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I've always been a big fan of birds in the garden and over the years in this house, we've seen some great visitors but, a regular and not always a favourite for…

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I just never seem to find the time ... I make the shots, I edit the shots, I save the shots ..... This, from February this year, I couldn't resist :)

Some days when I go out for wildlife photography, everything runs or flies away from me and I feel like an intruder, but then there are days when whatever…

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We have a tree that was struck by lightning in our backyard and we just left a section of it for the wildlife. Recently my daughter looked out and said I think…

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