Southern Carmine Bee Eater

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Southern Carmine Bee Eater

Wallhanging
Wildlife
Dimensions:
12.00" H x 16.00" W
Medium:
Acrylic (on canvas)
Subject(s):
Birds
Original for Sale:
Original Available
Available as Ltd Edition:
No
Artist will donate 25% to Canadian Wildlife Federation from sale of this work.
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$900 USD

‚ÄčThe Southern Carmine Bee Eater lives in Equatorial Africa during the breeding season, August to November, and migrates to South Africa from March to August. Bees and other flying insects are their main diet. Their feathers are a bright carmine red colour with a bright turquoise-blue crown and under feathers, which distinguish them from other species. Carmine Bee Eaters are very social and gather in large flocks. They can often be seen in groups in trees and nest at the end of a one to two meter long burrow, in vertical river banks.

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