Wildlife Part III

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Post by ixi »

Thanks very much gents.
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Great capture there ixi
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Sharing the mealyworms.

ImageFriends by P B, on Flickr
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Kingfisher action shot.
Put a co worker off his greek yoghurt
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Gross but great!
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Hoopoe in a midlands suburban back garden

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Wow, envious.
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A pair of Cape Sparrows (Mossie) is nesting in a lemon tree ~2m from my child's bedroom window.

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That's the chick with wide open beak behind to the right of the mother's beak.

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Excellent
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Post by emeyedeejay »

There were 2 - they fledged today...

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A couple from kenfig pool today

Imagekenfig 01 by P B, on Flickr

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There was a female merlin there as well, but no chance of a shot, made my day though.
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Three Australian iconic images in one...

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Imagegoldfinch1 by P B, on Flickr

Imagegoldfinch4 by P B, on Flickr

Imagegoldfinch5 by P B, on Flickr
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Post by DeadYankee »

Nice. Our neighbors get a lot of goldfinch in the garden. Lovely birds

These are my latest. Pleased to see a Hawfinch.

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DeadYankee wrote:Nice. Our neighbors get a lot of goldfinch in the garden. Lovely birds

These are my latest. Pleased to see a Hawfinch.

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Always wanted to see a puffin, going to find time this year.
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Stoked to see a Fieldfare in the garden today
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Post by fodder »

Nice shot.
There was a mixed flock of them and redwings in an ivy covered tree across the road from the house when I went out yesterday.

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A couple from Tuesday in Llanelli.
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Love that Fieldfare picture.
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Post by DeadYankee »

Great to see the little egret too, haven’t seen any egrets yet this year. Keep meaning to go to Ham Wall before winter is over
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