THE ENCHANTED FOREST🦉🦅 / EL BOSQUE ENCANTADO(EN-ES)👨‍💻📚

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Hello feathered lovers, I had some time without creating content about these beautiful animals that many know are my favorites! Today we are going to take a trip to a very fun theme park, we will attend a bird exhibition in Lisbon to learn a lot about these very intelligent animals, we are going to learn some curiosities about macaws and other very strange-looking birds! My intention is to create a post with a video to bring you something more educational, and don't worry, it's translated into English!!! Are you ready for this adventure? THEN LET'S FLY xD🤯🐦🐧🦉

Hola amantes de los emplumados, tenia algo de tiempo sin crear contenido sobre estos hermosos animales que muchos saben que son mis favoritos!! hoy vamos a realizar un viaje en un parque tematico y muy divertido, precenciaremos una exhibicion de aves en Lisboa para conocer mucho sobre estos animales tan inteligentes, vamos aprender algunas curiosidades sobre los guacamayos y otras aves de aspecto muy extraños! mi intencion es crear un post con un video para traerles algo mas didactivo, y no te preocupes esta traducido al ingles!!! estas preparado para esta aventura?? ENTONCES VOLEMOS xD 🦅🦆🦜🦢

Very intelligent animals 🦜/ Animales muy inteligentes🙇‍♂️📚

Our experience begins with this cute parrot that was born in the facilities of this park and despite the fact that it is 25 years old, it is considered young because they are animals that can live in captivity for up to 80 years, firstly because they have good hygiene and feeding conditions. that they have no predators! The Amazona amazonica species has a very curious behavior during the day they move in pairs, but when night falls they gather in large groups to protect each other!🦜🦜😨
Nuestra experiencia comienza con este lindo papagayo que nacio en las instalaciones de este parque y que apesar de que tiene 25 años de edad es considerado joven porque son animales que pueden vivir en cautiverio hasta 80 años, primeramente porque tienen buenas condiciones de higiene y alimentacion ademas de que no tienen predadores! la especie Amazona amazonica tiene un comportamiento muy curioso en el dia se mueven en parejas, pero cuando cae la noche se juntan en grupos amplios para protegerse entre ellos! 🦅🤔🧠🙇‍♂️

As you can see, the species is native to South America, very common in urban parks, mangroves, humid forests, wooded savannahs, they can weigh up to 470 grams, they do not have sexual dimorphism, therefore the female and the male are physically the same! and they can only be differentiated with a genetic test of "Sexage" when there are no resources available in the area they end up making great trips in flocks in search of fruits or seeds!📚🦜🍎🍇🥭🍍
Como puedes observar la especie es nativa de america del sur, muy comun de parques urbanos, manglares, selvas humedas, sabanas arbolizadas, pueden llegar a pesar hasta 470 gramos, no tienen dimorfismo sexual por tanto la hembra y el macho son fisicamente iguales! y solo pueden ser diferenciados con una prueba genetica de "Sexaje" cuando no hay disponibilidad de recursos en la zona acaban por hacer grandes viajes en bandadas en busca de frutas o semillas!🌳🌴🍂🍓🍒🍑

Psittacidae are very intelligent birds and as they have a highly developed tongue to feed on fruits and seeds, adding to this they have mobility in the muscles of the trachea and have an organ called "syrinx" all this combined allows them to repeat sounds! YOU DON'T TALK... THEY REPEAT... They can also memorize certain patterns.📚😨📚
los Psittacidae son aves muy inteligentes y como tienen una lengua muy desarrollada para alimentarse de las frutas y las semillas, sumando a esto que tienen movilidad en los musculos de la traquea y poseer un organo llamado "siringe" todo esto combinado les permite repetir sonidos! NO HABLAS... REPITEN... Ademas pueden memorizar ciertos patrones. 🧠🙇‍♂️😮

A mythical and sacred bird🦅/ Un ave mitica y sagrada🙇‍♂️📚

Our next bird is the sacred ibis, this bird has thousands of years of history and in ancient Egypt it was associated with the rainy season, since when it made its migrations it coincided with the rains, so the Egyptians thought it was a "sign divine" so much so that they created a god with their physical characteristics!🌏🌊💧🕎🛐
Nuestra siguiente ave se trata del ibis sagrado, esta ave tiene miles de años de historia y en el antiguo egipto fue asociada con la epoca de lluvia, ya que cuando realizaba sus migraciones coincidia con las lluvias por tanto los egipcios pensaron que era una "senal divina" tanto que crearon un dios con sus caracteristicas fisicas!🦢🦉👨‍🏫

This species of bird is endemic to Africa and some areas of the "middle east", it can be seen in mangroves, estuaries, shallow lakes! it is actually a fishing bird and we can see that in its curved beak adapted to hunt fish and molluscs, some capable of capturing amphibians, they are diurnal birds that prefer a sociable life and almost always move in flocks! they can weigh up to a kilo and a half, they are not usually noisy but in the reproductive season the males make very loud sounds!😮🦉🦅
Esta especie de ave es endemica de africa y algunas zonas del "oriente medio", puede ser vista en manglares, estuarios, lagos pocos profundos! en realidad es un ave pescadora y podemos ver eso en su pico curvado adaptado para cazar peces y moluscos algunos capaces de capturar anfibios, son aves diurnas que prefieren una vida sociable y casi siempre se desplazan en bandadas! pueden llegar a pesar hasta un kilo y medio, no acostumbran a ser ruidosas pero en epoca reproductiva los machos hacen sonidos muy fuertes!🙋‍♂️🕵️‍♂️👨‍🏫

The bird is considered a migratory species within the African continent, they can travel hundreds of kilometers in search of resources! Unlike parrots, some ibis prefer to be in smaller groups, so they can opt for a "gregarious" behavior, that is, small isolated groups!👨‍🎓👨‍🏫👨‍💻
El ave es considerada como una especie migratoria dentro del continente africano, pueden hacer recorridos de cientos de kilometros en busca de recursos! a diferencia de los papagayos algunas ibis prefieren estar en grupos mas pequeños por tanto pueden optar por una conducta "gregaria" osea de pequeños grupos aislados!🕵️‍♂️🦢🧠👨‍🎓

The green-winged macaw is another of the beautiful birds that we could see in the park, these birds are sociable and can live both in pairs and in flocks, they practice monogamy therefore they "marry for life", they have a way of Very noisy communication, they don't mind mixing with other species of macaws... As they say over there, more eyes are better... more protection!!🧠👨‍💻🦅
La guacamaya de alas verdes es otra de las lindas aves que pudimos ver en el parque, estas aves son sociables y pueden vivir tanto en parejas como en bandadas, practican la monogamia por tanto se "casan para toda la vida", tienen una forma de comunicacion muy ruidosa, no les importa mezclarse con otras especies de guacamayas... Como dicen por alli mas ojos mejor... mas proteccion!!🦜🍎🍇🥭

Bird native to South America, common in humid forests with lowlands, tropical forests and savannahs, can be seen in cities such as in the capital of Venezuela! They can weigh up to 1.7 kilos. They are powerful birds with a beak capable of opening the hardest seeds in the Amazon! her diet is frugivorous and granivorous, she is also monogamous and marries her partner for life!🙋‍♂️📚🙇‍♂️
Ave nativa de america del sur, comun de bosques humedos con tierras bajas, bosques tropicales y savanas, pueden ser vistas en las ciudades tal sucede en la capital de Venezuela! pueden llegar a pesar hasta 1,7kilos son aves poderosas con un pico capaz de abrir las semillas mas duras del amazonas! su dieta es frugivora y granivora, tambien es monogamica y se casa para toda la vida con su pareja!🦜💖💞🦜

The eggs are hatched by the female and after hatching they are very dependent on the parents, and as a good teamwork the female never leaves the nest and depends on the male for food! practicing this behavior has its advantages and disadvantages because when a couple dies the next generation is cut off! but taking care of the eggs in this way maximizes the hatching and survival of the chicks until they are adults!😮🧠💞
Los huevos son empollados por la hembra y luego de nacer son muy dependientes de los padres, y como un buen trabajo en equipo la hembra nunca abandona el nido y depende del macho para alimentarse! practicar esta conducta tiene sus ventajas y desventajas porque cuando una pareja muere se corta la proxima generacion! pero cuidar de esta forma los huevos maximiza la eclosion y supervivencia de los polluelos hasta ser adultos!📚🙇‍♂️👨‍💻

incredible birds🦜/ Animales muy inteligentes🙇‍♂️📚

It is enough to see a bird with a neck and head without feathers to recognize that it is a scavenger, imagine eating rotting meat and dirtying your head? how do you clean yourself with that beak? How do you avoid diseases in your feathers? the answer is a head and neck without feathers! It is a specialist in its food and can be both a scavenger and a hunter, to be more specific a fisherman! There are photographic records of this bird capturing flamingos to feed itself... Wow!😨🧠😮
Basta con ver un ave con un cuello y cabeza sin plumas para reconocer que es un carroñero, imagina comer carne en descomposicion y te ensucies la cabeza? como te limpias con ese pico? como evitas enfermedades en tus plumas? la respuesta es una cabeza y cuello sin plumas! es un especialista en su alimentacion y puede ser tanto carroñera como cazadora, para ser mas especifico pescadora! hay registros fotograficos de esta ave capturando flamencos para alimentarse... Wuao!!🤢🤣

This bird was born in the park and has been with the research team for more than 45 years, which is not surprising because its life expectancy is only 15 years! It is common to the African continent and is commonly seen in swampy areas and savannahs, it has adaptations in its legs and its beak that allows them to feel vibrations in the water to detect possible prey. A NATO survivor!😏😱
Esta ave nacio en el parque y tiene con el equipo de investigadores mas de 45 años, cosa muy poco extraña porque su esperanza de vida es de tan solo 15 años! es comun del continente africano y es visto comunmente en zonas pantanosas y sabanas, tiene adaptaciones en las patas y su pico que les permite sentir vibraciones dentro del agua para detectar posibles presas. Un sobreviviente NATO!👨‍💻🦅

Hunter Specialist🦜/ Especialistas cazando🙇‍♂️📚

We leave the scavengers and opportunistic birds aside and pass with specialized hunting birds, as you can see these birds do not have eyes like a macaw on the sides of their heads, these birds of prey have their eyes in front of their heads and it allows them to make distance calculations, therefore they usually do not fail when they go in search of prey😱💥💥
Dejamos las aves carroñeras y oportunistas aun lado y pasamos con aves especialistas en cazar, como puedes ver estas aves no tienen los ojos como una guacamaya a los lados de la cabeza, estas aves de rapiña tienen sus ojos en frente de su cabeza y les permite hacer calculos de distancia, por tanto normalmente no suelen fallar cuando van en busca de una presa🦅🦅🦅

You have probably wondered why they are held with leather gloves and it is that few know but the eagles of prey have muscles in their "legs" that have a "safety" mechanism when they close the claws they do not open easily, this is for don't drop your food in flight! so if a bird of prey landed on your arm and activated that mechanism, you would probably have to tear your hand off before it would let you go... Incredible, right?😨😱😱😱
Probablemente alguna vez te preguntaste porque son sujetas con guantes de cuero y es que pocos saben pero las aguilas de rapiña tienen unos musculos en sus "patas" que tienen un mecanismo de "seguridad" cuando cierran las garras no se abren facilmente, esto es para no dejar caer su alimento en vuelo! por lo que si un ave de rapiña llegase a posarse en tu brazo y activa ese mecanismo probablemente tendrias que arrancarte la mano antes que te suelte... Increible no?🧠🦅🦾🦿

A good company🦜/ Una buena compañia🙇‍♂️📚

They are birds that have been domesticated for many years but in their natural habitat they are threatened due to illegal traffic, cockatoos can be purchased in pet stores and are excellent pets, they are known for that very funny dance they do with their crest, which is a way to woo the female!🤩🤩
Son aves que han sido domesticados por muchos años pero en su habitat natural estan amenazadas debido al trafico ilegal, las cacatuas pueden ser adquiridas en tiendas de mascotas y son excelentes mascotas, son conocidas por ese baile muy divertido que hacen con su cresta, que es una forma de cortejar a la hembra!😥⛔🛑

Silent birds🦜/ Aves silenciosas🙇‍♂️📚

One of my favorite birds and they are specialists to wear a nocturnal habit! nocturnal birds of prey have a different morphology from the rest of the birds, they have feathers and silent flights adapted not to scare their prey at night! They also have large eyes that allow more light to pass through and can see very well on dark days!🦉🦉
Una de mis aves favoritas y son especialistas para llevar un habito nocturno! las aves de rapiña nocturna tienen una morfologia diferente al resto de las aves, tienen plumas y vuelos silencioso adaptado para no asustar a sus presas en la noche! ademas poseen ojos grandes que permiten pasar mayor cantidad de luz y pueden ver muy bien en dias oscuros!🦉

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Referencias bibliograficas / Sources:

  1. https://www.zoo.pt

  2. https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strix_aluco

  3. https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ara_chloropterus

  4. https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cacatua_sulphurea

  5. https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milvus_milvus

  6. https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Threskiornis_aethiopicus

  7. https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leptoptilos_crumenifer

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The 'Milvus milvus picture is amazing (that when we see the bird in a kind of attack position, on the glove). It is my preferred one of all the series. I remember having been once to a show shedding light on hunter birds with my kids. These bird were definitely very impressive, and we didn't want to end in their claws.

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