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Barbara MacKinnon: birding pioneer of the Yucatan Peninsula

“Look, hummingbird!”, says Barbara, directing our attention to the branches above. And there it is, feathers like emerald sparks, darting from flower to flower. Hummingbirds are the smallest of all birds but one shouldn’t be fooled by their modest size, they pack … Continue reading

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