chachalaca


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slender arboreal guan resembling a wild turkey

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According to the company, it has drilled and completed the Chachalaca 1 exploratory well to a total depth of 12,270 feet.
Otras aves presentes en la muestra son las especies nativas del tinamu manchado (Nothura maculosa), chachalaca (Ortalis sp.
The species are: Speckled chachalaca (Ortalis guttata), Spix's guan (Penelope jacquacu), Blue-throated piping-guan (Pipilecumanensis), and Razor-billed curassow (Mitu tuberosum).
chachalaca < chachalaca: ave que se caracteriza por su ruidoso gorjeo.
Durante la discusion de la Ley Televisa sobre los medios (29,30,31/3) Titular: "Insiste Amlo en llamar 'chachalaca' a Fox" (Reforma 30/3) Titular: "Amlo a Fox: 'Seguire llamandolo chachalaca mayor'" (El Universal 31/3)
The word chachalaca was slowed down to hilarious effect and made Lopez Obrador look silly, Still another ad stated that if Lopez Obrador won, he would take away people's houses.
The term chachalaca is rooted in the Nahuatl word chachalacatl, which means to speak loudly.
Nauhatlismos: atol, 'bebida espesa, hecha principalmente de maiz molido, azucar, huevos batidos, leche, canela y clavos de olor', cacao, 'arbol de America, de la familia de las Esterculiaceas y su fruto', chachalaca, 'ave gallinacea montaraz, pequena y de color pardo, ' persona que habla en demasia', chayote, 'fruto comestible de la chayotera', chinamo, 'contruccion improvisada que sirve de puesto para vender comidas, bebidas u otras cosas, o para instalar juegos de azar durante los dias de fiestas populares', colocho, 'rizo', 'persona de pelo rizado', coyol, 'palmera de mediana altura, de cuyo tronco, provisto de espinas largas y fuertes, se extrae una bebida que fermenta rapidamente.
WATCHING THE WORLD: A chachalaca bird finds a perch and (right) an iguana lies in wait for a tasty morsel; DN10733_2; DN10733_3; DN10733_5; DN10733_4; UNUSUAL MAMMALS: One of the zoo's marmosets finds a comfy spot (above), and (right) a two-toed sloth.
They include the racquet-tailed blue-crowned motmot, often referred to as "king of the forest," the buff-throated wood-creeper, blue-backed manakin, kite rufous-tailed jacamar, the collared trogon, the barred antshrike, and the pleasant-like rufous-vented chachalaca.
Among the many species named for their vocalizations are the boobook owl, chachalaca, chickadee, chiffchaff, chowchilla, curlew, dickcissel, hoopoe, kiskadee, pauraque, pipit, towhee, veery, whip-poor-will, willet, and wompoo pigeon.
Peter took us into the rainforest, where we saw humming birds, blue crown mot mots, crested oropendolas, bright green parrots and Tobago's own national bird, the chachalaca.
A Harlingen Area Chamber of Commerce brochure, titled "Hooters, Hawks, and Hummingbirds," contains alluring photos of the green jay, chachalaca, kiskadee flycatcher, buff-bellied hummingbird, groove-billed ani, and other local birds.
More than halfway to acquiring its congressionally mandated goal of 132,500 acres, the refuge is intended as the core of a wildlife corridor that will support some of the rarest species in the world, including the endangered ocelot and jaguarundi, red-crowned parrot and chachalaca, Texas ebony trees, and Indigo snakes.
Entre las aves destacaron el pavo (Meleagris gallopsvo) y la chachalaca (gallina silvestre).