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


  1. A Very Curious Common Linnet

    A Very Curious Common Linnet

    Such lovely birds, I am always delighted when I am able to spot one. This one sat on the lower portion of a spruce as opposed to sitting on top of it for once, so I finally managed to take a decent photo. I am not 100% certain but I believe there to have been around 2-3 juveniles around as well.
  2. Velvet-fronted Nuthatch, Borneo

    Velvet-fronted Nuthatch, Borneo

    Velvet-fronted Nuthatch (Sitta frontalis corallipes) 絨額鳾
  3. Red Eyed Damselfly

    Red Eyed Damselfly

    The larger of the 2 Red Eyed Damselflies, there are hundreds of these around here at the moment. Fabulous little creatures. I have always found using a long zoom better than Macro for these flighty beasties.
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    Grey/Red Phalarope. A lifer bird and fascinating to watch as they spin in circles.
  5. Red-footed booby

    Red-footed booby

    This white morph variant was photographed at the north shore of Kauai island, near the Kilauea Lighthouse at Kilauea Point. The point is a wildlife refuge, and one of the top spots in the world to see them year round. Although the red feet are tucked in flight, this is one of the best pics I was...
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    Red Kite - Wales
  7. Red-headed Weaver reflection

    Red-headed Weaver reflection

  8. Northern Cardinal - Male

    Northern Cardinal - Male

    A male Northern Cardinal photographed on a feeder in my yard.
  9. Red Admiral

    Red Admiral

    Red Admiral (Vanessa atalanta: Nymphalidae) Wingspan 4.4-6.4 cm (1.75-2.50 in).
  10. Red Panda

    Red Panda

    Merry Christmas
  11. Red Goshawk

    Red Goshawk

    This sought-after bird was quite a distance away, so the photo is heavily cropped and not as clear as I would like.
  12. My Impression of a Vulture

    My Impression of a Vulture

    I cannot believe that I've not uploaded this image before. It was taken about the same time as the other Musk Lorikeets. Prints have gone into seven local art shows, it has never won a prize, but I like it.
  13. Red Wattlebird on Banksia

    Red Wattlebird on Banksia

    The biggest honeyeater in Western Australia, Red Wattlebirds will strongly defend their feeding grounds.
  14. Red Saddlebags (female)

    Red Saddlebags (female)

    Red Saddlebags (Tramea onusta: Libellulidae) Female. 4.1-4.8 cm (1.6-1.9 in) long.
  15. Red Wasp

    Red Wasp

    Red Wasp (Polistes carolina: Vespidae) 1.5-2.1 cm (0.6-0.8 in) long.
  16. Red-breasted Flycatcher

    Red-breasted Flycatcher

    I saw it in early morning and in the middle of jungle ( North of Iran ) It's a juvenile and very curious.
  17. Red Saddlebags (male)

    Red Saddlebags (male)

    Red Saddlebags (Tramea onusta: Libellulidae) Male. 4.1-4.8 cm (1.6-1.9 in) long.
  18. Tailgating


    Red Saddlebags (Tramea onusta: Libellulidae) 4.1-4.8 cm (1.6-1.9 in) long.
  19. Red Velvet Ant (male)

    Red Velvet Ant (male)

    Red Velvet Ant also known as a Cow Killer (Dasymutilla occidentals: Mutillidae), Male. These are wasps but the females look like overgrown hairy ants.
  20. Red Admiral

    Red Admiral

    Red Admiral (Vanessa atalanta) Wingspan 4.4-6.4 cm (1.8-2.5 in).
  21. Northern Cardinal

    Northern Cardinal

    This bright male was in our backyard.
  22. Purus Red Howler Monkey

    Purus Red Howler Monkey

    Purus Red Howler Monkey (Alouatta puruensis )
  23. Red-and-Green Macaw

    Red-and-Green Macaw

  24. Red-and-Green Macaw

    Red-and-Green Macaw

  25. Prettiest girl in town!

    Prettiest girl in town!

    Photo is self explanatory... "Tiffany" the red-bellied woodpecker is showcasing her beauty