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As soon as the common cranes were gone a grey heron occupied the field nearby. I started the next attempt to "catch a bird". Although it seemed a lot easier,…

Bird watching in the African bush does not always make for nice clean closeup photos. The bush is thick and animals skittish. Sometimes you only get a distant…

Despite of its name, this species of Myna is not the most commonly found in the city. Javan Myna on the other hand becomes a species that populated the island.

I started birdwatching way back in 1997, when I was just 14. Back then I had no internet, and resources for bird identification came from books in the library.…

Ducklings I photographed along the Manchester Bolton & Bury Canal. The mother was keeping a close eye on them as seen in the second pic.

Recently been on a trip to Scotland. After putting some bread on a table outside my log cabin I received several visitors including a robin, a robin's chick and…

I have decided to create a section which shows the animals and insects I have photographed during my travels at different locations. My camera keeps throwing…

Skomer is an island located less than a mile off the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast in South Wales, UK; Skomer is truly a wonderful place to visit for the day or…

Recently, I've been going around Singapore to bird watch with my partner. We got ourselves immersed into the world of wings and feathers. Doing photography with…

This little birdy is commonly found in South-East Asia. It is well-known for it's metallic pitch call and flying in groups, searching for fruits. The Asian…
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