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  1. Plum-headed parakeet

    Plum-headed parakeet

    Plum-headed parakeet in Margalla Hills, Islamabad - Pakistan
  2. The Red Fox.

    The Red Fox.

    A highly adaptable species, found across Britain, but absent from Scottish Islands (except Skye), in all habitats from salt marshes and sand dunes to the tops of mountains. In Britain, more so than elsewhere in Europe, foxes have also adapted to life in urban surroundings...
  3. A Mother Red Fox.

    A Mother Red Fox.

    A mother red fox sits curiously observing, while being photographed.
  4. Young Robin

    Young Robin

    Hi this is a picture of a young robin with some weird facial feathers, None the less it is still a beautiful bird! Hope you like this photograph.
  5. Squirrel thumbs up :)

    Squirrel thumbs up :)

    Squirrel at bird feeding area, Warnham nature reserve.
  6. Roe deer

    Roe deer

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  7. Black Swan, Portrait, Cygnus atratus

    Black Swan, Portrait, Cygnus atratus

    Black Swan, Cygnus atratus, is a large waterbird which breeds mainly in the southeast and southwest regions of Australia.
  8. Australian White Ibis, Threskiornis molucca

    Australian White Ibis, Threskiornis molucca

    Australian White Ibis, Threskiornis molucca, feeding juvenile. Oakden Native Fish Sanctuary, South Australia. This colony of Ibis is in the heart of the Adelaide suburbs. The colony has grown to over 400 in a very short time and many of the local residents are fed up with the noise and stench as...
  9. Australian White Ibis in Flight, Threskiornis molucca

    Australian White Ibis in Flight, Threskiornis molucca

    Australian White Ibis, Threskiornis molucca, in flight. Oakden Native Fish Sanctuary, South Australia. This colony of Ibis is in the heart of the Adelaide suburbs. The colony has grown to over 400 in a very short time and many of the local residents are fed up with the noise and stench as their...
  10. Australian White Ibis, Threskiornis molucca

    Australian White Ibis, Threskiornis molucca

    Australian White Ibis, Threskiornis molucca, feeding juvenile. Oakden Native Fish Sanctuary, South Australia. This colony of Ibis is in the heart of the Adelaide suburbs. The colony has grown to over 400 in a very short time and many of the local residents are fed up with the noise and stench as...
  11. Lesser Flamingos, Phoeniconaias minor, Taking off

    Lesser Flamingos, Phoeniconaias minor, Taking off

    Lesser Flamingos, Phoeniconaias minor. Some of the population of 2 to 3 million flamingos which feed in Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, East Africa. The smudge of pink on the horizon are many more flamingos on the opposite shore of the lake. Lake Nakuru lies in the Great Rift Valley.
  12. Australian White Ibis, Threskiornis molucca

    Australian White Ibis, Threskiornis molucca

    Australian White Ibis, Threskiornis molucca, feeding juvenile. Oakden Native Fish Sanctuary, South Australia. This colony of Ibis is in the heart of the Adelaide suburbs. The colony has grown to over 400 in a very short time and many of the local residents are fed up with the noise and stench as...
  13. Lone Flyer, Lesser Flamingos, Phoeniconaias minor.

    Lone Flyer, Lesser Flamingos, Phoeniconaias minor.

    Lesser Flamingos, Phoeniconaias minor. Some of the population of 2 to 3 million flamingos which feed in Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, East Africa. Lake Nakuru lies in the Great Rift Valley.
  14. Grey Crowned Crane, Craning! Balearica regulorum

    Grey Crowned Crane, Craning! Balearica regulorum

    Grey Crowned Crane, Balearica regulorum, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, East Africa. Juvenile. The adult Grey Crowned Crane is about 1 m, 3.3 ft tall and weighs 3.5 kg, 7.7 lbs. Its body plumage is mainly grey. These birds are the emblem of Uganda and appear on the countrys flag.
  15. Australian White Ibis Feeding, Threskiornis molucca

    Australian White Ibis Feeding, Threskiornis molucca

    Australian White Ibis, Threskiornis molucca, feeding on the edge of the pond. Oakden Native Fish Sanctuary, South Australia. This colony of Ibis is in the heart of the Adelaide suburbs. The colony has grown to over 400 in a very short time and many of the local residents are fed up with the...
  16. Lesser Flamingos, Phoeniconaias minor

    Lesser Flamingos, Phoeniconaias minor

    Lesser Flamingos, Phoeniconaias minor. Some of the population of 2 to 3 million flamingos which feed in Lake Nakuru National Park. Kenya, East Africa. Lake Nakuru lies in the Great Rift Valley.
  17. Take Off! Lesser Flamingos, Phoeniconaias minor

    Take Off! Lesser Flamingos, Phoeniconaias minor

    Lesser Flamingos, Phoeniconaias minor. Some of the population of 2 to 3 million flamingos which feed in Lake Nakuru National Park. Kenya, East Africa. Lake Nakuru lies in the Great Rift Valley.
  18. Australian White Ibis Flying, Threskiornis molucca

    Australian White Ibis Flying, Threskiornis molucca

    Australian White Ibis, Threskiornis molucca. Oakden Native Fish Sanctuary, South Australia. This colony of Ibis is in the heart of the Adelaide suburbs. The colony has grown to over 400 in a very short time and many of the local residents are fed up with the noise and stench as their houses are...
  19. Flypast: Lesser Flamingos, Phoeniconaias minor

    Flypast: Lesser Flamingos, Phoeniconaias minor

    Lesser Flamingos, Phoeniconaias minor. Some of the population of 2 to 3 million flamingos which feed in Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, East Africa. Lake Nakuru lies in the Great Rift Valley.
  20. Egyptian Geese Family, Alopochen aegyptiacus

    Egyptian Geese Family, Alopochen aegyptiacus

    Egyptian Geese, Alopochen aegyptiacus, on the swampy shore of Lake Naivasha, Kenya, East Africa. The lake has a surface area of 139 km, and is surrounded by a swamp the home of many bird species.
  21. Marabou Stork, Leptoptilos crumeniferus

    Marabou Stork, Leptoptilos crumeniferus

    Marabou Stork, Leptoptilos crumeniferus, photographed in the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, East Africa.
  22. Female Van, or Von, Deckens Hornbill, Tockus deckeni

    Female Van, or Von, Deckens Hornbill, Tockus deckeni

    Female Van, or Von, Deckens Hornbill, Tockus deckeni, of Serengeti National park, Tanzania, East Africa. It has a long tail and a long curved bill which lacks a casque. This species is a small hornbill which has mainly whitish underparts and head and blackish upperparts. It is similar to the...
  23. Australian White Ibis, Threskiornis molucca

    Australian White Ibis, Threskiornis molucca

    Australian White Ibis, Threskiornis molucca. Oakden Native Fish Sanctuary, South Australia. This colony of Ibis is in the heart of the Adelaide suburbs. The colony has grown to over 400 in a very short time and many of the local residents are fed up with the noise and stench as their houses are...
  24. Mute Swan, Cygnus olor

    Mute Swan, Cygnus olor

    Mute Swan, Cygnus olor, on the Lagoon in Stanley Park, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, North America.
  25. Colony of African Penguins, Spheniscus demersus

    Colony of African Penguins, Spheniscus demersus

    Colony of African Penguins, Spheniscus demersus, also known as the black footed penguin, on the sand at Boulder Beach. Visitor viewing platform can be seen in the background. South Africa. This colony established itself roughly 30 years ago with one breeding pair in the first season and 2 or 3...
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