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06-01-2019, 04:24 PM   #8791
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An imposing fella
That is a magnificent creature.

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aside from the occasional coyote or whitetail, this is as wild as it gets here:



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That is a magnificent creature.
Yep, Northern Kruger Park, for some reason, has a greater abundance of large elephant bulls.

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aside from the occasional coyote or whitetail, this is as wild as it gets here:



Great shot of that crab!

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Cool shot of that Pelican Tim

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Nest building




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I'll join you with some more nest building exercises - suitable named Thick Billed Weaver


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I'll join you with some more nest building exercises - suitable named Thick Billed Weaver
As a craftsman it puts my two to shame

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Keeping the theme going,this is from a few years back,size matters!

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Admiration from me for the multiple images of nesting birds just above. I'm short on wildlife images because of household projects. limited to snapshots taken during our morning walks.
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As a craftsman it puts my two to shame

Keeping the theme going,this is from a few years back,size matters!
Me thinks the weavers will put many a craftsman to shame

And Storks are known for their large untidy (to our eyes I suppose) nests. The Cormorants are not quiet as large, but equally untidy.



WPRESTO, we wait in anticipation Hope the project is going well.
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A few more birds from Mexico





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Whiskered Terns from Rietvlei Nature Reserve
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Bending the Branch.



A Rainbow Lorikeet testing a Grevillea Honey Gem tree.

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Hyena, peering out from beside the road
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Today at the feeder, we are used to squirrels. We've never had these guys last more than a few weeks.
I'm pretty sure the wolves or fishers get them.

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