Español: Hacer click en la imagen del colibri para la investigación respectiva.
English: By clicking in the picture of the Hummingbird below, you will discover about the plants for attracting Hummingbirds.
ORNITHOLOGICAL NEWS THROUGH PICTURES
May 24, 25, 26, 2020
Photograph from a volunteering program which it is run by BIRD-FRIENDLY AMAZONIAN. It was taken during activities done in Leonardo Salgado's Bird-friendly Property. It is located in Macas, capital of the Province of Morona Santiago.
Photograph by Fredd Velasco. Eggs from a Ground Dove. He is living in a Bird-friendly Property. He is living in Archidona-Province of Napo. Ecuadorian Amazonian. Our Bird-friendly citizen is monitoring birds behaviour in his property.
Lined Antshrike by Fredd Velasco. This species is in state of vulnerability. It is in the family Thamnophilidae.
Painting dedicated to the recuperation of forests in Ecuadorian Amazonian. It was illustrated by Antonio Rivadeneira.
This plant attracts to the Lined Antshrike.
Heliconia bihai attracts to Hummingbirds in the species of Hermits.
Dragonfly from a Bird-friendly Site.
A Short-crested Flycatcher perching on a branch of Yellow Bamboo. This is in the Sanitary Landfill of Puyo-City, Province of Pastaza.
Boayacu River, in Puyo-City, Province of Pastaza. The photograph describes a rainy season in this land.
Site with orni-diversity in Puyo-City-Province of Pastaza. It is a walk surrounded by nature which extends along Boayacu Puyu River. We can find Green-and-gold Tanagers in this bird-populated site.
Miconia minutiflora(Bonpl.) DC. Family: Melastomataceae. This kind of Miconia usually attracts to many Tanagers and Allies, in the family Thraupidae,
We have to identify this kind of leaves so we can find these Miconias in the field and we could bring out limbs from this plant in order to orni-reforest in our bird-friendly Property so we could attract the Tanagers from the natural surroundings. We are going to share some of them with you in the coming days. www.biologyonline.com/dictionary/branch
CURSO DE SOCIALIZACON DEL PROYECTO 'PROPIEDADES AMIGABLES CON LAS AVES'.
COURSE OF SOCIALIZATION OF THE PROJECT "BIRD-FRIENDLY PROPERTIES.
Español: CURSO DE SOCIALIZACION PARA LA ADECUACIÓN DE PROPIEDADES AMIGABLES CON LAS AVES EN LA REGIÓN AMAZÓNICA ECUATORIANA.
English: SOCIALIZATION ABOUT IMPORTANT ASPECTS FOR THE ADEQUATION OF BIRD-FRIENDLY PROPERTIES IN ECUADORIAN AMAZONIAN WITH THE PURPOSE TO RECUPERATE WILD BIRDS.
LOS COLORES/THE COLORS
SIGNIFICADO Y PSICOLOGIA/MEANING AND PSYCHOLOGY
Turquoise es el color de la calma y la fraternidad. Representa la paz interior. Emite energías positivas. Es un color que se puede usar para crear bases de datos de aves que residan en nuestra "Propiedad Amigable con Las Aves" demostrando espíritu conservador en el desarrollo del trabajo. Con el color puedes demostrar tu comportamiento conservacionista. Este color te trae energías de sabiduría que motivan a solucionar problemas, en este caso, los problemas de impacto ambiental que amenaza la vida de las aves silvestres. Al crear una base de datos en color Turqueza, estamos expresando que estas aves existen en mi Propiedad como resultado de un Plan de Manejo que permite atraer y albergar aves silvestres específicas en nuestra propiedad.
Turquoise will bring you energies of wisdom and understanding that will encourage creative problem-solving. It will also enhance your psychic abilities. It's a powerful stone of spiritual attunement, and when you use it with Smoky Quartz, it will help you manifest your clairvoyant and clairaudient abilities.
PARCHES ECOLOGICOS / ECOLOGICAL PATCHES.
Patch, a term fundamental to landscape ecology, is defined as a relatively homogeneous area that differs from its surroundings. Patches are the basic unit of the landscape that change and fluctuate, a process called patch dynamics. www.britannica.com/science/patch-dynamics
PARTES DE UNA PLANTA / PARTS OF A PLANT.
The stem is one of the vascular plants’ structural axes. The term stems is often confused with shoots; shoots are basically the new fresh plant that grows without the stem being included. The plant stem is normally divided into nodes and internodes, wherein the nodes are responsible in holding the buds that will soon grow into leaves, cones, other stems, and inflorescences (flowers). The term internode is used to desribe the distance from one node to another. In the majority of plants, stems are usually located above the surface of the soil, though there are also some plants with stems that run underground. www.plant-biology.com/Stem.php