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Paul Seligman 3h
Replying to @Nigelstewart76
Actually doing quite a good job and not seeming particularly bothered. Clearly those big webbed feet are good for more than just paddling. And, like all birds, ducks can regulate heat flow to and from the feet.
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Wetland Bird Survey 15h
It's the WeBS count this weekend! January counts form part of the International Waterbird Census. If you don't have a site to count, why not check if there's a vacant site in need of a counter you could take on?
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Paul Seligman 9h
Cheshire photographer Alan R. Bailey perfectly captures the moment a Grey Heron discovers that it's tricky to balance on a rolling log. . See more of Alan's Fine Facebook Photos at
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Paul Seligman 14h
Arctic Fox and Snowy Owl filmed 'dancing' around each other | Focusing on Wildlife
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Mark Avery 17h
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Country diary by : Pink-footed Geese sing the wind’s own song | | The Guardian
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Paul Seligman 17h
Replying to @robjwill87
So that's Sophia Gardens and not Bute Park... But as birds in general constantly criss-cross the Taff, presumably either side could reward a good search. Not that I am able to devote any time to birding at present, unfortunately.
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Paul Seligman Jan 15
Desmond Loughery's striking image of a Red Fox guarding the Rabbit it has brought to the den is my . . Shared with permission.
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Paul Seligman Jan 15
LISTEN to The Secret Life of , from 's . Good from and Prof. Tom Birkhead, joined by plus regulars and
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Paul Seligman Jan 15
We loved every minute of 'Jane', the docufilm based on recovered footage of Dr Jane Goodall's early years with the Gombe troop of in Tanzania. Recommended.
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Paul Seligman Jan 15
Replying to @4Vultures
Thanks, shared
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Paul Seligman Jan 15
Why vultures mostly stay on the Spanish side of the Spain-Portugal border - fascinating research
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Paul Seligman Jan 15
A well-written article and welcome publicity for  in the - but don't you just hate idiotic headlines like this? Few, if any, participants in this exercise will regarded themselves as "Twitchers".
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Paul Seligman Jan 15
Replying to @4Vultures
Can you post a link to the paper , no time to search your Web site...
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Peter Christian Jan 14
Shelduck at Langness
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Peter alan coe Jan 14
Fantastic performance from the Short Eared Owls on Portland this afternoon. At least six birds finding plenty to eat.
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Paul Seligman Jan 15
Why world's largest flying bird is on verge of in - and why is implicated | Business Standard News
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Yoav Perlman Jan 14
Back from the ashes: African White-backed Vulture near Trujillo, Extremadura, Spain, 17/5/17. Full details in my blog:
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Paul Seligman Jan 14
Snowy Owl faces frosty future: classed as Vulnerable for the first time – Focusing on Wildlife
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The Afternoon Birder Jan 13
Common Redpoll enjoying a quiet moment. A few moments after I took this photograph, a Merlin swooped out of nowhere and tried to catch it!The sound of a falcon whoosh past your ear is something you don’t forget. It wasn’t successful, but my heart is racing just remembering!
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