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|Langhalet Skovvagtel Codorniz Coluda Transvolcánica|
2012-05-10 Volcán Nevado de Colima, Jalisco (Jal), Mexico
Endemic. Adult. There was absolutely no time to hesistate when this one decided to cross the road. There were 4 of them around us, and they approached gladly to the edge of the road while still in cover. But to hope for a quiet road crossing was too naive, and as a result one foot was clipped in the hurry. We only saw and heard this one group.
Endemic, Best photos