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Jim Pottkotter Aug 16
This may be the best photo of the Great Crested Flycatcher I've captured so far. This bird is usually far away, high in the canopy, so this closer image is stunning, at least to me.
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Wildlife Photography Aug 11
An adorable young Ethiopian wolf pup on his first day outside the den, Bale Mountains, Ethiopia.
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Richard Bernabe Aug 14
"Glower and Glare" Brown bears at Lake Clark National Park, Alaska
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Trevor Parsons Aug 15
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lisa sardini Aug 13
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Gethsemane 4h
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Andy Howard Aug 16
It’s 6am out here in Canada and I’m just about to head out with camera in hand. Who knows what I’ll find, I couldn’t believe it when we came across a flock of feasting on flies y’day. πŸ“·πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘πŸ»
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Peter Orr Aug 16
A Male Blue-eyed Black lemur. This Madagascan species is the only primate to have blue eyes - apart from us! Sadly they are critically endangered, as the tropical forests they live in are being felled.
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Richard Bernabe 12h
"Downward Bear" Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, Alaska
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Hiren Khambhayta Aug 11
Little Stint Size Imagine the size of this beautiful Little Stint compared to mud bubbles
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Wildlife Photography Aug 10
Ethiopian wolves at the den.
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Tim Henderson 23h
Speckled Warbler on a rusty fence. Usually shy, this one was quite friendly.
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Tony Knibbs Aug 7
Turnstones, the photo was taken while on holiday in Norfolk last week
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Wildlife Photography Aug 12
A sweet baby Mountain Gorilla photographed in Uganda.
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Jim Pottkotter Aug 7
This White-eyed Vireo landed above with no interest in me. He was apparently focused on lunch, and may have had his sights set on dessert. I had only a couple of very stressful seconds to get this straight overhead shot.
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Brent Aug 11
Usually, when I'm photographing foxes I get nothing more than a fleeting glimpse. But every now and then one will pose just perfectly for me.
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Grace Alex 23h
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Al's Wild Shots Aug 16
A Grey Heron I photographed on Mull a few weeks ago. I love to get creative with light and did well to avoid flare when shooting directly into the reflected sunlight.
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Countryman's Weekly Aug 14
Ben Dowdall shares some great footage with of a Red stag who was obviously enjoying a little snooze in the middle of the field !
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Joy Safari Bay Aug 8
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