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  1. Jason Bugay Reyes

    Birding with Kunal and Family

    Spent 10 days around Sabah, Borneo for birds and wildlife; Whitehead's Trogon, Rufous-collared Kingfisher etc. More on the blog Birding with Kunal and Family Black-crowned Pitta and Sabah Partridge (endemics to Sabah), Whitehead's Trogon, Four-striped Ground Squirrel (rare) and Orang Utan
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    What are the most interesting wildlife that you've seen in YOUR HOUSE?

    Hello, folks! Those of us who are interested in wildlife have all had a few of those surprising moments when wildlife turn up unexpected. Sometimes, this is in their suitable habitat, even though we didn't anticipate that they might be around. Sometimes, though, they show up where they are...
  3. Desert Fox puppies

    Desert Fox puppies

    The white tip of the tail distinguishes the Desert Fox from the Indian Fox (which has a black tipped tail).
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    Best herbaceous plants for attracting gray squirrels?

    Hey, folks! Does anyone have any suggestions about which flowers and herbaceous plants attract gray squirrels most effectively? I know that eastern gray squirrels live in both the US and the UK, so I'm sure many people have had experiences with them. I'm also interested in hearing about other...
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    Are otters habitually attracted to outdoor ponds? Do otters invade towns?

    Hello folks! I have a question concerning outdoor ponds and otters. We had considered building a pond in our yard for ornamental purposes as well as to attract wildlife. Whether or not we stock the pond with fish is really dependent on the wildlife we intend to attract. Ponds without fish seem...
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    Any suggestions for the best (video) camera available for under $100?

    Hey folks! Does anyone have any suggestions for the best quality cameras for videography that are under $100? Particularly with a powerful zoom feature? Where we live we frequently encounter wildlife, including deer, turkeys, bears, foxes, otters, porcupines, and even moose. However, we are...
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    Any information or suggestions regarding attracting weasels? Are there any ways to create a weasel-friendly yard?

    Hello, folks! I've already posted a thread regarding my curiosity regarding why weasels are so rarely encountered, particularly in the suburbs, where they are especially rare to see. Now, my question is not regarding why they behave the way they do, but rather about what their preferences are so...
  8. Indian Fox

    Indian Fox

    Photograph Of A Indian Fox At dusk, While They're Waiting For Me To Get off, Because They Did Not Felt Safe For Their Pups In Their Den.
  9. Tiger Tail, American Raccoon

    Tiger Tail, American Raccoon

    Meanwhile, my Raccoon Family is booming.
  10. American Raccoon bi-lingual speaks American and English

    American Raccoon bi-lingual speaks American and English

    One of the babies from yesterday morning.
  11. Just one more and I will not post anymore Raccoons for a while.

    Just one more and I will not post anymore Raccoons for a while.

    I just had to include one more photo. I accidently didn't frame this one well because the little one's foot is not in the picture but they look so cute as if they were smiling. LOL.
  12. Tiger Tail update.

    Tiger Tail update.

    Guys we found out that Tiger Tail isn't a male Raccoon but a female with babies. I should have know that she is female because she is so beautiful. I know I post a lot of Raccoon pictures but since you are a part of my family I wanted to update you and a course post another beautiful picture...
  13. Little Girl, American Raccoon.

    Little Girl, American Raccoon.

    I think she is pregnant.
  14. American Raccoon with no name.

    American Raccoon with no name.

    Went to the woods to meet a Raccoon with no name, it feels good to be out of the house. In the woods, you don't remember your name but it feels good to be out of the rain.
  15. American Raccoon

    American Raccoon

    To me, these creatures are very beautiful. A lot of people don't understand that not all Raccoons have rabies. They are gentle and intelligent animals. Now I'm not saying have a chicken coop nearby but these guys will not harm you in my opinion. They are more afraid of you.
  16. Armadillo

    Armadillo

    Saw this a few weeks ago at the Caw Caw Interpretive Center, Ravenel, South Carolina. I haven't seen one of these alive since Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Most are on the road decreased. They say we didn't even have them here at one time. They were all in the Central States of the USA. He walked...
  17. Golden Jackal

    Golden Jackal

    Golden Jackal
  18. Map of african wildlife

    Map of african wildlife

    A map of Africa's most iconic animals Prints and many other kinds of cool stuff with my wildlife-themed art available from various print-on-demand sites: http://zolinstudio.net/shop
  19. Bear family portrait :)

    Bear family portrait :)

    Prints and many other kinds of cool stuff with my wildlife-themed art available from various print-on-demand sites: http://zolinstudio.net/shop
  20. My horn will not cure your illness!

    My horn will not cure your illness!

    At the alarming rate at which rhino's are being killed for their horn, it remains a privilege to see one of these creatures in the wild. The Black Rhino shown here is more endangered than the White Rhino, but thankfully its tendency to prefer dense vegetation means it is not as easily located as...
  21. Young Leopard in Tsavo West, Kenya

    Young Leopard in Tsavo West, Kenya

    It came out of the bushes and stared at us for a few seconds. It felt like forever. Young Leopard (Panthera pardus) at Tsavo West, Kenya.
  22. Jungle Cat

    Jungle Cat

    Another cat from India, the Jungle Cat (Felis chaus). This is the commonest of the cats in the Indian subcontinent and the one that you will have more chances to see if you are in the region. It has small tufts on ears and a short tail. I saw this individual while walking inside Khijadia Bird...
  23. Peek-a-boo

    Peek-a-boo

    While on a scouting trip in Madagascar, we were lucky to come across this beautiful lemur who was both shy and curious
  24. young Ocelot learning new scents

    young Ocelot learning new scents

    on my most recent birding trip to the amazon I was fortunate to witness a baby ocelot scurrying around the forest floor smelling new plants and learning it's surrounding
  25. South American sea lion

    South American sea lion

    http://blog.rick-simpson.com/p/mammals.html http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FsZ4f9ltDhI&feature=plcp
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