Monthly Archives: October 2012

Double Trouble

In early September, a Golden-tailed Woodpecker began work on a nest hole in a dead snag of the tall Anthocleista grandiflora tree in our front garden. Great news, I thought, as I’d finally be able to follow the breeding cycle … Continue reading

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Pantanal Parrots

Poconé is a dusty little town with broad streets and simple terracotta houses. Locals peer out from under broad-rimmed hats in the shade of their porches. It could be any frontier settlement in Latin America with catholic churches outnumbered only … Continue reading

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