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Red Deer (Cervus elaphus) - Stag

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N 3 B 55 C 3 E Sep 21, 2019 F Sep 22, 2019
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Did you know?

Phalaropes are birds where the roles and plumages in the sexes are reversed. For example, the females are the ones that are more colourful, brighter and they will display and fight for a male mate. The duller looking males will incubate the eggs layed by the female and will look after the young on his own whilst the females will go off and find another male to mate with.

Eventually, some females will lay a clutch to raise themselves once they have got all the available males occupied.

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The name “Grosbeak” is from the French word grosbec and means “large beak.

If you like this and some of my other images, I invite you to take a look at my wildlife/birding blog, which I try to update every few days. ... grenfell.weebly.com and my web page at www.tekfx.ca

I appreciate your feedback and comments! so feel free to contact me for any reason. I can be reached at billm@tekfx.ca or on Flickrmail

All images are copyright. Please don't use this, or any other of my, images, on websites, blogs or any other media without my explicit written permission © All rights reserved

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A Water Rail sailing by.

Many thanks to all who take the time to view, comment or fave my images.

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