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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.

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  1. Red-billed leiothrix

    Red-billed leiothrix

    Red-billed leiothrix in the forest
  2. Young wild urban badger.

    Young wild urban badger.

    One of the youngsters of a group of five badgers being curious and assessing if it is safe to feed.
  3. Juvenile Robin.

    Juvenile Robin.

    The UK's favourite bird - with its bright red breast it is familar throughout the year and especially at Christmas! Males and females look identical, and young birds have no red breast and are spotted with golden brown. Robins sing nearly all year round and despite their cute appearance, they...
  4. A Proud Robin.

    A Proud Robin.

    A very proud european robin posing just before feeding.
  5. Spotted Towhee preens

    Spotted Towhee preens

    I've been fortunate a pair of the most beautiful birds I've ever photographed, a mating pair of spotted towhees, have been mixing with a large group of sparrows behind my home in the Sierra Nevada foothills. The towhees and sparrows have been in the same place for weeks, allowing many chances to...
  6. Northern Flicker

    Northern Flicker

    Chased this fellow from tree to tree at a nearby cemetery for some time before getting this shot, and it is just a hair under being really sharp and good. But nice nonetheless. First flicker for me, a very large woodpecker with enormous rust-bottomed wings. A lovely bird and a pleasure to...
  7. ANDAMAN TEAL

    ANDAMAN TEAL

    The Andaman teal (Anas albogularis) is a species of duck found on oceanic islands in the Bay of Bengal. The species was considered as a subspecies of the Sunda teal. The species is dark brown with buffy markings. The face and throat are pale with a white ring around the eye. The bill is bluish...
  8. RED WATTLED LAPWING

    RED WATTLED LAPWING

    The red-wattled lapwing (Vanellus indicus) is a lapwing or large plover, a wader in the family Charadriidae. It has characteristic loud alarm calls which are variously rendered as did he do it or pity to do it leading to colloquial names like the did-he-do-it bird. Usually seen in pairs or small...
  9. Balcony Biodiversity - 27

    Balcony Biodiversity - 27

    Life : Shadows & Images ________________________ Life A game Of Shadows And Images We Play on In An Earnest Hope And desire Of Getting one Perfect picture That will Carry us Away from Rigmarole of Routine Into A glimpse Unbound __________________________ ASIAN KOEL - Female...
  10. What summer should be!

    What summer should be!

    Taken as Osmaston near Carsington Waters (Derbyshire). There is a route you can take from Osmaston around to Shirley, if anyone wants to know it just ask!
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