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N 2 B 6 C 2 E Jan 20, 2021 F Jan 20, 2021
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'remote game camera'.....whitetail does will gather back into their female family groups once rut is over for the winter only to start separating once they start fawning in the spring....

N 36 B 211 C 14 E Jan 28, 2017 F Jan 20, 2021
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Long Tailed Duck - Clangula Hyemalis

Seen here feeding on Lampreys

Diving duck that favors
Saltwater in winter and Arctic tundra pools in summer. Males are distinctive with black, white, gray, and brown patterns and long pointed tail. Male plumage changes dramatically from winter to summer. Females and immature males are brownish overall with whiter face and large dark cheek patch. Dives frequently to feed mainly on invertebrates.

Tags:   Long Tailed Duck Ducks Duck Sea Duck Saltwater Saltmarsh Sea Birds Seashore Sea Winter Migrant Winter Vagrant Avian Animal Animals Wildlife. Wildbirds Wetlands Water-Birds Waterways Wildlife Photography Birds. Bird Bird Photography Estuaries Estuary Countryside Coastal Birds Coastline Coast Lakes Ponds Nature Nature Photography Nikon Ornithology

N 14 B 87 C 3 E Jan 23, 2019 F Jan 19, 2021
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RKO_8515. Black-maned Kgalagadi lion! Nature at its best.....

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Tags:   black-maned lion leeuw lion South-Africa Zuid- Afrika (C) Robert Kok Panthera Leo

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(Passer rufocinctus) B28I8224 Sweet Water - Ol Pejeta Conservancy - Kenya

N 36 B 184 C 7 E Dec 19, 2020 F Jan 19, 2021
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This snowy owl must of heard something moving under the snow. It hovered up in the air a bit and then came pouncing down.

Tags:   snowy owl owl bird wildlife nature snow wings outdoors


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