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Galapagos - Darwin's Enchanted Isles - page 7 of 7

Juan Tapia explained with the help of his scarf/kerchief how Darwin's Finches evolved on Galapagos.

 

Small Ground-Finch in the cafeteria at Baltra Airport. Some species of Galapagos finches are adapting to the human population. 14 November 2014.

 

Medium Ground-Finch at Darwin Research Centre on 11 November 2014

 

Our interest in the finches was high - male medium Ground-Finch on Espanola. 9 November 2014.

 

Male Large Ground-Finch on Genovesa on 13 November 2014

 

Male Sharp-beaked Ground-Finch, also know as the Vampire Finch on Genovesa on 13 November 2014.

 

Common Cactus-Finch at Darwin Research Centre on 11 November 2014

 

Gray Warbler-Finch on San Cristobal on 10 November 2014. Gray Warbler-Finches are on San Cristobal, Genovesa, Espanola and Santa Fe, which generally are flatter, drier islands. An exception is the highlands of San Cristobal.

 

Green Warbler-Finch in the highlands of Santa Cruz on 11 November 2014. Green Warbler-Finches are found on Santa Cruz and Santiago. They are generally in the more moist habitats of the highlands.

 

Small Tree-Finch in the highlands of Santa Cruz on 11 November 2014

 

Vegetarian Finch at Darwin Research Centre on 11 November 2014

 

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