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SiaM_FoX🔞 Nov 21
New OC Ms.Windy Photograph by me
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Kelly Flanagan Wildlife Photos 13h
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Chirp Birding 23h
For those of you entering the winter season, do you have your winter feathers ready? Bearded Parrotbill Panurus biarmicus is ready to weather the cold. 📷 Jiri Fejkl 📍Liberac, Czech Republic
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Gary Ladner Nov 22
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Kelly Flanagan Wildlife Photos Nov 23
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Lou Ryan 19h
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Rafael Gonzales Nov 23
The Prince's Sword. I did a 3D model based on tea concept. 🧡
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PattuCheenu Nov 23
💕True Love Is Born From Understanding lovely Friends Have A Great Filled With ℒℴѴℯ, Peace BLESSINGS Take Care, God Bless, ℒℴѵℯ You All💕 🌿🦜💕🦜🌿
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J.R. Alcyone Nov 21
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paul hayes Nov 23
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SMY ENTERTAINMENT 19h
미경(MIK-YEONG) 2nd Mini Album 'FREE MYSELF' Album Cover "Hidden from everyone else, Fly away to my old dream"
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Gary Ladner Nov 23
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Jordan Nature Photography Nov 17
Always great to spot this Fantastic little bird even on a dull day like today ☁️ 😍 Eurasian Treecreeper 🌳🐦
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Lou Ryan Nov 21
l have had a cracking few hours in the garden this morning the weather been good and the garden was a live
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Lilo The Ninfus Nov 22
Human!! Up please ☝️🐥😊
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Ruth Breen Nov 17
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J.R. Alcyone Nov 23
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Gary Ladner Nov 20
When the you are watching fly from bank to bank over a wide river suddenly decides to land in a tree 10 feet over your head.
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To Really Love Pets 42m
Bird's Plastic Cage Container
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Joel Sartore Nov 18
With its vibrant coloration, the black and red broadbill is impossible for onlookers to miss. Always found near water, this species prefers to live in moist, tropical forests where they can feed on insects, mollusks, crabs, and small fish.
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