Fritillaries and an Ibis

Two new additions to the wildlife gallery today. Firstly is a Hadeda Ibis which was photographed within the perimeter of the Skukuza rest camp inside the Kruger National Park, South Africa. Secondly is a pair of Pearl-bordered Fritillaries found in the open woodland of Cirencester, Gloucestershire.

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Owls and Lizards

A couple more additions to the wildlife gallery today. The Short-eared Owl was photographed in the Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, hunting the fields in its winter territory. The Common Green Forest Lizard was found in the Sinharaja rain forest of Sri Lanka. As with the vast majority of images in the gallery, ... Read more

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Buffaloes and Barbets

Two more additions to the wildlife gallery... firstly is a Crested Barbet on the upper slopes of the Olifants River Valley in South Africa. Staying in Africa, the Cape Buffalo pictured was one of a herd encountered slightly east of the Phalaborwa gate to the Kruger National Park. This was ... Read more