagos Islands during our 2006 pilgrimage. The islands are every bit as weird and wonderful as you can imagine.
Galapagos Islands Ecuador | Phoebettmh Travel: (Ecuador) – Galápagos wildlife spotting: why you ...
Fara með krakkana að sjá lunda á Borgarfirði // Take the kids to see puffins in Borgarfjörður eystri // Puffins from bm_photo on flickr.com
I'm speechless. Look at those eyes!!! There is so much love in these eyes and when you look again you notice the heartshapes. Stunning, just absolutely stunning.
Little Auk. They live in the high arctic in thousands lay eggs on sticks in shelter of rocks or cave.
bluefooted booby - my favorite bird
#Featherstar - Tioman Island, #Malaysia
cub dance circle