Monday, January 4, 2016

Coruja das neves torna-se famosa




YouTube: Nathalie Blackburn

Um impressionante e belo viajante impressionante foi apanhado em vôo na manhã de 03 de Janeiro de 2016, pelas câmaras de vigilância da rede de auto-estrada canadiana, perto do Bboulevard des Sources, estrada 40, a oeste da Ilha de Montréal. Aqui estão algumas fotos deste linda coruja das neves!

Em entrevista na CBC, Barbara Frei, directora do McGill Bird Observatory, explicou que as corujas das neves reproduzem-se no círculo árctico. Por isso, migram para o sul do Canadá durante o inverno para desfrutar de temperaturas mais quentes.

Frei explicou ainda que esta fêmea jovem estava provavelmente à procura de um lugar para repousar e caçar.



Snow-owl
credits: Transport Quebec


A traffic cam in Montreal captured something far more interesting during a boring and wintery commute on Sunday: a snowy owl (Hedwig) ready for her 15 minutes of fame.


Spectacular images of a snowy owl in flight have been captured by Transport Quebec's traffic camera along Montreal's Highway 40. The images were captured on Jan. 3 by a traffic camera at Highway 40 and Sources Boulevard.
The interaction gained attention after Transport Minister Robert Poëti shared footage and photos on his social networks.
via GIPHY

During an interview with CBC, Barbara Frei, the director of the McGill Bird Observatory, explained that snowy owls typically breed in the arctic circle, and migrate south to Canada during the winter to enjoy warmer temperatures.
Frei further explained that this young female was probably searching for a place to perch and hunt.

Wow! This is beautiful!

Geração 'explorer'

09.01.2016

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