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11-17-2017, 01:47 PM - 5 Likes   #6196
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K 3 + Smc Pentax D FA 100 mm macro

one of the prettiest ducks I see

the male Wood Duck in mating plumage

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a free flying visitor in the pond at the Topeka Zoo and Conservation Center
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Wish I could be free flying.
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Kudu, from my current trip to Addo Elephant National Park


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Snowy Owl, We have a snowy owl visiting, only a few miles away, I've driven over an hour away to see the three others that I have seen before. So, I've been out there 5 or 6 times in the last two days and the owl hasn't moved out of this brush pile on private property, so this is the best photo I've been able to get.
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Keeping an eye on me

A backyard bunny keeping his eyes and ears on me (about 100' away)

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Whitetail deer. This individual was a little she. Others in this area are more bold because hunting has been prohibited here for about 80 years, although a few hunters still sneak in.
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QuoteOriginally posted by noelcmn Quote
Black Oystercatchers
Our Sooty Oystercatchers look very similar. They are endemic to Australia. It's always a joy to hear their piping sound in flight.





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Very interesting Des, wouldn't surprise me if they are the same actually! Still, a couple of thousand km separate them.
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Very interesting Des, wouldn't surprise me if they are the same actually!
Unless a few of our Aussie ones are on holiday, probably not! Sooty oystercatcher - Wikipedia v African oystercatcher - Wikipedia
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Anhinga (AKA snake bird or water turkey)
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even with all coloration removed

it is easy to spot the

" odd duck "
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