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Danielle Spencer Apr 15
Beach day.🌊Check me out on Facebook for more pictures.😌
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Marco Lambertini Apr 13
Swallows like this one & billions of other migratory are returning to the northern breeding grounds. Epic journeys made possible by incredible navigation skills. And soon it’s getting nesting time.. needing another type of skill, also amazing!
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Smartest Idiot in the Room Apr 11
Just you're classic score from 2nd on a wild pitch.
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Ricky Banks Apr 16
Da eagles land 23/04/19 💥🦅
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Wildlife Journeys Ltd Apr 15
If you really love of East Africa, consider using Wildlife Journeys Ltd. Experience Bird Guides are with us and ready to give you all the best. Contacts us if you’re planing your birding safari to East Africa on info@wildlifejourneysltd.com Open for a better view
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Max The Moluccan Apr 13
Oooh! Eggies onna Half Shell for beakfast! Sooo tasty. This is the life!
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T.L. Roberts Apr 12
A solitary Willet (Tringa semipalmata) in breeding plumage, one the largest variety of the family of . .
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Serena Vachon - Photography 19h
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Jim Pottkotter Apr 12
This Hermit Thrush was a pleasant surprise as he came out of the dense brush and foraged not far from me. Except for the click of the camera, I stayed silent and still, observing a variety of behaviors, all the while struck by the gentle disposition of this woodland bird.
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David C. Simon Apr 16
Meet Kermie (L, female) and Chip (R, male). Australian Magpies have a nasty reputation, but these two are nothing but friendly and charming (as long as you're not a Currawong).
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Anji Apr 12
Spotted this Song Thrush digging about in the undergrowth, it just paused long enough for me to get this shot.
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amateuraspect 12m
Found a young blackbird on the floor of the woods today.
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Martin Roper Apr 18
Common Buzzard valley of the Little Don, Dark Peak
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Jeanette JOY Fisher ☮️ Apr 18
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Jeanette JOY Fisher ☮️ Apr 18
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Jim Pottkotter Apr 11
The Verdin is a new bird for me and I was excited to find this one gleaning insects in a mix of cane and tall grasses. It's puffed out a bit making it one of the cutest little fuzzballs I've ever seen. I love its sweet yellow face and distinctive chestnut shoulder patches.
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Brian Wagner Apr 14
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Char ☀ Nature Photo Apr 17
NATURE IN THE CITY Wishing you all a beautiful Thursday and beyond!! 🌾🌾🚴‍♀️✨🕊✨🚴‍♂️🌾🌾
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Maranda Mink Apr 17
Hooded Warbler taken in the early morning. This is the male.
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🌎Animal Watch🌍 Apr 18
The number of curlews in Wales has dropped by 80% since 1990 with farming practices partly to blame, a charity has said.
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