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Jim Pottkotter Oct 16
I usually avoid midday for birding because of the harsh light and dark shadows. I was at the end of an extended morning outing when I came across this Verdin. There was just enough light and shadow to bring out the details, so I snapped away and got this shot.
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Hamish Oct 16
☀️Good Morning Twitter Friends ☀️ Happy Wednesday everyone ☀️Beautiful image of a critically endangered Black Rhino ☀️🦏🦏
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ifaw Oct 16
Shocking news emerged today that has passed an amendment classifying 33 species—including lions, cheetahs, & rhinos—as farm animals. The decision was made in May & passed unnoticed as no public discussion or input was allowed.
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Alexander Verbeek 🌍 Oct 16
🐋 Wow! Good morning 😂 🚿 via and via IG: underwater
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Christopher Oct 13
A very rare sighting of an albino male baboon last week by Sabrina Dharsee in the Arusha National Park, Tanzania - 📷©️ Sabrina Dharsee via Baboon Matters Trust 🔆 🐵
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༻⋆≺ Martin 🏳️‍🌈 ≻⋆༺ Oct 17
🇳🇱 I love this: The Netherlands is building giant artificial islands to save wildlife. 😊
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Jim Pottkotter 8h
This Red-tailed Hawk suddenly landed near me with an Eastern Gray Squirrel. I was at first in disbelief as to what had just happened. This covering behavior is typical and serves to hide his catch from other predators as well as contain it.
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Christopher Oct 18
African Soul 🔆🔆🔆 Nompethu, the female leopard, & her cub in the Manyeleti Private Game Reserve, Greater Kruger National Park, 🐆 🇿🇦 © Neil Jennings 📷 🐾 via AG /Tintswalo Safari Lodge
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Little Green Space 🐝 Oct 12
In autumn, removing decaying plants and leaves from garden ponds can help amphibians! This material produces gases which - if the pond freezes over in winter - can poison hibernating frogs. (In winter, try floating a ball on the pond to stop it fully freezing over) 🐸💦
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Nūmero Uńo ⎊ 15h
In order for mating to take place, a male rhinoceros normally kills the young one of the female they would like to mate with. Nature is full of complications.
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⭐ Ray Shrewsberry ⭐📸🎨 Oct 17
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PattuCheenu 7h
🌿WEEKEND MOOD🌿🐎🐎 It's The Weekend Time To Relax... 🌟RELAXATION 🎶AND RHYTHM 🎶🐎🐎🌿 🌿🐎🦄🎶 Block Beauty.. Beautiful and Majestic Animal🐎🐎🐎
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Eastern Coyote Association Oct 15
Why killing coyotes doesn't work: an infographic.
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Richard Oct 17
Good morning nature and wildlife lovers Here is a cute little fox for you...
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Keith Ross Oct 16
Looks like the White Squirrel is using garden plant pots to store its winter nuts!
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Ripley Oct 18
This is my favourite red squirrel pose, it always looks like you've caught them just coming out of the shower 😂
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Serena Vachon - Photography Oct 15
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pawprintwildlife paul Oct 14
Autumn Red before any criticisms its taken with a 500mm lens and 2x converter and sitting in the right place
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Lisa Stewart 6h
Looking out for red squirrels at the Bordie Loch - Devilla Forest
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OneLaneRoadPhotography 7h
i thought i heard leaves moving...yep, sure did! so gosh darn cute! i've put a few miles on my boots this week... and i've seen some pretty awesome stuff...like these guys 🐻 October 18, 2019 Great Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee
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