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Yellow-faced Whipsnake

Yellow-faced Whipsnake

Wildlife Today, 06:39 AM by LyleT
Sandy spotted this fellow in the front garden. YFWS's are a fast moving venomous snake widespread in Australia. They grow to about 1 meter long. Difficult to photograph as they move so quickly and don't like people. These snakes have been living here as long as we have (11 years) and we catch a s...
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Little Wattle Bird

Little Wattle Bird

Birds Today, 05:03 AM by LyleT
The Little Wattle Bird doesn't have a red wattle like its larger cousin. An early morning shot and I was pleased to get it.
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Widgeon flock

Widgeon flock

Birds Yesterday, 09:35 AM by Lee Summersby
Not sure whether this one belongs in the Abstract forum !. Taken at Bowling Green Marsh Topsham. Had the pleasure of this picture being shown on BBC winterwatch where Chris Packham said "it would make a good jigsaw puzzle". EXIF Nikon D80 Sigma 150-500 (@450mm) F8,1/1000,ISO 400
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Red Wattle Bird BW

Red Wattle Bird BW

Birds Yesterday, 04:14 AM by LyleT
I think this one works in BW as well.  I held the eye though.
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Red Wattle Bird

Red Wattle Bird

Birds 22 Jul 2014 by LyleT
These birds have red wattles below their ears, it looks very much like its part of the pink protea flower behind him in this image. They have a really raucous call which remind me of holidays at the beach.
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Horse of the woods

Horse of the woods

Birds 22 Jul 2014 by Steve Hatch
This was taken during my last visit to Scotland and it was a real  privilege to just see never mind photograph this fabulous bird  
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Blackbird

Blackbird

Birds 22 Jul 2014 by AlanS
Not too much happening at Blashford Lakes but I did manage to get this shot of, I think, a juvenile Blackbird rather than a female Blackbird.
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Puffin

Puffin

Birds 20 Jul 2014 by Steve Hatch
Gave the Kingfishers a miss today and spent a very enjoyable day on Skomer photographing these beauties  
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Mandarin update

Mandarin update

Birds 20 Jul 2014 by chwego
Not good news Im afraid, have been back to the pond over the past two weekends and all I have seen with regards to the Mandarins is this little chap all on his lonesome. No sign of mother or the other chicks, and I ve no idea whats happen to them. On the plus side this chap does seem to be coping...
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More Emperor Dragonflies

More Emperor Dragonflies

Insects and Spiders 20 Jul 2014 by chwego
Sorry had to post these up from today, I never realised that Damselflies mobbed Dragonflies. Not sure if they were trying to mate or chase her off.
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