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  1. Plain Prinia Split

    Plain Prinia Split

    A inhabitant of the marshy grasslands the Plain Prinia is seen here at dusk doing a split.
  2. Sigma Wasp

    Sigma Wasp

    Sigma Wasp (Polistes apachus: Vespidae) These wasps attain lengths of 2.0-2.6 cm (0.79-1.02 in) long. Photographed on Tall Goldenrod (Solidago altissima: Asteraceae) in Lick Creek Park, College Station, Brazos County, Texas, USA. Bottomland hardwood woodland dominated by cedar elm and water...
  3. Japanese Waxwing - The Juggler

    Japanese Waxwing - The Juggler

    Japanese Waxwing tossing berries in the air and catching them !
  4. Side-On view of Barn Owl

    Side-On view of Barn Owl

    Second of the two best shots I managed to get during a blissful afternoon's owl watching at Heron's Pool, Chew Lake, near Bristol, England. There is an owl box in a large tree that has had one pair of owls breeding successfully for at least the last two years. Unfortunately, it did not manage to...
  5. Jay, Hertfordshire

    Jay, Hertfordshire

    Have just kitted myself out with a Nikon D5100 and Sigma 120-300 and started to try my hand at birds. This is probably the best of first attempts.
  6. Dipper


    A Dipper resting in the rapids...
  7. Chaffinch


    A female Chaffinch taken on Cannock Chase
  8. Woodcreeper under the rain!

    Woodcreeper under the rain!

    Near an observation tower, La Selva, in Ecuador, this Cinnamon-throated Woodcreeper was probably breeding because always around. It was a rare opportunity to have a acceptable photo of a woodcreeper, usually very difficult to get. I realized there is only one photo of this species in...