• Endemic Seychelles

    4 monthes ago - By 10,000 Birds

    1300kms off the coast of East Africa and over 1000kms NE from Madagascar is a tiny speck in the ocean. Zoom in and an archipelago of islands appears from the Indian Ocean. This is The Seychelles. The land-dependent birds here are a long way remote from their ecological heritage and have developed an exciting degree of endemism. They are all recognisable from their families in Africa and are simply referred to by prefixing with “Seychelles”. With most species being the only representative of their family, it made identification easy.
    Some such as the Seychelles Blue Pigeon , can be seen...
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