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shim Feb 17
The place where hot springs spring in one corner of frozen lake surface is wintering place
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Tiffany 4m
Missing the lush tropical terrain and the hummingbirds in magical St Lucia
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John Williams Feb 9
This morning I witnessed a Sparrowhawk take out a Jackdaw in mid-air,by the time I'd made it over to where they had landed the Jackdaw was on top of Sparrowhawk and giving it a proper doing,they eventually both flew off,both very lucky to do so...Isle of Bute
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Birding & Wildlife 7h
Cool Fact About The Anna's Hummingbird! Hummingbirds are strictly a New World animal. They fascinated the first Europeans who arrived on the continent. Christopher Columbus wrote about them and many wondered if they were a cross between a bird and an insect
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Sally Westwood 38m
Spotted 150 Cranes on the migration trail today flying along a mountain ridge at Bonlonia, Tarifa today. Rather distant shot.
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Tanis MacDonald 30m
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A Bird World 52m
Here's your bird of the month(Red-Headed Woodpecker) fact: this species of woodpecker is 1 of the 4 that stores food regularly. February is half way over but there are still several more facts about this beautiful still to come.
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Jami Ahmad 15h
Coppersmith Barbet. Quite rare where I live!
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shim 12m
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Burton Mere Wetlands 1h
A lot of raptor activity today even from the visitor centre, unsettling the waders and wildfowl on the main scrape. Little grebe and water rail other highlights in the reedbed for people awaiting the bearded tits.
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Canopy Family 25m
Rainforest raptors, like this Semiplumbeous Hawk, can be secretive and hide well in the forest canopy. Photo by Canopy Family guide Carlos Bethancourt.
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A. Biswas Feb 11
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Jim McKeown 2h
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🐦 Les WaringπŸ¦‰πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ 22m
One of the reasons i love ... Sat quietly minding my own business, hoping to see something?, and this decides to make appearance... πŸ™‚, Gloucestershire, 17/02/19
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belairfreshprints Feb 16
Cute little chickadee made in illustrator
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George Reed 2h
16yrs ago I waited 9 hours to see my first Great White Egret now they are a regular sighting on the levels in Somerset.
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Mary Anne Flanagan 4h
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Alan Davies 9h
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Dominique Lalonde 17h
Geai bleu sous la neige. Blue Jay under the snow.
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lesley d. biswas 18h
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