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Fossilized flamingo egg from the Ice Age found at Felipe Angeles...

Workers at a construction site for a new airport found an ancient flamingo egg fossil estimated between 8,000 and 12,000 years old. The rare,...

Love, art, conservation, and the zen of photographing pink flamingos

Claudio Contreras Koob has been obsessed with flamingos since he was 4 years old. “I am from Mexico City, but we have family here in...

A colorful new book contains the most mesmerizing images of Yucatán’s...

With the perspective of an insider, no other wildlife photographer could possibly have as comprehensive a catalog of flamingo images as Claudio Contreras Koob.

Pink flamingos found illegally packed in crates at Merida airport

Traffickers tried to steal six pink flamingos, packed into three wooden boxes found later at the Merida airport, authorities told local media. Five of...

Flamingos in Celestún are in the pink

To the delight of tour guides there, pink flamingo are thriving at the Celestún Biosphere Reserve. Members of the cooperatives that operate tourist boats expressed...

Growing flamingo population has taggers busy at Ría Lagartos

Under an ongoing conservation program, 585 more flamingos were recently tagged at the Ría Lagartos Natural Protected Area on the coast.

1st chicks of the pink flamingo season hatch in Rio Lagartos

It's a banner year for pink flamingos, with a record 21,960 nests counted in Yucatán's Ría Lagartos Biosphere Reserve.

Record set banding pink flamingos of Ria Lagartos

Friends of Yucatán's famed pink flamingos have broken the 2011 record in the number of birds banded for study.

Eco-friendly cars not so friendly to flamingos

Locals in another region known for its wild flamingos are complaining that eco-friendly cars are not so friendly to their own ecosystem.
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