The courtship of the Blue-footed Booby consists of the male flaunting his blue feet and dancing to impress the female. During the dance, the male will spread his wings and stamp his feet on the ground. The Blue-footed Booby is a monogamous animal although they do have the potential to be bigamous. They reunite at their breeding grounds. The breeding cycle of the booby is every 8 to 9 months. When mating, the female parades and the male points his head and tail high to the sky and his wings back to show off to the female. The male Blue-footed Booby also makes a high-piping whistle noise. Males do a dance to attract the females. The dance includes the males lifting their blue feet high and throwing their heads up. The blue-footed booby is...
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Artist Christine Belt
Many contemporary Southwestern artists are sources of inspiration to Christine Belt. One such Taos artist in particular, Malcolm Furlow, has motivated her to respond with a Midwestern flair. The response mirrors Nebraska's theme, "The Good Life". Belt is committed to engage people to "vow to take back the good life". Amidst the current storm in America, there's a message of hope in Christine's art. The hope is that man desires to embrace what is honest,...
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