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Masai Giraffe, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania




Serengeti cheetahs



rare to see a hippo roll over, Ngorogoro Crater, Tanzania




lion in a tree, Terengire National Park, Tanzania



little ele, Terengire National Park, Tanzania




warthog backing into the den for the night, Amboseli National Park, Kenya

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^ Again Jimby, your Africa shots were incredible!

Not quite as exciting:
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Bird & 2 racoons at Lost Lagoon, Stanley Park, Vancouver

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Superb shots Bulliver, amazing colours.

This one isn't up to the standard of the rest of this thread, but I thought I'd use this as an excuse to stop the thread falling off the bottom of the page:

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Iguanas are some of the coolest looking critters.
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Wow these are all great pictures. Some of them are really perfect. I wish that I would be such a good photographer but unfortunately I am not that good. I really enjoyed watching the pics.
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Canada geese flying south for March

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Taken with an Apple iPhone 3GS using Hipstamatic. Click the photo or here to go to Flickr for to make big.
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Canada geese flying south for March

Those are some confused geese.
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nature shots from Israel




baby tortoise we found wandering in a garden



At the Hula Nature Reserve in northern Israel (which used to be a swamp, now drained for agriculture, which they now realize was an ecological mistake) they guesstimate a billion birds use the narrow Israeli flyway between the Mediterranean Sea and the Syrian desert to migrate between Europe, Asia and Africa.
We saw them catching birds in netting to record and band them.

This little birdie was in the process of being banded and sacrificed a few seconds of freedom to be photographed.



a bee eater showing its irridescent wing feathers



catch a bee eater and flip it on its back, and it just lies there, seemingly not with any distress

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