Note it is sitting on a mallow ( potential host plant ) .
with Anisotome aromatica and Gaultheria parvula
Two deer were on my road around noon on november 23rd. They were both young and were there for about an hour if not longer, from the time I left my house, to the time I came home.
Yesterday was a thrill to see a few of these lifers up near Butte City, CA. Today, I think I saw...thousands? Flying over the car every few minutes in cacophonous v-formation.
Little shag chicks in a large colony of pied and little shags with chicks of varying ages at Harts Creek, Lake Ellesmere.
La foto fue tomada el día domindo habia mucho sol t pocas nubes. Fue como a las 12
La planta se esta marchitndo. En la foto se puede observar como los petalos ya estan a punto de caerse.
Pied shag chicks in the nest in a large colony of pied and little shags with chicks of all ages at harts Creek, Lake Ellesmere
Doug crawled the car incredibly close to this one for a series of cool shots...
Cada vez hay más sabilas, no se si sea el clima, pero al proncipio habian 3 y ahora hay como 10
A mixed age flock of some100 royal spoonbill at Harts Creek with all of the adults in breeding plumage was a spectacular site. I was privileged to observe these birds very close-up thanks to them being extremely tolerant of a me in camouflage clothing in a camouflage-coloured kayak. these birds seem far less worried about water-borne approaches than land approaches and, indeed, walked closer to me until I was eventually surrounded by feeding, quarrelling, displaying birds. Their social vocalisations were remarkably like the low pitched long-drawn-out throaty chortle that happy hens make when communing with other members of their flock, whereas their dispute calls to each other were more heron like - a harsher croak.
The date and small size eliminates Woodland Skipper .
with Myrsine nummularia, Chionochloa hybrid, Dracophyllum uniflorum and Celmisia spectabilis
Fue un día excesivamente soleado, con poco viento. La for fue tomada alrededor de la 12 de la mañana
Black bean flowering prolifically
While photographing Sandhills in a field, I mentioned to Donna the flock of small birds on the ground below: Horned Larks. Unique movements. This is the male...
with Coprosma pseudocuneata (or is it C fowerakeri?) and Celmisia spectabilis