Storks, Dippers and Long-eared Owls

Today’s updates to the gallery: First up is juvenile White-throated Dipper, not long fledged from its nest in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. Another recent introduction to the world is the juvenile Long-eared Owl, hatched from the Cambridgeshire Fens. Finally an adult White Stork seen in flight over agricultural land in Sankt Peter-Ording in the north of Germany.

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Gannets, Snakes and Hawfinches

Three more additions to the gallery today. This pair of Northern Gannets were photographed at a breeding colony on the German archipelago of Heligoland. The Banded Cat-eyed Snake was found whilst wandering with a torch on the coast of the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica, close to the Corcovado National ... Read more

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Predators and Scavengers

Two new images have been added to the gallery this evening. The Martial Eagle was spotted by my girlfriend as I was driving us along a dirt track which ran adjacent to one of the tributaries of the Sabie River in our entirely inadequate little hire car! It had clearly ... Read more

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