- published: 16 Apr 2018
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Sometimes a new species is hiding in plain sight. The Vogelkop Superb Bird-of-Paradise has songs, dances and courtship appearances that are very distinct from its relative the Greater Superb Bird-of-Paradise. Learn more about it in this video: https://youtu.be/XWjx6oSgC4M
Sometimes a new species is hiding in plain sight...meet the Vogelkop Superb Bird-of-Paradise. Learn more about how the distinct song, dance and courtship appearance of the Vogelkop Superb Bird-of-Paradise confirms its new species status in our scientific paper: https://peerj.com/articles/4621
Arfak Mountains, Doberai Peninsula, West Papua. A brief examination of the 'Bower' (nesting site) of the Vogelkop bowerbird (Amblyornis inornata) in western New Guinea. The male of the species constructs a massive bower within which he arranges objects of similar colours in little piles in order to entice a female to mate. Exactly what a bowerbird collects depends on the species and location, not to mention the preferences of local females! Filmed by Alastair Robinson. فحص موجز لل"باور" (موقع التعشيش) من طيور التعريشة Vogelkop في غرب غينيا الجديدة. الذكور من الأنواع يبني كوخ في الريف واسعة النطاق داخل الذي يرتب الأشياء من ألوان مماثلة في أكوام صغيرة من أجل جذب الأنثى للتزاوج. بالضبط ما طيور التعريشة يجمع يعتمد على الأنواع والمكان، ناهيك عن تفضيلات الإناث المحلية! পশ্চিমা নিউগিনিতে Vo...
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Witness an unassuming male deliver fresh flowers to his deep forest architectural wonder. More at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology's All About Fancy Males interactive feature: http://biology.allaboutbirds.org/all-about-fancy-males/ What’s happening: Why is this Vogelkop Bowerbird (Amblyornis inornata) delivering flowers? Rather than being showy himself, he’s decorating the twig hut he’s built with carefully chosen lawn ornaments. This impressive structure is not a nest. It’s a bower—constructed and maintained for the sole purpose of impressing females. Local females regularly visit neighborhood bowers to compare design choices, then base their mating decisions on which displays make the best overall impression. For bowerbird males then, it’s the architectural skills that count. Videograph...
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Exploring the beauty of Boesemani at Uter lake. The lake located nearby Aytinjo village.
Bu bir Vogelkop çardak kuşu. Sıradışı bir şarkı repertuarına sahip. Aynı zamanda harika bir taklit ustası. Bunlar güvercin kanat çırpma sesleri. Bu, bir kaplan papağanı. Bu ise kükürt tepeli kakadu sesi. Daha da şaşırtıcı olan ise; çok gayretli bir koleksiyoncu olması. Özellikle de renkler konusunda çok hassas. Bu erkek kırmızı ve turuncu renkli çiçekleri seviyor. Mantarları da çok seviyor. Ancak topladığı herşey olması gerektiği yerde kalmayabiliyor. Topladığı bu hazineleri yıllar boyunca inşa ettiği yapının içinde ve etrafında sergiliyor. Zemini yosunla kaplanmış dev bir çardak. Bu çardak bir yuva değil; sadece dişisini etkilemek için inşa ettiği bir yapı. Ama burada yalnız değil; yakınlarında 6 tane rakibi daha var. Örneğin bu kuş daha koyu renkleri tercih ediyor. Görsel etki çok önem...
This video was made in the Arfak Mountains in West Papua. Subject: Vogelkop Bowerbird - Amblyornis inornata. This video was made in august 2017 by Alexander Brackx. Thanks to Starling. Info: Alexander_brackx@yahoo.com or Facebook.
This video showed some blue eyes in the wild habitat around the lake of Ayamaru. This was the first wild rainbowfish video of Marten Luter Salossa when he started his video project.
this new appearance of rainbowfish from kambus river in Ayamaru, Kambus river located about 6 miles from Ayamaru lakes
The Vogelkop bowerbird (Amblyornis inornata), also known as the Vogelkop gardener bowerbird, The birds are about 21–35 cm in length, with the females being slightly smaller. They are mainly olive brown in colour, though somewhat paler below, with no ornamental plumage. This makes the species one of the dullest-coloured members of the bowerbird family with, however, one of the largest and most elaborate bowers. The bower is a cone-shaped hut-like structure some 100 cm high and 160 cm in diameter, with an entrance usually propped up by two column-like sticks. A front "lawn" of some square meters area is cleaned of debris and laid out with moss. On this, and in the entrance of the bower, decorations such as colourful flowers or fruit, shining beetle elytra, dead leaves and other conspicuous o...
This is the amazing bower of the Arfak Bowerbird. This video was filmed in the Arfak Mountains at an elevation of 2000meters above sea level. www.birdingindonesia.com
Красивый, симулятор шалашника, сбор грибов, брачные ритуалы. Птица проживает в Африке, просила не беспокоить. https://landsafar.itch.io/vogelkop-bowerbird In the mountains of Vogelkop, Western New Guinea, the Vogelkop Bowerbird can be found building its bower. It takes many years to build. In order to pass on its genes to the next generation it is essential that the bower is more seductive than that of its rivals, many of whom are building their own bowers nearby.
Dunkel Dirks Kvartet live at Vogelkop 1913