Monthly Archives: January 2013

Originally posted on ROLLING HARBOUR ABACO:
Magnificent Frigatebird SEABIRDS, SHOREBIRDS & WADERS: 30 WAYS TO DISTINGUISH THEM  I have recently been looking at hundreds of photos of birds, many with aquatic or semi-aquatic lives. These can be broadly categorised as…

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Originally posted on Birding Frontiers:
from ‘Pushing the Boundaries Tour’ Reminder: First UK-based person to get all 4 correct (and I have last say on answers ; ) Sorry the main prize part has to be UK-based as it has to…

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Originally posted on First Light Productions:
Xiongsen tiger breeding park. Xiongsen tiger park near Guilin in Hunan Province, south-east China, appears to be a depressingly typical Third World zoo, with a theme park restaurant and open areas where tigers roam.…

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Beautiful Ponies Watching Me!

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Originally posted on La Paz Group:
Yelapa, Mexico

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Originally posted on Serenity Spell:
Hikers honor World Wetlands Day in Israel in 2012; their poster announces “Ramsar day — Israel 2012,” and features a recently-discovered endemic species, the Hula Painted Frog. Courtesy Wikipedia. It’s hard not to be passionate…

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Common Gulls In Vaxholm

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Originally posted on La Paz Group:
Kerala has about 700 domesticated elephants. Of these 90 percent are tuskers (the local term for male elephants), who play a major role in religious festivals. Apart from their role in temple ritual, the…

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Today’s Bird No 2—-Nuthatcher / Nötväcka

  Text from RSPB: The nuthatch is a plump bird about the size of a great tit that resembles a small woodpecker. It is blue-grey above and whitish below, with chestnut on its sides and under its tail. It has … Continue reading

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