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(c) Richard Roscoe Photography, 2009
We usually see sheep in the fields around Berkhamsted ... these don't look like regular sheep to me.
FOR "cfcimba" (Flickr member) .
THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR VISITS , COMMENTS , FAVES AND INVITATIONS ...
Thanks in advance for your visits and faves. Your comments and feedback are greatly appreciated. I usually reply to questions only. I believe the best way to say thank you is to post more pictures. Cheers!
Thanks in advance for your visits and faves. Your comments and feedback are greatly appreciated. The best way to say thank you from me is to post more pictures.
It was a misty morning and our first day at Grand Teton. We were eager to see some wildlife.
With various medical and hospital appointments with my daughter I've not been out too much, but I am able to update you with the Wildlife Cafe. This is our fox with mange and you can see she has had her cubs and is feeding. She is still active, eating well and her limp has gone. We don't think her mange is any worse, and the scabbing on her flanks seems better, but we are starting a second course of treatment tonight, now that we have received some from the National Fox Welfare Society (nfws.org.uk). This was our vixen yesterday afternoon when she came in to clean up some fruit the birds had left. The shot is taken through the double glazing kitchen window.
Thanks for all the good wishes and I will keep you updated on her progress.
Sprawling views of the San Fransisco Bay Wildlife Refuge area near Newark, California.
Per dominare la natura, prima dobbiamo imparare ad obbedirle.
GUGLIELMO DA BASKERVILLE
Grass River Natural Area, Antrim County, Michigan.
Texture by Sterling Silverr.
Heading home in the afternoon light on Lake Coeur D' Alene.
Seymour Island, Galapagos, Pacific Ocean, August 2016