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Recent content by Ben909

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    Cheetah in pastel

    Thank you mayoayo and mooreorless!
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    Short-toed Eagle

    nice work. Great job on the background too
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    Goshawk and Hawfinch

    Thank you both for the kind feedback :) Click on 'user control panel' (top right of page), then 'edit signature'.
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    Goshawk and Hawfinch

    Goshawk and Hawfinch both drawn in graphite on smooth Bristol Board.
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    Little Owl

    Thank you Mark. Glad you like it :)
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    Cheetah in pastel

    Thank you Lisa, very kind!
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    Little Owl

    Thanks very much fugl and Lisa. I like to leave the pencils in for scale, but will leave them out of future uploads. The in-progress drawings give a good sense of scale anyway.
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    Cheetah in pastel

    Thanks again KC! Glad you like it.
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    Little Owl

    Thank you! :)
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    Little Owl

    A Little Owl drawn in pastels and pastel pencils...
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    Cheetah in pastel

    I drew this cheetah using pastels and pastel pencils on Pastelmat paper.
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    Kruger private bird guides

    Thanks very much Andy. That sounds reassuring :) I'll stick with the night drives already booked then. Thanks for the extra tips too!
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    Kruger private bird guides

    Going to Kruger next month and have already booked some guided outings via Sanparks. While staying at Punda Maria I particularly want to see Pennant-winged Nightjar. It would have to be guided because of the camp curfew times so I've booked a couple of night drives but my concern is that if...
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    Unknown Swift

    Thanks for your thoughts! I'd like to think it was an Asian Palm Swift (would be a lifer).
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    Unknown Swift

    I know it's a bit ridiculous, but if anyone is able to see enough in this out of focus and distant swift to ID it, I'd be grateful :) I didn't notice it when watching the kite at the time in Sri Lanka.
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