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dave stewart Jul 6
These two spent 15 minutes trying to find a decent haul out spot, hugging the far bank. Lovely start to the week.
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Claudia Lacroix 4h
A family of bunnies decided to move into one of my planter boxes. never ceases to amaze me πŸ₯ΊπŸ‡
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Dennis Newsham 12h
An Osprey Family at Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge. Enjoying a hot summer day in New York City. Just wondering what they are thinking ? Their expressions are priceless
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Michael Thomas Bogan Jul 3
Thirsty javelina settling in for a siesta along the effluent-dependent Santa Cruz River
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Pip πŸπŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ 8h
Loved this encounter with a Buzzard by the steelworks and industrial estates πŸ™
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Sciuridaely 🐿 Jul 6
and seem to be coinciding a lot lately . . . πŸ‡πŸΏοΈ
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Mick Jul 6
Rat safely trapped and awaiting the journey to its new home down amongst the undergrowth alongside our local canal.
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dave stewart Jul 6
Always a thrill to see ripples on this stretch of river as it only means one thing. These two were mercury in the water, in such close formation.
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Golden Bough Wildlife, Inc Jul 5
β™₯οΈπŸ‡We had the unique privilege to meet Delilah, beloved special needs domestic rabbit out for a walk through the Gardens. Reason 106, be mindful, leash dogs when in public. , , , ,, ,
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Wildlife Trust Birmingham & Black Country Jul 4
Here's telling us what swifts do at night from our Spotlight on event
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Jacqueline L. Scott, Black Outdoors Jul 5
I watched a turkey vulture glide on elegant wings as the pigeons flapped away in a panic. This is from my apartment balcony.
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Providence Raptors Jul 5
Impressive urban camouflage on this rusty female American Kestrel fledgling
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Providence Raptors Jul 4
A curious little male American Kestrel fledgling in Providence, August 2016
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WildCatWilderness Jul 6
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Padmapani Perez 13h
7 July 2020 bird sighting: Bato-bato waited until I was almost within touching distance before it flew away. When zebra doves take flight, their wings make soft, whirring sounds. Geopelia striata.
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Pawan Sharma Jul 2
Raising orphan wildlife is a tough task which is worth doing when the end results are out , one batch ready for release
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Purva Kulkarni, PhD πŸ’‰βš–οΈπŸ‘©β€πŸ’»πŸ‘©β€πŸŽ¨ Jul 2
An Indian palm squirrel family inhabits our mango trees. And, every morning I get to see them having their meal 🐿
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Wildlife Trust Birmingham & Black Country Jul 2
During our spotlight on last week we asked what impact connecting with nature had on him during lockdown...
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Jim Hume πŸ¦‹πŸŒβ˜•οΈ Jul 1
Female Willow Emerald Damselfly resting in our garden. Didn't have time to grab the camera, so these are
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Words 🦊 #StayHomeSaveLives Jul 2
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