ⓘ Salvadorian Magpie

                                     

ⓘ Salvadorian Magpie

The Salvadorian Magpie is a bird found in Jamaica. It is not related to El Salvador, but the word that means thin winged in Latin. The bird is black and has yellow eyes. In the sun it appears that the bird is a dark blue.

Salvadoran magpie was discovered only in the late 20th century know little of the American naturalist and geologist John Hackett. Although the discovery has not appeared in the official publications, he was the topic of discussions among experts in well-known institutions such as the Kellogg - Chicago. The bird is thought to have fled their natural habitat because of ice melting at the North pole - this event is also called the brown phenomenon a polar bear. Such migration of species of birds have been witnessed in recent years, as the pelicans back to Capistran.