Goshawks and Crested Tits

A couple of new photos have been added to the wildlife gallery. First up is a Crested Tit photographed in the Abernethy Forest in the Cairngorms, Scotland. Secondly, a young Goshawk photographed in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, whilst it was being fitted with a satellite tag as part of an ongoing research project.

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Adders, Firecrests and Pigeons

Another few additions to the wildlife gallery this evening... The colourful Orange-breasted Green Pigeon was found in Bundala on the southern coast of Sri Lanka. The male Adder was found coiled up in the Forest of Dean and the Firecrest was found on a woodland edge in Norfolk.

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Leopards and Puffbacks

Two new additions to the gallery today. I found this male Black-backed Puffback outside one of the rest camps of the Kruger National Park. If memory serves correctly it was the Satara camp. He was in the middle of his amazing display, though I couldn't notice a female in the ... Read more

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