We have just added a bunch of new images to our Quillcards ecards.
Here are two of them, and you can see them all in the Recently Added section – just click the link to take a look.
The Green-Winged Macaw
Also known as the Red-and-green Macaw, the Green-winged Macaw lives in humid lowland forest areas from Colombia to Paraguay. It spends most of its time in the upper forest canopy and generally mates for life.
Its habitat is threatened by deforestation and the birds themselves are trapped for the pet trade.
It is a large bird, with adults having a wingspan over over 50 inches (125cm) and a long, long tail that makes the bird very distinct in flight.
This second image of plums is more prosaic, but the continuance of fruit on our supermarket shelves depends on bee pollination, and as we have all been reading – bees are in dangerously steep decline worldwide.
You can read more about bees in peril here.
Again, here is the link to our Recently Added section.