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Chile

Do Penguins Blush?

Humboldt Penguins living along the Pacific Coast of Chile and Peru are adapted to cold. But on land, temperatures rise to 100+ degrees, and penguins need to cool off. So these penguins have pink patches of bare skin on their face, under their wings, and on their feet. On hot days, the patches... read more »

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Join BirdNote on a trip to Chile and Argentina, November 2015

Sold Out – Please call 800-723-8454 to be placed on a waitlist.Chile, Argentina, and Uruguay...Join BirdNote's Adam Sedgley and Kate Godman on a culturally rich, two-week journey with Earthbound Expeditions! Sip velvety smooth wines in the Maipo Valley, visit the seaside home of Pablo Neruda,... read more »

Follow Island Girl with Bud Anderson

"Peregrine" means "wanderer." And Island Girl, a Peregrine Falcon, has made the 18,000-mile round-trip journey from the high arctic of Canada to southern Chile three times. Bud Anderson of the Falcon Research Group calls her "a master of the air." Using satellite telemetry, he invites people to... read more »

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