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  1. LITTLE BULE HERON

    LITTLE BULE HERON

    I shot this one the other day at one of the ponds of my complex.
  2. Little Yellow

    Little Yellow

    Little Yellow (Eurema lisa: Pieridae) also known as Little Sulphur. Wingspan 3.2-3.8 cm (1.25-1.5 in). Nectaring Arrowleaf Sida (Sida rhombifolia: Malvaceae).
  3. Little Bee-eaters

    Little Bee-eaters

  4. Little Owl

    Little Owl

    Found in usual place, a local quarry.
  5. Little Owl

    Little Owl

    Athene noctua (Scopoli, 1769)
  6. Little Grassbird

    Little Grassbird

    These birds are very shy and secretive. We hear them calling during the breeding season but they are silent for the rest of the year. They must regularly breed at our lake but this is the first evidence I have recorded.
  7. Little Bitterns

    Little Bitterns

    Not the perfect photo in terms of lighting and shadows crossing the birds, but it was a really nice sighting for me
  8. Little Bittern

    Little Bittern

    ...and his reflection :)
  9. Little Bittern

    Little Bittern

    While pretending to be a bird myself (climbing on a tree for a better view and some disguise) this fellow just passed a few meters below me, and luckily, without noticing the strange extension on the branch above.
  10. Little Sulphur

    Little Sulphur

    Little Sulphur (Eurema lisa: Pieridae) Wingspan 3.2-3.8 cm (1.3-1.5 in).
  11. Little Blue Heron

    Little Blue Heron

    Little Blue Heron (Egretta caerulea) Sexes similar. I am going to the coast for 4-5 days even though the weather is not promising. I will not post during this time but hopefully I will be able to do some viewing.
  12. Little Blue Heron

    Little Blue Heron

    Little Blue Heron (Egretta caerulea) with a Louisiana Crayfish (Procambarus clarkii: Cambaridae) for lunch.
  13. Little Sulphur

    Little Sulphur

    Little Sulphur (Eurema lisa: Pieridae) Wingspan 3.2-3.8 cm (1.25-1.50 in). Nectaring Camphor Weed (Heterotheca subaxillaris: Asteraceae).
  14. Little Blue Heron (juvenile)

    Little Blue Heron (juvenile)

    Little Blue Heron (Egretta caerulea) Juvenile.
  15. Great Egret & Little Egret

    Great Egret & Little Egret

    Same but Different
  16. Little Egret

    Little Egret

  17. Little Bee-eater

    Little Bee-eater

    It would have been wonderful to see these on a sunny day, but every time we saw them it was overcast !
  18. Little Bee-eater

    Little Bee-eater

    I could have stayed taking pictures of these all day but the smell from the hippo pool behind them was just too much!
  19. Little Cormorant

    Little Cormorant

    A nice view of a cormorant sunning itself in the morning sun beside the Gulf of Thailand.
  20. Little grebe

    Little grebe

    Little grebe at sunrise https://www.flickr.com/photos/tahirs_photography/
  21. Little ringed plover

    Little ringed plover

  22. Little Blue Heron

    Little Blue Heron

    Stalking
  23. Curious Little auk

    Curious Little auk

    One of thousands at the colony on Fugelsongen, Svalbard. Always on the move in huge flocks. They will land within a few feet if you sit quietly
  24. Little Egret (in flight)

    Little Egret (in flight)

    Shot above the River Vartry in Wicklow, Ireland.
  25. Little Owl

    Little Owl

    Little Owl
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