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Greater Roadrunner - - (Geococcyx californianus)

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Greater Roadrunner adult perching

Greater Roadrunner adult perching, Organ Pipe N.M., USA. The Roadrunner is an ikonic symbol of the arid southwestern United States and is often spotted crossing roads. On cool mornings, it is not uncommon to see roadrunners sunning with their back to the sun and the dark underfeathers exposed on their back. Roadrunners will often run from danger but can fly for short distances and are fully at home perching in trees.

Geococcyx californianus, Greater Roadrunner Stock

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