Yellow-rumped Marshbird (Pseudoleistes guirahuro)
…a species of New-World blackbird (Icteridae) that is native to Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. Despite what their common name might suggest yellow-rumped marshbirds not only inhabit marshes/swamps, but will inhabit dry savanna and pastureland as well. Yellow-rumped marshbirds are usually found in small flocks and will forage for small insects and plant matter.
Image: Dario Sanches
Cuddling with mommy transcends all species. :’)
Jacobin pigeon, Richard Bailey