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I was just heading out to do some food shopping this morning when I heard some goldfinches singing nearby – their bubbling twitter is so unmistakeable. Looking…

During my stroll at Hatfield Forest yesterday I noticed a swallows nest in the fishermen’s shelter. The adult birds seemed completely at ease, flying in and out…

the wildlife this morning on my porch.. i'm sparing you the pile of feathers Bullseye left on the doormat.. with him around, there isn't a squirrel that dares…

Not much in the way of wildlife on my little acre except the insect world. Occasionally I have squirrels, rabbits, and did see a raccoon and a deer once! Of…

An early morning stroll to see what I could see was one of the first things that I did after the coffee of course. It was a Bluebird kind of morning . A…

This fox reminds me of Kenny's (Popparatzee) horse because it is also made of rusted bicycle parts. Unfortunately I have yet to be able to capture "real"…

This little prairie dog from ZooAmerica is a rodent known to the Great Plains. It burrows in the ground and makes a squeaking noise as a call.

I had the opportunity to watch a mother and her young fawn graze the other day. I did not get any good photos of the fawn because the grass was taller than she…

I found these two grazing on some lush grass at the refuge after a heavy summer thunderstorm. I was able to capture the moment when they both picked their head…

I took another stroll before breakfast today, once again armed with my macro lens. On a flower head in the walled garden I found a bee, starting the day in a…

I was awake early this morning, so I took a brief stroll around the walled gardens before breakfast. I went armed with my macro lens, in search of insects to…

Okay, so there's a term for when dolphins swim in front of ships. It's called "bow riding". Not sure why they do it but my guess is that they do it just for…
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