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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.
Wild red fox at Greenwich Park. We were so lucky yesterday. This handsome chap came so close to eat the squirrels peanuts! Who knew foxes liked nuts! A very magical moment.
Grass River Natural Area, Antrim County, Michigan.
Texture by Sterling Silverr.
Sprawling views of the San Fransisco Bay Wildlife Refuge area near Newark, California.
A fence separating areas for different species of wildlife at a freerange native animal zoo.
I spent a lovely day at Cleland Conservation Park today with some young friends.
Can you spot the wildlife in our garden . We always have something to watch . Squirrels, birds , Hedgehogs or even the passing the neighbourhood cats . Then of course there's me !!!
(Taken through the window. )
The Seney Wildlife Refuge in the UP of Michigan offers refuge to more than birds. People who need solitude, rest, and God's creative voice can find much at there. And it's free! October 12, 2011.
At over 33,000 acres in size, Horicon Marsh is one of the largest freshwater marshes in the United States. The marsh provides habitat for endangered species and is a critical rest stop for thousands of migrating ducks and Canada geese. It is recognized as a Wetland of International Importance, as both Globally and State Important Bird Areas and is also a unit of the Ice Age Scientific Reserve.
Fellow member of the Flickr Bird Brigade
Activists for birds and wildlife
A wildlife blind which opens onto the Wakarusa Wetlands.
I found these guys in a threesome this afternoon.. i couldn´t resist!!
Taken at Gray Lodge Wildlife Area near Live Oak.
If you think box turtles move along slowly you're wrong! Great camoflauge!
shot from sony dscT77 by my wife as my eos10d refused to work today....down with shutter flu...huhuhu