Great Grey Owl

Strix nebulosa
Scale 7 Diat: carnivore , Hierachy 3
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6 POINTS

Play: The great grey owl has a MOVE of 2.

Fact: Great grey owls hunt during the day and can hear their rodent prey moving up to 60 cm below the surface of the snow.

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Graphic by Jonathan DeMoorwww.borealisimages.ca/
The great grey owl or great gray owl (Strix nebulosa) is a very large owl, documented as the world’s largest species of owl by length. It is distributed across the Northern Hemisphere, and it is the only species in the Strix genus found in both Eastern and Western Hemispheres. In some areas it is also […] read more

Cooper’s Hawk

Buteo platypterus
Scale 8 Diat: carnivore , Hierachy 3
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Play: Cooper’s hawk has a MOVE of 2.

Fact: Cooper’s hawks belong to a family of hawks whose short, rounded wings help them to fly quickly through the forest.

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Graphic by Jonathan DeMoorwww.borealisimages.ca/
The broad-winged hawk (Buteo platypterus) is a small hawk of the genus Buteo. During the summer, some subspecies are distributed over eastern North America, as far west as British Columbia and Texas; they then migrate south to winter in the neotropics from Mexico down to southern Brazil.[2] Other subspecies are all-year residents on Caribbean islands.[citation […] read more

Village Indigobird

Vidua chalybeata
Scale 5 Diat: herbivore , Hierachy 2

Play: The Village Indigobird has a FLIGHT of 2.
Fact: The Village Indigobird is a brood parasite which lays its eggs in the nests of red-billed fire finches.

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Graphic by David Orrwww.davidorogenic.com
Photo by David Blankeol.org/data_objects/31429517
The village indigobird or steelblue widowfinch (Vidua chalybeata) is a small songbird belonging to the family Viduidae. Origin and phylogeny has been obtained by Antonio Arnaiz-Villena et al.[2] Estrildinae may have originated in India and dispersed thereafter (towards Africa and Pacific Ocean habitats). It is a resident breeding bird in most of Africa south of […] read more

Darwin’s Tanager

Pipraeidea darwinii
Scale 5 Diat: omnivore , Hierachy 3
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Play: Darwin’s Tanager has a FLIGHT of 2.
Fact: The Darwin’s Tanager is considered a separate subspecies from the blue and yellow tanager, because it has a green back instead of a black one.

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Graphic by Robert Ballwww.robertmball.com/
The blue-and-yellow tanager (Pipraeidea bonariensis) is a species of bird in the Thraupidae family, thetanagers. It is found in Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Paraguay, Bolivia, extreme northern border Chile, andAndean Peru and Ecuador. Some southern region birds migrate northeastwards in the austral winter into eastern Bolivia and northeastern Argentina; also Paraguay where the birds are only […] read more

Darwin’s Rhea

Rhea pennata
Scale 7 Diat: omnivore , Hierachy 3

3 POINTS

Play: Darwin’s Rhea has a MOVE of 2.
Fact: Darwin was searching for this bird, and first came across it on his dinner table when Conrad Martens, an artist on board the H.M.S. Beagle, accidentally shot one for a meal.

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The lesser rhea stands at 90 to 100 cm (35–39 in) tall. Length is 92 to 100 cm (36–39 in) and weight is 15 to 28.6 kg (33–63 lb).[2][5] Like most ratites, it has a small head and a small bill, the latter measuring 6.2 to 9.2 cm (2.4 to 3.6 in), but has long legs and a long neck. It has relatively larger wings than […] read more

Floreana Mockingbird

Mimus trifasciatus
Scale 5 Diat: omnivore , Hierachy 3
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Play: The Floreana Mockingbird has a FLIGHT of 2.
Fact: The Floreana Mockingbird is critically endangered and is on the brink of extinction.

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Graphic by Simon Gurrwww.gurrillustration.com/
The Floreana mockingbird or Charles mockingbird (Mimus trifasciatus) is a bird species in the family Mimidae. It is endemic to Floreana, one of the Galápagos Islands of Ecuador; at present it only occurs on offshore islets however. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical dry shrubland. The Floreana mockingbird is also known as Darwin’s mockingbird, […] read more