Bird of the Week
Let’s stay in Madagascar for another week and take a look at a little-known bird that almost went the way of the Elephant (bird): the Madagascan Pochard (Aythya innotata). Now, you may be wondering what a Pochard is, but it’s really just a fancy word for a duck. On the surface they don’t seem allContinue reading “Bird 141 – Madagascan Pochard”
Today we’re going to look a famous extinct bird. No, not the Dodo, we did the Dodo a long time ago. But don’t worry, we’re still going to an African island to visit the Elephant Bird (Aepyornis maximus). These birds were locals of Madagascar. Now, you, like me, are probably wondering, well if this is anContinue reading “Bird 140 – Elephant Bird”
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