Hoy queremos enseñarte cómo se ve nuestra bodega y viñedos al amanecer ☀️
Vete pasando, que hay varias fotos y un vídeo donde podrás relajarte escuchando a los pajarillos 🐤
Today we want to show you pictures of our winery and vineyards. The sunrise is so beautiful ☀️
Slide the pictures and you will see a video as well. Pay atention and relax. Can you hear the birds singing? 🐤
INFORMATION OF FLAMINGOS
Population : ⚡️There are only 6 Flamingo species in the world. But , most of these species are subdivided into sub-species , resulting in different flamingo species. All flamingos come from the Phoenicopteridae bird family.
Life Zone : ⚡️Flamingos live in large area from the Caribbean and South America to Africa and from the Middle East to Europe.
Name Meaning : ⚡️The word "Flamingo" comes from the word "flamenco", meaning fire in Spanish and Latin, and is related to the bright color of the feathers of birds.
Color : ⚡️However, not all flamingos are brightly colored, and some of the birds are mostly gray or white. The color of the flamingo birds is due to their feeding. Young birds' colors are not so pinkish.
Flamingo chicks are gray or white and can take up to three years to reach mature pink, orange or red feathers. Young hairs are less structured and softer than adult hairs, but they provide excellent insulation to help keep the baby's flamingos warm.
Flamingo feathers in pink, orange or red colors, is caused by the carotenoid pigments in their food. Wild flamingos diet includes shrimp, plankton, algae and crustaceans, crushed from different water sources. If these nutrients do not provide sufficient pigmentation, the flamingo may appear gray or white, but they are still healthly.
Reproductive : ⚡️Flamingos are monogamous birds that leave only one egg every year. If the egg is lost or damaged, it cannot usually replace the egg. If a colony of flamingos is attacked by predators or if they are confronted by a natural catastrophe, it may take a few years for birds to heal and their population to grow again.
Features : ⚡️Flamingos rarely float.At the same time , they are good to fly. They migrate and make their way between food sources and nesting areas. Their speed can be as high as 56 kilometers per hour.
An adult flamingo leg can be 76-127 centimeters long, which means it has longer legs than the entire body.
Flamingos often stand up to protect the body temperature, the other legs to keep their feathers. They move their legs to regulate their body temperature.
Peter Ismert (@peterismert) was thrilled to learn that a lek—the grounds where Greater Sage-Grouse perform their flashy courtship displays—was located a few hours from his home. Using his vehicle as a blind, he captured this stunning shot of a male strutting through the snow.⠀
Peter's photo was named one of the top 100 shots of last year’s #AudubonPhotographyAwards. ⠀