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Great Egret, Ardea alba; Black Duck Marsh, Chincoteague National Wildlife...

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Caption: Great Egret, Ardea alba; Black Duck Marsh, Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, Virginia, Chincoteague, Delmarva Peninsula, Eastern Shore, Chincoteague Island, Chincoteague Is., USA, sunrise, daybreak, sun up, sunrises, morning, dawn, dramatic color, animals; wildlife; birds, avain, aves, bird; egret; great egret; GBHE, largest heron, widespread, wading bird, gray bird, White crown stripe, predator, long neck, s-curved neck, black plume, long legged, fish-eating, active in morning, active at dusk, crepuscular, extremely territorial, sharp bill, spear-like bill, sight hunter, silent, patient, deliberate, stalking, waiting, striking, adaptable, predatory, shaggy ruff, shaggy feathers, CHIN013291zs.tif
Location: Black Duck Marsh
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black-and-white ruffed lemur, Varecia variegata, is the more endangered of the two species of ruffed lemurs, both of which are endemic to the island of Madagascar. endangered species, Andasibe Mantadia National Park, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, It is the best park for the indri, the largest lemur, and two of the 62 resident groups have been habituated, making them easy to see. There are eight other species of lemur in Andasibe and the most commonly seen include the grey bamboo lemurs, brown lemurs and woolly lemurs. There are some wonderful chameleons in the reserve including the two-foot long Parson's chameleon and the tiny nose-horned chameleon. Frogs are plentiful and birding highlights include Madagascar blue pigeon, coral-billed nuthatches and the Madagascar long-eared owl. There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, LemurBWR3338_PL.tiff
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