halfys:

Dipper you are so cute and your hat is so dumb. 

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chickenhugs:

Dolly’s disapproval of me taking a close-up picture is palpable ("Fewer pictures! More blackberries! Get it right, human!"). 

chickenhugs:

Dolly’s disapproval of me taking a close-up picture is palpable ("Fewer pictures! More blackberries! Get it right, human!"). 

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not-quite-normal:

I LOVE!! THESE GUYS!!!

not-quite-normal:

I LOVE!! THESE GUYS!!!

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libutron:

Curl-crested Aracari 
 Pteroglossus beauharnaesii (Piciformes - Ramphastidae), a stunning species of toucan, better known as Curl-crested Aracari, found in Bolivia, Brazil and Peru.
Pteroglossus beauharnaesii is one of the more spectacularly plumaged aracari, and one of the more stranger looking birds. Unlike any other aracari, or any other bird, it has modified head feathers that resemble shiny black pieces of plastic. It is from these modified feathers that this species gets its name.
Apart from the bizarre head ornamentation, the Curl-crested Aracari is a quite pretty toucan, with a red back, yellow underparts with a single red breast ban, and a quite ornately patterned, multicolored bill.
References: [1] - [2]
Photo credit: ©Geoff Gallice
Locality: Tambopata National Reserve in Madre de Dios, Peru

libutron:

Curl-crested Aracari 

Pteroglossus beauharnaesii (Piciformes - Ramphastidae), a stunning species of toucan, better known as Curl-crested Aracari, found in Bolivia, Brazil and Peru.

Pteroglossus beauharnaesii is one of the more spectacularly plumaged aracari, and one of the more stranger looking birds. Unlike any other aracari, or any other bird, it has modified head feathers that resemble shiny black pieces of plastic. It is from these modified feathers that this species gets its name.

Apart from the bizarre head ornamentation, the Curl-crested Aracari is a quite pretty toucan, with a red back, yellow underparts with a single red breast ban, and a quite ornately patterned, multicolored bill.

References: [1] - [2]

Photo credit: ©Geoff Gallice

Locality: Tambopata National Reserve in Madre de Dios, Peru

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